#ThePowerOfPlace Webinar Series: A Sustainable Future with Location Intelligence

Join us to explore the role that geospatial intelligence plays in supporting the delivery of positive change.

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11.00 - 12.00



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We are on the edge of a geospatial transformation. What started as a simple data set is now becoming a powerful geospatial knowledge infrastructure, integrating data from a plethora of other sources. These rich new insights translate into better decision-making, catalysing new products and services across all industries. It also has the potential to add billions to our economy, boost the quality of life among our communities, and help protect our planet.

Webinar recording is now available


To explore the challenges and opportunities presented by geospatial intelligence, KTN and Ordnance Survey have collaborated on ‘The Power of Place – A Sustainable Future with Geospatial Insights’, a thought leadership publication that explores the changing landscape of location intelligence and what it means for business as usual.

In support of the launch, KTN is running a series of four webinars; in this third session, we reflect on the role that geospatial intelligence plays in supporting the delivery of positive change. From addressing global challenges to delivering a new framework for responsible investment, we showcase how geospatial is at the heart of building a digital ecosystem for planet Earth.

This event will be particularly relevant for policy and decision makers, as well as innovation leads working in the Infrastructure, Transport, Maritime, Finance and Sustainability sectors.

Dates and speakers for the following sessions will be announced in the weeks to come:

  • Geospatial is Transforming Our World

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