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October 18th, 2013
GIS Day 2013: Celebrate in Brisbane

This GIS Day, Australia’s largest geospatial display will be held at the Riverside Centre in Brisbane. Running from 9am to 5pm, this FREE event will showcase the innovative and stunning uses of GIS technology in Queensland.

With interactive maps from Queensland Government to play with, Brisbane’s Virtual 3D model, gadgets such as unmanned drones and vehicle tracking systems, and technical experts to demonstrate how maps today are made, this event has something for everyone.

Members of the public, schools, local and state government, and private sector companies will all be in attendance to celebrate the fascinating and useful world of GIS. So come along and see what’s happening, and how you too can utilise these technologies in your own world.

There will be competitions, free activities and free giveaways throughout the day!

The event is also supporting Doctors Without Borders, so drop in and help this charity make a difference.

Main event details
Date: 20th November 2013
Time: 9am-5pm
Location: Riverside Centre, 123 Eagle Street, Brisbane CBD
Entry price: FREE

Brisbane-based company GIS People is organising the event. For more information, please see www.gisday.com.au or contact info@gispeople.com.au.