Ubisense Group plc (AIM:UBI), a global leader in enterprise location intelligence solutions, is pleased to announce that Ed Parsons of Google will give a keynote address at its myWorld Meetup in Denver on November 7-8, 2017.
Ed is well known as a geospatial industry thought leader and excellent conference speaker. In his role as the Geospatial Technologist of Google, he has responsibility for evangelizing Google’s mission to organize the world’s information using geography. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Open Geospatial Consortium and was co-chair of the W3C/OGC Spatial Data on the Web Working Group. He is a Visiting Professor at University College London and an Executive Fellow at the University of Aberdeen Business School. Previously, Ed was the first Chief Technology Officer in the 200-year-old history of the Ordnance Survey, the UK’s national mapping organization, and was instrumental in moving their focus from mapping to Geographical Information.
Ubisense’s enterprise geomobility platform, myWorld, is used daily by more than 20,000 engineering and operations professionals working in the communications, electric and gas industries. The annual myWorld Meetup brings together Ubisense customers to share experiences with their peers and Ubisense staff, plus get updates on the latest myWorld product developments and plans.
Peter Batty, CTO at Ubisense, said: “We are delighted to welcome Ed to this year’s myWorld Meetup and look forward to hearing his insights on geospatial industry trends. We had excellent attendee feedback on last year’s Meetup, and we’re confident that this year’s will be even better.”
To find out more or to register your attendance, please visit the 2017 registration page
myWorld enterprise platform
Unlike legacy systems with traditional centralized models, the myWorld™ platform is mobile, distributed and flexible. It’s built specifically for large scale integration with multiple geospatial and corporate business data sources.
We help you create a geo operations hub that visualizes your unique network assets, processes and IT ecosystem using our simple map-based view. Whether it’s a mobile phone or tablet used by field operations or a big screen outage board in a Network Operation Center, myWorld’s powerful insights are available to your entire team.
As the world's leading mobile geospatial software, your organization can now capture field operations information that was previously lost and make this mission-critical data accessible for rapid decision making.