Friday lunchtime lecture: Changing tracks with HS2 open data

Friday 17 October 2014, 1:00pm - 1:00pm

Thomson Reuters, Mark Square House, 1 Mark Square, London, EC2A 4EG

You bring your lunch, we provide tea & coffee, an interesting talk, and enough time to get back to your desk.

null

Data from the High Speed 2 project has been released under an Open Government Licence. This has provided companies like Landmark an opportunity to enter the world of “Open”. Jez Nicholson will not only tell us about the product that Landmark has built upon the HS2 data, but also how “Open” may have ultimately changed the business itself.

By day, Jez Nicholson is Head of Product Development for a leading property risk assessment company. By night, he is lead developer of OpenPlaques.org.

With kind thanks to Thomson Reuters for supporting and hosting this event.

Image courtesy of Guy Evans (CC BY 2.0)