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All-Energy Expo & Conference Glasgow

10th May 2017

All-Energy Expo and Conference Glasgow

Join us at the All-Energy Expo and Conference. The All-Energy Expo and Conference is the UK’s largest renewable energy event and takes place in Glasgow between May 10 – 11 2017 at the SEC Centre.

Be part of the UK’s largest renewable and low carbon energy event

The conference brings together the UK’s largest groups of buyers and sellers from the bioenergy, solar, offshore and onshore wind, hydropower and wave and tidal sectors, as well as those involved in energy storage, heat, low carbon transport and sustainable cities solutions.

Throughout the two-day conference, Eric Hardiman will be showcasing the capabilities of Azimap and talking all things GIS and Spatial Analysis. He will also be sharing how Azimap is used by local authorities within the UK and Ireland. In addition to showcasing Azimap capabilities, Eric will be attending many conference sessions, including the Smart Urban Mobility Solutions stream, to hear from industry leaders to learn how their businesses are utilising spatial data to make informed decisions to transform public services and internal processes.

Eric will also be in attendance at the Giant Networking Evening and Civic Reception set at the Glasgow Science Centre at the end of Day 1. The Giant Networking Evening provides exhibitors and delegates with an opportunity to continue to talk shop into the small hours.

Attending the All-Energy Expo and Conference, provides the Azimap team with an opportunity to further cement its commitment to serve the public and private sectors within the UK market, while also increasing brand awareness and physical presence within the UK market.

Plan your attendance at the All-Energy Expo by getting in touch to schedule your demo of Azimap with Eric and talk all things GIS and spatial analysis.

When & Where

Start: 10th May 2017

End: 11th May 2017

Venue: The SEC Centre

City: Glasgow


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