Call for speakers for the Locate22 conference

By on 27 October, 2021

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Organisers of the Locate22 national conference have issued a call for speakers and abstracts for the event, which will be held in Canberra in May 2022.

Locate22 will return to a face-to-face format (COVID restrictions permitting) from 24 to 26 May, along with a one-day program of local site tours on 23 May.

The format will see a welcome return to presenters attending the conference in-person and making their presentations live.

Those presenters will include world-renowned keynote speakers and industry experts, all of whom will explore the theme of ‘Location in action: Positioning the nation for a brighter future’.

The program will feature a range of activities and interactions, with something to suit all attendees:

  • Keynote presentations
  • Themed breakout sessions
  • Workshops
  • Panel discussions
  • Presentation of the Asia Pacific Spatial Excellence Awards
  • Local site visits
  • Breakfast sessions
  • Technology talks
  • The Locate Hub
  • Young Professional and Early Career Researcher Symposium

Submissions are now open for oral and other presentations, with the deadline being 5:00pm AEDT, Monday 31 January 2022.

Spatial Source, Position magazine and Interpoint Events are proud to be media partners of Locate 22.

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