Spatial Information Day and APSEA-SA Dinner

11 August, 2017 – 12 August, 2017 all-day
Adelaide Convention Centre
North Terrace
Adelaide SA 5000
Spatial Information Day and APSEA-SA Dinner @ Adelaide Convention Centre | Adelaide | South Australia | Australia

Spatial Information Day is the largest one-day surveying and spatial sciences conference in Australia with a diverse program aimed to educate graduates through to executives.

The annual event is an initiative of the Surveying & Spatial Sciences Institute (SSSI) and Spatial Industries Business Association (SIBA), representing professionals and businesses covering Surveying (land, engineering & mining, hydrographic), Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry, and Geographic Information Systems (GIS). This year for the first time, the event also welcomes BuildSA, the industry group for Building Information Modelling (BIM), as an event partner.

Sessions include Plenary and Major Projects, building to five Specialist concurrent streams including a dedicated stream hosted by the SSSI Young Professionals. Concurrent presentations are 12 minute “quick fire” format. This encourages, sharp, punchy messaging from speakers, minus the lengthy background information and business promotion.

An Exhibition Hall, with generous breaks and a Happy Hour will provide ample opportunity to meet with colleagues and friends and to engage speakers and exhibitors in deeper conversation.

The Australia-Pacific Spatial Excellence Awards for South Australia (APSEA-SA) Dinner will be held in the picturesque Panorama Room overlooking Adelaide Oval and the redevelopment projects along the Adelaide Riverbank, celebrating the achievements of our industries over the past year with awards delivered by the host organisations SIBA and SSSI.

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