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#6 - Dr Seppe Cassettari - Mapping and Geographic Data Visualisation

February 21, 2023 BimTube Episode 6
#6 - Dr Seppe Cassettari - Mapping and Geographic Data Visualisation
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#6 - Dr Seppe Cassettari - Mapping and Geographic Data Visualisation
Feb 21, 2023 Episode 6
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In this BimTube Podcast we speak to Dr Seppe Cassettari FBCart.S about mapping, the geospatial industry and the importance and accessibility of decision-making with geographic data visualisation.

About Dr Seppe Cassettari FBCart.S
Seppe has over 40 years experience in the mapping and geospatial industry. Having recently retired from his role running Geomni UK, he is now working part time as a consultant and training specialist.

The British Cartographic Society: https://www.cartography.org.uk/
Read about some of his current projects at: https://www.geohistoric.co.uk/
Seppe on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/seppe-cassettari-962b6912

His career started with the UK military where he worked for 10 years in various mapping and geo-intelligence roles, during which time he completed one of the UK’s first PhDs in GIS. He then went on to run the ground-breaking GIS undergraduate programme at Kingston University before being head hunted to run Longman GeoInformation for the publishers Pearson.

Following a management buy-out he became CEO of The GeoInformation Group in 1998 which went on to publish geospatial datasets and undertake many projects in the UK and abroad. The company is best known for the early aerial imagery databases developed in the mid 1990’s, published as Cities Revealed, and more recently the UKMap large scale topographic map base and the UKBuildings database of building type and age. The company also created the telecoms clutter data used by many mobile operators in the UK. The GeoInformation Group was sold to Verisk Inc in 2016.

Seppe continues with his interest in mapping, writing regularly for the GeoConnexions magazine and being involved in the British Cartographic Society, where he is currently President for the second time.

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Links / Resources Discussed

The British Cartographic Society: https://www.cartography.org.uk/
Government Geography Profession: https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/government-geography-profession
The Geospatial Commission: https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/geospatial-commission
GeoViz: https://www.cartography.org.uk/geoviz
GeoViz is a new programme of activity that supports and nurtures cartography, map making and geographic data visualisation. GeoViz will provide useful and informative content through a range of online material, events and more.


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Show Notes

- BimTube website: http://bim.tube

In this BimTube Podcast we speak to Dr Seppe Cassettari FBCart.S about mapping, the geospatial industry and the importance and accessibility of decision-making with geographic data visualisation.

About Dr Seppe Cassettari FBCart.S
Seppe has over 40 years experience in the mapping and geospatial industry. Having recently retired from his role running Geomni UK, he is now working part time as a consultant and training specialist.

The British Cartographic Society: https://www.cartography.org.uk/
Read about some of his current projects at: https://www.geohistoric.co.uk/
Seppe on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/seppe-cassettari-962b6912

His career started with the UK military where he worked for 10 years in various mapping and geo-intelligence roles, during which time he completed one of the UK’s first PhDs in GIS. He then went on to run the ground-breaking GIS undergraduate programme at Kingston University before being head hunted to run Longman GeoInformation for the publishers Pearson.

Following a management buy-out he became CEO of The GeoInformation Group in 1998 which went on to publish geospatial datasets and undertake many projects in the UK and abroad. The company is best known for the early aerial imagery databases developed in the mid 1990’s, published as Cities Revealed, and more recently the UKMap large scale topographic map base and the UKBuildings database of building type and age. The company also created the telecoms clutter data used by many mobile operators in the UK. The GeoInformation Group was sold to Verisk Inc in 2016.

Seppe continues with his interest in mapping, writing regularly for the GeoConnexions magazine and being involved in the British Cartographic Society, where he is currently President for the second time.

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Links / Resources Discussed

The British Cartographic Society: https://www.cartography.org.uk/
Government Geography Profession: https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/government-geography-profession
The Geospatial Commission: https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/geospatial-commission
GeoViz: https://www.cartography.org.uk/geoviz
GeoViz is a new programme of activity that supports and nurtures cartography, map making and geographic data visualisation. GeoViz will provide useful and informative content through a range of online material, events and more.


====
GET THE INTERNATIONAL INFORMATION MANAGEMENT 'BIM' STANDARDS!
ISO 19650 series and UK BIM Framework: http://www.iso19650.org/
====

BimEnable Training

Visit the BimTube Podcast website at bim.tube to learn more!

Support the Show.


BimTube's Mission: "We want to build everyone’s digital knowledge with content and conversations to inspire and instigate 'Better Information Management' to enable - better decisions, better infrastructure, better services and better outcomes for our social, economic and environmental infrastructure." Learn More: http://bim.tube