Marine Data Management and GIS Workshop 2019: Trust in Data?

Date26 November 2019
HostOceanWise Ltd
Venue11 Mandeville Place, W1U 3AJ

Trustworthy, reliable, accurate and up-to-date data is critical to inform decision-making for operations, policy and business managers. But in a world where data volumes and availability are increasing exponentially day by day, what can we do to ensure the veracity and integrity of the data we use?

OceanWise have been running their popular free annual workshops for the last five years with the aim to provide a forum for topical presentations and networking and often to kick start important discussions around marine data developments, technological advancements and GIS implementation. The workshops are fully funded by OceanWise who run them as a free service to anyone working in, or with an interest in, marine data and marine GIS.  

This year's workshop will include talks on: Open Data, Data crime protection, the blurred lines between GIS and BI, Data Quality, port emissions and data at depth

The full programme, speakers, further event details and registration are avaiable at 

Hear from industry experts, network, share your experiences and take part in the debates.

This event is free to attend but is limited to 80 delegates. Please register now to avoid disappointment. Student places will be limited and will be issued on a first come first serve basis.

For all queries please contact or call +44 (0)1420 768262.  

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