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Julian Hitchman explains using geospatial data to create maps
Julian Hitchman is one of the Walking Access Commission's Geospatial Information Systems (GIS) Analysts. He talks about how the Commission uses geospatial data to create the maps we use. These maps show tracks, trails and other public access to land. Crucially, they help us negotiate and develop new public tracks and trails.
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