Grahame Searle, past CRCSI board member, was announced this week as the key leader to deliver regional reform in Western Australia.
Just like Sim City, but for the real world, the Envision software suite allows urban planners and developers to imagine the future using the data from today. And with this imagining comes the ability to plan for green space, a sense of community, and a new place to live and work that delivers sustainable opportunities and better economic outcomes to our urban environment.
Using spatial intelligence and automated analytics designed to improve risk management, disaster response and safety performance, CRCSI partner Ergon Energy collected the International Edison Award for 2015.
The National Library of Australia – through its PANDORA Archive – has provided public access to the CRCSI website. This means that the broader community can now search for CRCSI material and publications through Australia's web archive facility.
From commercialisation opportunities to mapping from the front veranda, the CRCSI June Newsletter is stacked with ideas to share, people to connect with and more. Here's just a snippet:
In partnership with QUT, we are seeking the best global candidate to fulfill the role of Professor and Chair in Spatial Sciences. This full time position is located at the Gardens Point site of the Queensland University of Technology.
The term ontology is one that is used with various different meanings. At different points in time these different definitions can be contradictory.
We are looking for a researcher to work collaboratively with Geoscience Australia and the Bureau of Meteorology in our Canberra office. This two year fulltime project based role will focus on near real-time tropospheric zenith delay estimation using GNSS. Further details including a position description can be found here.