Tech Wednesday - Geovation spotlight

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Every 3rd Wednesday of the month

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Tech Wednesday is our monthly Campus meet-up for Birmingham’s technological and entrepreneurial community. Each month we also have ‘Show ‘n Tells’, where a number of tech start-ups and individuals within the region present and demo innovative projects to the group for feedback and discussion.

This month we have teamed up with Geovation to showase three of their start-ups focussing on Geo Tech.

Geovation is a ground-breaking location data lab backed by Ordnance Survey (OS) and HM Land Registry tasked with identifying and supporting innovative new businesses that use location or property data.

Agenda:

17:30 Registration and drinks reception

18:00 Speaker talks
Welcome from Alex Wrottesley, head of Geovation

Followed by three fantastic start-ups:
- Alex Stanley, Founder, Onigo
Immersive adventure games in London's greatest parks
Your team has 60 mins to uncover clues and crack cryptic puzzles in order to complete top secret missions.

- Nathan Koren, Founder, Podaris
A real-time collaboration platform for planners, engineers, policymakers, and public stakeholders. Letting you create transport plans more rapidly, accurately, and collaboratively in any web browser.

- George Hintzen, Toad.ai
A Data-Driven Outdoor Advertising Agency Powered By Technology

19:00 Food and drink & networking

20:00 Close

We meet at 5.30pm within Innovation Birmingham’s iCentrum building. You can find us in the atrium, however, if you’re struggling to locate us our friendly reception staff will point you in the right direction. New faces are always welcome.

Please note that photography will be taking place at this event, please either notify a member of the events staff on the day or email [masked] if you would like to be omitted from any shots.

Car parking is available on site for £2.00 from 5 pm onwards at our basement car park at Faraday Wharf, located on Love Lane, just off Holt Street and is directly opposite iCentrum - ideal!
Take a ticket at the barrier, and pay with coins at the basement machine when you leave - easy.