Spatial Vision’s Managing Director, Glenn Cockerton, provides an overview of trends and developments in industries including technology, geospatial, space, and surveying.
General Manager Operations Graeme Martin reflects on the lessons of lockdown in a year that has changed lives and transformed business.
DCM Team Leader Jeremy Alcorn provides an introduction to DynAdjust, the tool being used to undertake least squares cadastral adjustments for the Digital Cadastre Modernisation project.
When talking about 3D data we often think about high end fancy visualizations that give that wow factor where you can barely tell the difference between what is real and what is digital. In the spatial sciences industry we are not normally concerned with the Ultra High Definition graphics, Ray Tracing, and photorealistic texturing; normally we settle for much less because we only need the basics for analysis…
A key theme for most speakers was the need to prepare for change, particularly the role climate change will play in the fire regime changes such areas are likely to experience in the future. And yes, climate change is a key driver behind the recent west coast fires in the USA, not just poor forest management.
As the world around us continues to change day by day as a result of the global pandemic, so must the way we both interact and communicate with our clientele in many areas of business.
GIS Journey is just one of these areas at Spatial Vision to have undertaken such a change, transitioning from a physical face-to-face delivery model, into an online delivery platform for our clients, in a relatively short period of time.
Here’s how we made that transition successful.
There has never been a more interesting time to be involved in Local Government GIS, especially in Victoria.
There is a Tsunami of new spatial data becoming available to Local Governments that may open up opportunities for delivering more spatially intelligent and reliable services.
Graeme Martin recently spoke about the challenges, opportunities and possible responses to the initiatives cropping up, and collaborative approaches to making the most of this transformative time.
A few months before COVID19 really hit, one of our staff members Rhiannan Mundana and I were chatting in the kitchen about how great it would be if Spatial Vision had a social club. Rhi wanted to see more connection across teams beyond the standard Friday drinks, lunchtime crosswords and the odd (very competitive) table tennis tournament.
Armed with activity ideas, input from her teammates, and a catchy name to boot, my only reaction was “Yes! We should totally do that!”. With excited minds we were all set to begin our culture building journey…
And then COVID happened.
It’s hard to ignore the devastation the COVID-19 pandemic has brought to lives and livelihoods around the world.
With over 1.2 billion daily visits to the John Hopkins COVID-19 dashboard, the world is desperately seeking answers. Where are the cases concentrated? How many deaths?
Understandably, there are many concerns, yet underneath it all, one question remains:
When will it end? Or rather, how will we get out this?