Case Study: SPREP MMEL Climate Resilience Support Tool

Working alongside Samoan local partner, SkyEye, Spatial Vision created an online tool to assist Pacific Islander people locate a range of climate resources specific to their needs.

Geospatial technology essential to early warning weather systems

Climate data informed geospatial strategies are essential for developing multi-hazard early warning systems to safeguard lives and livelihoods.

Case Study: Saudi Geological Survey

Spatial Vision, working as part of a consortium, supported the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) to develop a procurement strategy and an understanding of the Saudi Geological Survey’s requirements for KSA’s National Geological Database.

Case Study: Consulting Services for General Authority for Surveying and Geospatial Information Master Plan

Spatial Vision developed a Master Plan to define the activities necessary for GASGI to fulfill its responsibilities to deliver an effective and competitive geospatial sector within the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Our Future and the Role of Geospatial Knowledge Infrastructure

Location intelligence can play a role in addressing many of these issues, but only if we work together.

Geospatial Knowledge Infrastructure (GKI) is essential to facilitating such collaboration, in integrating geospatial concepts, technologies and information with societal and technological change as part of a much wider digital ecosystem.

Watch the panel discussion on Advancing the Role of Geospatial Knowledge Infrastructure here.

Spatial Vision Digital Twin Capability Partnership with FrontierSI

Spatial Vision has been a long term partner of FrontierSI and we are pleased to be included in their new Spatially Enabled Digital Twin Capability Statement. We are committed to helping build an ecosystem of integrated Digital Twins to support decision making and service delivery across a range of sectors.

Digital Earth in a Transformed Society

What is a Digital Earth? According to the International Journal of Digital Earth, the term refers to “…a virtual representation of the planet, encompassing all its systems and forms, both natural environment and human societies, manifested as a multi-dimensional, multi-scale, multi-temporal, and multi-layer information facility.
“I believe we need a ‘Digital Earth’. A multi-resolution, three-dimensional representation of the planet, into which we can embed vast quantities of geo-referenced data” —Al Gore, 1998 (speech)

Helping Chinese Tourists Find Their Way

An Australian-made Chinese language Map of Australia has been released. Spatial Vision launched the new map, the first produced in Australia, at the International Map Industry Association Asia Pacific Conference being held this week in Melbourne.