The state of the map

The state of the map

Today’s technologies allow people to use geospatial information in a variety of ways. This talk will explore ways data trapped in paper maps are being transformed into actionable information, how satellite imagery is being used to affect health outcomes, and how historical maps interact with imagery to compare the past with the future.

Wednesday
5 February 2020 6pm to 7pm

Price

General Admission: Free
State Library Friends Members: Free

Location

Metcalfe Auditorium, Ground Floor
Macquarie Building
Sydney NSW 2000
Australia

 

The state of the map

With Julie Sweetkind-singer

Today’s technologies allow people to use geospatial information in a variety of ways. This talk will explore ways data trapped in paper maps are being transformed into actionable information, how satellite imagery is being used to affect health outcomes, and how historical maps interact with imagery to compare the past with the future.

Julie is presenting this lecture in her role as a faculty member of the 2020 Sydney Summer Rare Book School.

 


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