14th July 2020 | 11am - 12pm GMT


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With increasing demand on services and the changing needs of the populace, Local Authorities are challenged with enabling access to up-to-date information. A Geographic Information System (GIS) can help council teams meet this commitment and actually enhance interaction with service users. When a GIS is deployed optimally, a user can simply view or click a location on an online map to see what services are available.

Attend our webinar to see best practice use of GIS in Local Government, covering desktop, web based mapping and dashboards. We will be joined by Matt Horwell, GIS Coordinator at Stoke-on-Trent City Council, who will share the steps he takes to create clear and informative mapping for internal and public consumption.

About the speakers

Ian Usher
Business Development Manager

Before moving into Business Development, Ian was head of Pre-sales at Cadcorp. Prior to this, he managed Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for various UK councils and West Yorkshire Police. Ian is very passionate about GIS and its scope for delivering intelligence to organisations. LinkedIn
 

Matt Horwell
GIS Coordinator, Stoke-on-Trent City Council

Matt is an accomplished GIS professional who has worked at Stoke-on-Trent City Council for over 20 years. He manages and develops the Geographic Information function to ensure the council can deliver its statutory duties to provide public services. Utilising the power of GIS, Matt initiates and supports departmental projects to deliver corporate plan priorities. Before joining the council, Matt was an Operational Firefighter. LinkedIn

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