The Cambridge Conference 2020

Royal Holloway University, London, Great Britain

20–24 July 2020

Guest speakers

The Cambridge Conference 2020 will examine the economic, societal and citizen benefits of quality geospatial information, and consider its role in creating a more sustainable world for all.

We'll look at sharing the Digital Economy; Attaining Sustainable Development; Building Smart Societies and Growing International Cooperation.

About the conference

The Cambridge Conference brings together chief executives and senior leaders from national mapping, geospatial and cadastral organisations around the world.

In 2020 it also incorporates a high-level forum with The United Nations Committee of Experts on Global Geospatial Information Management (UN-GGIM).

Sunday 19 April (1600-2000) Arrivals and registration

Monday 20 April UN-GGIM High-Level Forum Day 1

Tuesday 21 April UN-GGIM High-Level Forum Day 2

Wednesday 22 April Combined day – High-Level Forum Day 3 and Cambridge Conference Day 1

Thursday 23 April Cambridge Conference Day 2

Friday 24 April Cambridge Conference Day 3

If you haven’t received your invitation and would like to attend, please email Event Director, John Kedar. 

Programme 2020

Conference Objective
Building on the success of previous conferences, The Cambridge Conference 2020 will examine the drivers that face the world over the next decades and enable leaders to consider how national spatial data infrastructures and National Mapping and Geospatial Agencies (NMGA) will have to adapt to contribute fully to our changing societies.

Speakers
Speakers are leaders in their field, from government, academia and industry.  The selection of speakers has been set to meet the subject matter that the Cambridge Conference Advisory Panel is keen to cover.  Some speakers are listed as ‘invited’ – if they become unavailable or unable to attend, then speakers covering similar subjects will be invited.

Networking
The programme is designed to maximise the opportunity to engage with colleagues both during the day and the customary wide-ranging social programme that introduces us to some of Oxford’s great treasures.

See the programme