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Making evidence based decisions

Spatial analytics provide powerful tools to model and analyse spatial data enabling relationships and trends to be identified that would not otherwise be apparent. Spatial analytics help organisations exploit the power of GIS for applications such as determining land-use suitability, preparing cost-benefit analysis, optimising resource allocation or targeting specific user groups or customers.

Our analytical services are designed to be repeatable, reliable and defensible. We offer customised high quality, scalable, evidence-based, and authoritative solutions and products.
We work with domain experts to structure disparate data resources and design analytical processes to address pertinent issues. Our development of the National Data Grid, a standard for raster processing across the country, demonstrates our leadership in this area. This standard has been adopted for use in the analysis of climate change, emergency management and a range of other processes.

Our Spatial Analytics and Mapping Services include:

  • Spatial analysis and mapping solutions to support decision making
  • Customised high quality, scalable, evidence based, and authoritative solutions and products
  • Simplify complex information & processes to maximise understanding
  • Analyse patterns & communicate the power of your spatial data
  • Corporate map series production
  • Custom design of wall maps, interpretive signage and visitor displays

For more information, please call on 1300 366 796 or alternatively email here.

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Climate Change Impacts

How do you determine if your assets are at risk to climate impacts? Spatial Vision can assist you to identify the potential impact of climate change on assets and the triple bottom line consequences.


Python Insights

We have created the Python Insights blog series to help other Python users by providing solutions to common problems and handy hints.


RMIT Carparking

RMIT University recently undertook a pilot project to determine the feasibility of using machine-learning ability to identify occupied ground surface car spaces using aerial photography


10 Years of Murray Maps

The Murray River is one of the world’s largest navigable rivers and a major source of water for much of south eastern Australia.


How to Use Vector Tiles

Vector tiles are fast being adopted as the preferred option in viewing and transferring geographic data in desktop GIS and web mapping applications. But, what are vector tiles and how do they differentiate from other approaches?


ABS Geographies

The first data from the 2016 Census has been released so it's important to take time to understand the different geographies used by Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) and what data is being released for each of them.


Web Maps

We were commissioned to map a web map of Australia to distribute in China. Specifically, a web map of Australia with Chinese language labels so that Chinese native-speakers could easily interact with the map.


Raster vs Vector

When we come to depict any spatial data in GIS, from physical assets and locations to real-world events and trends, there are two differing systems to display data; Raster and Vector representations.

Case Study

Climate Change Case Study

Spatial Vision and Natural Decisions were engaged by 7 of Victoria's 10 CMAs to support NRM planning efforts in view of the likely impacts of climate change.

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AEC Case Study

Spatial Vision won a tender in June 2015 from the Australian Electoral Comission (AEC) to produce large format maps of the entire country, depicting newly proposed electoral boundaries.


Peri Urban Futures

Spatial Vision has been working closely with the RMIT School of Global, Urban and Social Studies to undertake targeted spatial analysis of the Peri-urban area.

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