We’ve gone digital! All SV Maps products are now available to download through the Avenza Maps Platform. Digital maps for iOS and Android – learn more.
Mapscape delivers high performance, multi-scaled topographic mapping for Victoria’s emergency services. The latest Mapscape Edition 10 is now available.
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.
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.
Prior to the pandemic, the Australian bushfire season made headlines around the world. Three months on and the devastation can still be felt as bushfire recovery efforts and financial assistance have slowed amid the health crisis. However, as Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews reassures, “we have not forgotten [those affected]”, nor have we forgotten the incredible sacrifices and tireless efforts our emergency services have made and continue to make in protecting our communities.
Spatial Vision was recently commissioned by Emergency Management Victoria (EMV), to update the Victorian State Command Centre wall map.
Recently Spatial Vision’s VicMap Book team, toured the books printing, binding and distribution sites to see the latest Victorian made VicMap books being produced first hand.