Building Council Capacity for Climate Change Preparedness

Climate risk and vulnerability assessments are an important part of adaptation planning for many councils. We’re working directly with councils to ensure our climate project outputs are accessible, usable, and well understood.

Rising Tides: What data can tell us about future coastal flooding

Geospatial Analyst David Pepin demonstrates how flood mapping combined with frequency measurements can help us plan and prepare for extreme sea level events.

Case Study: Asset Vulnerability Assessment & Mentoring

The South East Councils Climate Change Alliance (SECCCA) engaged Spatial Vision with the support of Marsden Jacob Associates (MJA) to undertake an asset vulnerability assessment on selected assets and a financial review to assist member councils in better understanding and planning for the likely impacts of anticipated climate change.

Video: Making climate data meaningful with Graeme Martin

In his presentation “Making climate data meaningful”, Graeme Martin highlights the unique role geospatial professionals play in transforming the masses of climate data available into relevant, contextualised insights that shape the world we live in today, and tomorrow. Watch the presentation here.

Climate Change Statement

Spatial Vision is committed to addressing the challenges of human-induced climate change across our operations, service delivery, and partnerships.

In taking the actions outlined in this statement, we are committing to playing our part in achieving a sustainable future.

Spatial Vision Joins the UN Global Compact

Our company’s SDG Ambitions, as we have called the plan, sets out actions that relate to both internal business processes and working with clients and our long term partners. As a service orientated business, the greatest impact we can have is by empowering our clients with information, strategies and tools to contribute to the achievement of these SDGs.

2020 Impact: Industry Trends and Developments

Spatial Vision’s Managing Director, Glenn Cockerton, provides an overview of trends and developments in industries including technology, geospatial, space, and surveying.

Remember 2020?

General Manager Operations Graeme Martin reflects on the lessons of lockdown in a year that has changed lives and transformed business.

Case Study: Climate Change and Extreme Weather – Using Spatial Data for Impact & Consequence Case Studies

The Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) and the Barwon Regional Partnership Councils engaged Spatial Vision to help build their capacity in the application of spatial technologies to better plan for and understand the consequences of anticipated climate change and associated extreme weather events for their communities.

Planning for Climate Change: An Evidence-Based Approach

For generations, Australians have witnessed and endured the harsh realities of our landscape. From unrelenting droughts to catastrophic bushfires, the country is no stranger to extreme weather.
However, with the frequency and severity of these extreme weather events predicted to increase in the near future, it’s important now more than ever to address key questions of how we can better prepare for them and how can we learn from these events to mitigate consequences into the future.