Read the CRCSI's latest story, in the IoT Hub, in the lead up to the LOCATE/Digital Earth Symposium in Sydney, 3-6 April 2017.
QA4LAB is a series of software tools for the quality assurance of point cloud data, created by the CRCSI. This series of software tools was initially based on LiDAR, but is now expanding into photogrammetric point clouds with QA4UAV.
The first autonomous tractor trial for the Australian sugar industry took place in December 2016 on a sugar cane property near Mackay in Queensland. Read about this here.
Earth Observation: Data, Processing and Applications is an Australian Earth Observation (EO) community undertaking to describe EO data, processing and applications in an Australian context and includes a wide range of local case studies to demonstrate Australia’s increasing usage of EO data.
Research collaboration using a satellite based augmentation system (SBAS) will lead to more accurate positioning services in Australia and New Zealand.
It’s a daunting task – having to maintain a network of hundreds of thousands of miles of power poles. That’s the challenge facing Queensland energy giant, Ergon.
Kick start 2017 by submitting a paper to the International Astronautical Congress. Due date is 27 January. Click here for more details.
The draft of the 2026Agenda Action Plan is released for public comment.
The November issue of Spatial News is out now. Conference highlights, blockchain technology and annual awards along with so much more. Click here to read on.
Just released is the Global Outlook 2016 report on the spatial information industry. Curated by Dr Isabel Coppa, Dr Peter Woodgate and Dr Zaffar Mohamed-Ghouse, this report is a compilation of published material covering technology developments that relate directly to spatial technologies or that operate in support of spatial technologies.