Case Study: City of Kingston Geospatial Strategy

City of Kingston requested support from Spatial Vision in the development of a Geospatial Strategy to more effectively utilise geospatial information in decision making.

Spatial Vision wins Geospatial Council of Australia award

Spatial Vision are honoured to have won the Geospatial Council of Australia award for Environment & Sustainability in Melbourne last night for their work on developing the Environmental-Economic Accounts (EEA) Dashboard.

Case Study: Golden Plains Shire Geospatial Strategy

City of Ballarat requested support from Spatial Vision in the development of a Geospatial Strategy to build geospatial intelligence and capacity to support the rapidly-expanding rural city.

Melbourne Water’s Frog Census Working Overtime

Melbourne Water’s Frog Census app, developed by Spatial Vision’s Lapis mobile technology team, engages the community around the value of, and threats to frog species whilst helping monitor the health of our waterways.

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.

Case Study: Surface Permeability Analysis of Elster Creek Catchment

Be it the effects of climate change or La Niña, Australia has been inundated with extreme flooding events in 2022. Spatial Vision’s award winning mapping and analysis work for E2DesignLab, Melbourne Water and affected councils in the flood prone Elster Creek catchment zone charts a course for vulnerable urban areas.

Case Study: NSW Base Maps Vector Tiles

When NSW Spatial Services’ base map offered by key platforms such as the Spatial Portals and Digital Twin needed an upgrade Spatial Vision obliged with a high end vector solution to satisfy the needs of many user groups.

Whale saving technology warrants wider application

Collisions with ships are one of the most common causes of death or injury for cetaceans.  The likelihood of collisions occurring will increase as the world’s reliance on ship-based transportation of goods and people increases. 

Spatial Vision Launches New Enterprise Lapis

Spatial Vision is proud and excited to announce the formation of our new commercial IT services business, Lapis.
This new enterprise has been established to concentrate on supporting commercial and government organisations with bespoke enterprise web and mobile solutions.