Free annual Workshops for anyone involved in, or with an interest in, Marine Data or Marine GIS
We run free-to-attend Workshops every year for the benefit of our customers, partners as well as anyone with an interest in Marine Data or Marine GIS.
These events provide a forum for topical presentations and networking and often kick start important discussions around marine data developments, technological advancements and GIS implementation.
To view the event details and registration for our next Workshop, then please visit our event page.
When is the next Workshop?
Our next Workshop will be held on the 24th of November 2020 and is entitled ‘The Future of Marine Data’. We are busy planning the speaker programme so watch this space for updates. Please also visit our event page for the latest news. For updates and to get notified when registration opens – sign up to our newsletter (and opt in for events). You can find presentations from both our 2019 workshops (and previous years) at the bottom of this page.
Hear from industry experts on key developments relating to Marine Data, Geospatial Data and GIS
Gain clarity around the latest innovations, technologies and initiatives
Learn how GIS can successfully deliver savings in time, effort and money for you and your stakeholders
Discuss challenges you face in your data management or GIS experience
Understand why data is not only a tool for transparency but is an engine for efficiency and growth
Appreciate why data is an asset rather than a liability!
Share your experiences with peers, academic experts, practitioners and management from within the geospatial and other sectors
MEDIN Marine Data Workshop
As a proud sponsor of MEDIN (Marine Environmental Data and Information Network) we also recommend their Workshops which are free to attend and compliment the OceanWise Workshops and training courses. Please see the MEDIN website for more details on workshop content, dates and locations for their upcoming series of Workshops.
View presentations from previous OceanWise Workshops: