Case Study: Frog Census

Spatial Vision was contracted to create the Frog Census App for Melbourne Water in mid-2016, to harness the power of citizen science to digitize and streamline Melbourne Water’s Frog Census.

Case Study: Business Information Model

Spatial Vision developed an effective Business Information Model which provided the ability to collect the right data and information and to transform it effectively and efficiently into useful knowledge.

Case Study: NRM Planning for Climate Change

Spatial Vision and Natural Decisions were engaged by 7 of Victoria’s 10 CMAs to support NRM planning efforts in view of the likely impacts of climate change.

Case Study: EMET Web Map

ACEM came to us because they wanted to let users explore the breadth and connectivity of the Emergency Medicine Education and Training (EMET) program hospital network around Australia with ease and flexibility. To do this we created an online map.

Case Study: SnowyLive

Spatial Vision partnered with energy company Snowy Hydro Limited to create the “Snowy Live” app for phones and tablets.

Case Study: Australian Electoral Commission Redistribution

Since late 2015 Spatial Vision has provided the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) with hardcopy and digital mapping support.

Case Study: WhaleReport

Vancouver Aquarium Marine Science Centre wanted to provide the public with a tool that would enable them to easily report sightings of cetaceans and sea turtles.

Case Study: Smart Rest Area Trial

The Australian and NSW Governments are working together on a Smart Rest Area Trial to allow heavy vehicle drivers to receive instant information about nearby rest areas.

Case Study: NatureBlitz

We helped meet the North Central Catchment Management Authority’s (NCCMA) two fold goals of enabling the enthusiastic public to contribute to data gathering and designing a new avenue to educate the public about Victoria’s diverse wildlife and ecosystems.

Case Study: Our Water

Drawing on the success of the Waterlive app, the NSW Government foresaw a need to open up their broad information resources to a wider audience.