In The Zone 2018 @ Optus Stadium
Oct 8 all-day
In The Zone 2018 @ Optus Stadium | Burswood | Western Australia | Australia
In The Zone 2018

As the investment centre of gravity related to space shifts towards leading economies in the Indo-Pacific, we must think together about shared opportunities, challenges and risks around the ‘Zone Above’.

In collaboration with The University of Western Australia (UWA), the Perth USAsia Centre is convening the 2018 In The Zone Conference, the latest in a series founded to provide a strategic forum for Indo-Pacific policymakers, advocates, business and academic leaders to grapple with issues of shared regional concern. This year’s In the Zone will focus on capability, security and expansion into space and is titled The Zone Above: The Indo-Pacific Era in Space.

Please note a tax invoice will be emailed to attendees in the month prior.

Visit the conference website for a full list of speakers and more information.

Survey and Spatial NZ conference @ Novotel Lakeside, Rotorua
Aug 1 @ 9:00 am – Aug 3 @ 5:00 pm
Survey and Spatial NZ conference @ Novotel Lakeside, Rotorua

Survey and Spatial NZ’s 2022 conference will be held from 1 to 3 August at the Novotel Lakeside, Rotorua. The conference is the biggest continuing professional development event of the year for NZ surveying and spatial professionals. It invites sharing of knowledge amongst peers, bringing together networking opportunities for all delegates and is an essential event for professional development and connectivity within the sector.

The choice of Rotorua as the location is apt, given the conference theme of ‘Turning up the Heat’. The organisers aim to stimulate discussion regarding challenges in regional areas, which include climate change and developments outside of Auckland.

Geo Week 2024 @ Colorado Convention Center, Denver
Feb 11 – Feb 13 all-day
Geo Week 2024 @ Colorado Convention Center, Denver

Geo Week is an event for increased integration between the built environment, advanced airborne/terrestrial technologies, and commercial 3D technologies. It was created as a response to the changing needs of built world and geospatial professionals, and to acknowledge the convergence of technology taking place currently.

New technological innovations, the need for remote workflows, and hardware breakthroughs are redefining expectations across teams, organisations, and entire industries will canvassed at the event.

Attendees will hear about the latest updates, case studies, ideas and predictions from a variety of experts: innovators, end-users, regulators, and more. What trends and technologies do they see coming? What new challenges and opportunities lie ahead? How can you and your organisation prepare, anticipate, and benefit in a rapidly evolving environment?


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