Case studies from the City of Boston, Ordnance Survey and Others
Is your geospatial data outdated or obsolete? Is your data unreliable or inaccurate? Is poor data quality impacting your business? If you answered yes to any of these questions, your data needs to be streamlined, which requires cleaning, updating and improving. Governments as well as energy and mining companies that have redundant or poor quality data are realizing this could be stifling their competitiveness.
Join us to learn about how Infotech has helped government organizations like the City of Boston and the Ordnance Survey, as well as private companies, deal with their data challenges.
Today there is an increasing desire for “high quality” data to make more effective business decisions. In this webinar, the Infotech team will discuss some of the projects in which we are involved to improve data, enhance quality assurance processes, and manage data effectively – with clients in mining, energy and government.
Our panel of experts includes:
Together, they will show how we have and are continuing to help other government, mining, and energy companies improve their data efficiently by providing the best practices for data quality and managing critical business information.
Who should attend:
CEO, directors, managers, decision makers and technical personnel within the mining, energy and government industries
At the Creating the Policy and Legal Framework for a Location-enabled Society conference in Boston, Kirk Goldsberry, who is a Visiting Scholar at the Center for Geographic Analysis at Harvard, gave a fascinatng presentation with the help of two of his students on the topic of personal geographic data and privacy. Geoff Zeiss provides a recap.