The Department of Planning, Industry & Environment engaged Spatial Vision to analyse user requirements and formulate strategies to enhance the use of spatial and remote sensing technologies across the Water branch. This resulted in the development of a two-year plan outlining 15 unique initiatives, deliverables, risks and mitigation actions to assist the Department in meeting future business requirements.
Spatial Vision have joined forces with human-centred design consultancy ThinkPlace to facilitate strategic innovation, providing significant advantages for clients and both parties alike.
Spatial Vision’s Managing Director, Glenn Cockerton, provides an overview of trends and developments in industries including technology, geospatial, space, and surveying.
From COVID tracing to bushfire detection, geospatial technology is having a tremendous impact on the big issues of our time. This year’s Victorian Spatial Showcase & eSummit opened by the Victorian Minister for Planning the Hon. Richard Wynne showcased a number of innovative projects across Victoria that are truly making a difference to lives and livelihoods locally and internationally.
The Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) and the Barwon Regional Partnership Councils engaged Spatial Vision to help build their capacity in the application of spatial technologies to better plan for and understand the consequences of anticipated climate change and associated extreme weather events for their communities.
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…
Australia’s renewed focus on space presents an number of opportunities for industries to work together to strengthen our economy and future-proof our nation.
The spatial industry can play a significant role in contributing to the Government’s three key objectives for the space industry by 2030.
The NHVR engaged Spatial Vision to develop a strategy for better understanding and realising the opportunities to leverage geospatial data and technologies.
There has never been a more interesting time to be involved in Local Government GIS, especially in Victoria.
There is a Tsunami of new spatial data becoming available to Local Governments that may open up opportunities for delivering more spatially intelligent and reliable services.
Graeme Martin recently spoke about the challenges, opportunities and possible responses to the initiatives cropping up, and collaborative approaches to making the most of this transformative time.
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.