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Our Future and the Role of Geospatial Knowledge Infrastructure

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.

Spatial Vision to Play a Key Role in Victoria’s Digital Cadastre Modernisation

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.

Spatial Excellence Recognised at the APSEA Awards

Spatial Vision are honoured to have won the Environment & Sustainability category for the Embedding Climate Adaptation in Agriculture project along with the North East Catchment Management Authority and Natural Decisions. We were also delighted to have won the Export category award with our Geospatial Industry Strategy for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia General Commission for Surveying and FrontierSI.

Help For Our Heroes: Supporting Victoria’s Emergency Services

Prior to the pandemic, the Australian bushfire season made headlines around the world. Three months on and the devastation can still be felt as bushfire recovery efforts and financial assistance have slowed amid the health crisis. However, as Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews reassures, “we have not forgotten [those affected]”, nor have we forgotten the incredible sacrifices and tireless efforts our emergency services have made and continue to make in protecting our communities.

Data in the Digital Age – Geobuiz Summit

The summit attracts CEOs and Executives from the global Geospatial Industry, technology companies and start-ups, system integrators, solution providers, digital design and engineering; national geospatial agencies; investors and venture capitalists; incubation units; and consulting firms.

GIS Journey to Noojee

What happens when two GIS trainers leave the hustle and bustle of the city to train in regional Victoria?

A lot, apparently!

Our trainers Marcel and Rhiannan recently headed east to the picturesque town of Noojee to conduct a customised Introduction to ArcGIS course. Many fun times were had, and challenges, too, but the experience was positively memorable for both clients and trainers alike.

Take a look here.

Choosing & Using a Map – Part 2

Now that you know how to choose a map, let’s learn how to use it! Darren Edwards of Trail Hiking Australia knows a thing or two about maps, and is here to share his knowledge. With some basic knowledge and a good ol’ compass, you’ll be steering the way in no time.

Choosing & Using a Map – Part 1

If you’ve ever gone hiking and felt a bit ill-prepared, you’re not alone. Darren Edwards of Trail Hiking Australia has met plenty of hikers who can’t quite find their way. However, with a great map and some basic knowledge, you’ll be steering the way in no time.

Q&A with Glenn Cockerton

This year marks twenty years of Spatial Vision. To celebrate this milestone, our managing director Glenn Cockerton sat down with Position magazine to reflect upon the journey, and where to next.

Digital Earth in a Transformed Society

What is a Digital Earth? According to the International Journal of Digital Earth, the term refers to “…a virtual representation of the planet, encompassing all its systems and forms, both natural environment and human societies, manifested as a multi-dimensional, multi-scale, multi-temporal, and multi-layer information facility.
“I believe we need a ‘Digital Earth’. A multi-resolution, three-dimensional representation of the planet, into which we can embed vast quantities of geo-referenced data” —Al Gore, 1998 (speech)