The Cambridge Conference 2017

Mapping Nations: The Next Decade

Keble College, Oxford, Great Britain

2–6 July 2017

The Cambridge Conference 2017 will examine some of the greatest challenges we face as a transnational community. Economic, social, technical – perhaps even philosophical.

We will consider how National Mapping Agencies must adapt to face those challenges in the next decade, and how as a result we can make a more influential contribution to communities all around the world.

About the conference

Cambridge Conference is an international meeting of Chief Executives from National Mapping Agencies around the world.
The Conference language is English.

Frequently asked questions about the event

International Advisory Panel

An international advisory panel was formed to help us develop the right balance of speakers. It includes:

Dr Derek Clarke, Head of the National Mapping Organisation in South Africa

Winston Donovan, Chief Surveyor, British Virgin Islands

Bengt Kjellson, Director General & Chief Executive of Lantmäteriet

Li Pengde, Deputy Director General - National Administration of Surveying, Mapping and Geoinformation of China

Programme 2–6 July 2017

Venue - Keble College, Oxford, UK


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