Spatial Vision are proud to have won the 2020 NSW Asia-Pacific Spatial Excellence Award (APSEA) for Environment and Sustainability with our project ‘Analysis of User Requirements & Spatial Strategy’. Hear from project stakeholders and learn more about the project.
Spatial Vision have joined forces with human-centred design consultancy ThinkPlace to facilitate strategic innovation, providing significant advantages for clients and both parties alike.
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.
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.
A key theme for most speakers was the need to prepare for change, particularly the role climate change will play in the fire regime changes such areas are likely to experience in the future. And yes, climate change is a key driver behind the recent west coast fires in the USA, not just poor forest management.
A few months before COVID19 really hit, one of our staff members Rhiannan Mundana and I were chatting in the kitchen about how great it would be if Spatial Vision had a social club. Rhi wanted to see more connection across teams beyond the standard Friday drinks, lunchtime crosswords and the odd (very competitive) table tennis tournament.
Armed with activity ideas, input from her teammates, and a catchy name to boot, my only reaction was “Yes! We should totally do that!”. With excited minds we were all set to begin our culture building journey…
And then COVID happened.