What’s it really like to work in geospatial science? Our 2021 Graduate Cadet David Pepin shares his experience as a graduate spatial analyst, and what you can expect from the Cadet program.
There has never been such a rich array of free data visualisation platforms to illustrate data stories. Here are some of the best platforms in 2020.
Spatial Vision developed a contemporary, authoritative government land use dataset to assist government in improved analysis and insight into land use. The solution supports future decision-making with precise, reliable and comprehensive evidence.
Spatial Vision’s Managing Director, Glenn Cockerton, provides an overview of trends and developments in industries including technology, geospatial, space, and surveying.
The City of Melbourne (CoM) engaged Spatial Vision alongside three heritage consultancies (Context, Ochre Imprints, On Country Heritage and Consulting) to provide a comprehensive review of heritage buildings in the Hoddle Grid. Through thematic and spatial analysis, the CoM gained a richer and more nuanced understanding of the cultural heritage that exists throughout the urban landscape of the central city.
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.
When talking about 3D data we often think about high end fancy visualizations that give that wow factor where you can barely tell the difference between what is real and what is digital. In the spatial sciences industry we are not normally concerned with the Ultra High Definition graphics, Ray Tracing, and photorealistic texturing; normally we settle for much less because we only need the basics for analysis…
The tool aims to assist stakeholders in determining the location of Matters of National and Environmental Significance (MNES), or if other matters protected by the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 are likely to occur in a particular area. Furthermore, the PMST tool is essential to implementing a targeted risk-based approach to compliance and enforcement with the Act.
Spatial Vision is pleased to announce that it will lead the Adjustment Services stage of Victoria’s Digital Cadastre Modernisation Project. Spatial Vision is working in collaboration with Reeds Consulting and Collier Geodetic Solutions for this project.
The Victorian Crash Statistics visualisation contains information about reported accidents across Victoria. Learn how to navigate the visualisation with this handy guide.