Nearmap NAVIG8 is now available to watch on-demand. Open to Nearmap customers and anyone interested in location intelligence, Nearmap NAVIG8 connects you with our partners and special guests to discover how aerial technology is helping solve real world problems today, and tomorrow.
Join us virtually — with customers, partners and special guests — to discover how innovations in aerial technology are helping many around the world solve real world problems today, and in the future.
20 OCTOBER, 2021, 12:00PM (AEDT)
FEED YOUR MIND
20+ SESSIONS, 15+ SPEAKERS, 1 EVENT
What does it mean to picture the future, today? What is Nearmap doing to plan for tomorrow? Join our CEO Rob Newman, Nearmap leaders and Benjamin Grant — author, artist and influencer — as they explore these questions and kickoff Nearmap NAVIG8 at our keynote session.
Back by demand, our technical workshops are your chance to get hands-on with Nearmap. From understanding the basics of our web application, MapBrowser, to exploring the rich stack of premium content on offer, dive in with product experts and start unlocking new capabilities today.
Our world is evolving — and fast. To keep up, we need to adapt, pivot and build resilience. Tune in to one of our super sessions, which will show how leaders in industries from insurance to government are viewing the world through a new lens, and profoundly changing the way they make decisions for the future.
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|Keynote: Shaping Our World, to Help Shape the Future|
As the founder of Overview, this year’s keynote guest, Benjamin Grant, is passionate about exploring how human activity and natural forces shape our Earth through aerial imagery. His daily feature — Daily Overview — has attracted an Instagram following of more than 1 million. His first, and critically-acclaimed book, “Overview: A New Perspective of Earth”, has received accolades from The New York Times, The Economist and CNN, and was selected as one of the “Best Books of 2016” by Amazon, The Smithsonian and The Los Angeles Times.