The CRC for Spatial Information (CRCSI) announced today Chris McAlister will be joining the CRCSI team based in Queensland. Chris will replace long term CRCSI Business Development Manager George Curran who leaves the CRCSI after nine years to take up a role with Fugro ROAMES.
CRCSI has launched the Global Outlook Report for the spatial information industry. Following on from the success of the 2014 edition, authors Isabel Coppa, Peter Woodgate and Zaffar Mohamed-Ghouse have come together with this compendium of published material covering technology developments that relate to the spatial technologies or operate in support of these technologies.
The first of a series of earth observation reports has been launched at the CRCSI Annual Conference 2016 in Sydney.
Spatial technology adds significant economic value and employment growth to the Australian economy. As one of the very early adopting countries of spatial capabilities, the spatial sector was highlighted as one of the key industry growth sectors in which Australia has a global competitive advantage.
Working in partnership with Geoscience Australia and Land Information New Zealand (LINZ), we are developing the next generation datum. Read more > ABC News.
Rapid News, the go-to place for updates on the four projects of the newly created Rapid Spatial Analytics Program. This technically focused snapshot of rapid analytics highlights the fortnightly status quo of these projects: