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Eclipse Foundation LocationTech DC Tour


Interested in open source software for geospatial systems? Join us on November 14th at GWU for an evening of tech talks about location-aware open source technologies.

This month, the Eclipse Foundation's LocationTech working group is hosting a series of events in six cities, concluding with Washington, DC on November 14th. We'll gather at The George Washington University for a round of invigorating talks in the early evening, followed by drinks and networking at a local watering hole.

Speakers include:

  • Juan Marin, CTO of Boundless (formerly OpenGeo)
  • Eric Gundersen, CEO of MapBox
  • Joshua Campbell, GIS Architect at Humanitarian Information Unit, U.S. Department of State

When: Thursday, November 14, 2013 Where: Elliott School of International Affairs, GWU Time: 6pm to 9pm (followed by drinks at CIRCA in Foggy Bottom)

The event is free but space is limited. Register today at

About LocationTech

LocationTech is the Eclipse Foundation's industry working group focusing on location-aware technologies. Members of LocationTech are also full-fledged members of the Eclipse Foundation. Eclipse is a vendor-neutral community for individuals and organizations who wish to collaborate on commercially-friendly open source software. The Eclipse Foundation is a not-for-profit, member-supported corporation that hosts technology projects and helps cultivate both an open source community and an ecosystem of complementary products and services.