9 November: How Google Maps Changed the World

BrisScience November

With over 1 billion active users, Google Maps  has changed the way we view and interact with our world forever.

Join our expert panel to discuss some of these obvious – and the not so obvious – change to our everyday lives.

When Monday 9 November
Time 6:30pm to 7:30pm
Venue The Edge, State Library of Queensland, South Brisbane
Arrangements Doors open at 6pm
Refreshments Light refreshments will be provided following the presentation
RSVP This is a free event. Please register to secure your seat

Meet the Panel

Alex Geer 2Alexandra Geer is a Senior Consultant at ESRI Austraila. With more than a decade of experience, Alex has held technical and project management roles across a broad range of projects in countries including the UK, Australia, Asia Pacific and Africa

Chris IslesChris Isles is Place Design Group’s National Planning Director and PIA Australian Planner of the Year, pioneering work on the feasibility and commercial testing of planning schemes and planning policy, in areas such as technology in planning, and the future of cities.

Dr Peter Scarth

Dr Peter Scarth is a Research Scientist at the Queensland Department of Science, Information Technology and Innovation and The University of Queensland who works to democratise spatial data access and use.

Thomas Sigler

Dr Thomas Sigler is a Lecturer in Human Geography within the School of Geography, Planning and Environmental Management at The University of Queensland, with expertise in cities, economies, and globalisation.


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