Algae Scum Identification Resource Kit is an app developed by Spatial Vision in conjunction with UTS. It enables users to identify and report potentially toxic freshwater algal blooms that may be forming scums or colouring the water.
CropMetrics’s Virtual Optimizer is a full featured web application. To increase flexibility to access information, CropMetric’s wanted to move Virtual Optimizer to a mobile platform and approached Spatial Vision to build a new app.
Creating a web app takes lots of moving parts, and the way that these moving parts hang together is often hard to picture.
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.
MinView successfully won the award for Technical Excellence at the spatial industry’s premier gala event where organisations and individuals are acknowledged for their outstanding contributions and achievements.
Geological Survey of NSW (GSNSW) engaged Spatial Vision to design and develop a new release of their MinView web mapping application.
Spatial Vision partnered with energy company Snowy Hydro Limited to create the “Snowy Live” app for phones and tablets.
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.
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.