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Aug
1
Mon
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.

Jun
13
Tue
RPAS in Australian Skies 2023 @ Hotel Realm, Canberra
Jun 13 – Jun 15 all-day
RPAS in Australian Skies 2023 @ Hotel Realm, Canberra

RPAS in Australia Skies is back for 2023. The conference is the Australian Association for Uncrewed Systems’ (AAUS) main event for the year and has established itself as a landmark event for the Australian drone industry, drawing interest from key government personnel, representatives from the regulatory and safety bodies, defence force, RPAS and UTM representatives, end users and academia.

The hybrid event will take place over two days and will include a combination of presentations and interactive panel discussions.

The conference will cover:

  • RPAS related policy and regulatory updates from Australian and international government agencies.
  • UAS Traffic Management, low-level airspace and integrated airspace systems
  • Industry challenges and perspectives
  • Continuing development of a professional and safe industry.
  • Emerging technologies and innovative solutions enabling RPAS integration in Australian airspace.
  • Emerging applications — benefits, viability and social acceptance
  • Case studies of drone use and challenges in emergency services, infrastructure inspection, delivery, mining, and agriculture.
Nov
16
Thu
2023 ACT Geospatial Conference & Awards Reception @ QT Hotel, Canberra
Nov 16 all-day
2023 ACT Geospatial Conference & Awards Reception @ QT Hotel, Canberra

The 2023 ACT Geospatial Conference and Excellence Awards will bring together colleagues old and new to hear the latest updates from across the local geospatial industry.

The call for abstracts for the event is now open. Any topic of interest to the geospatial industry is welcome, including surveying (cadastral, engineering, hydrographic, mining), GIS, remote sensing and geodesy, or broader topics such as new technology, diversity and workforce management.

The deadline for submission of abstract proposals closes at midday on Tuesday, 3 October.

The Geospatial Excellence Awards Reception will be held at the conclusion of the conference sessions, giving attendees the chance to enjoy drinks and canapes whilst networking and celebrating the award winners.

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Feb
27
Tue
Remote Hydrography 2024 @ Dublin, Ireland
Feb 27 – Feb 28 all-day
Remote Hydrography 2024 @ Dublin, Ireland

The Remote Hydrography conference and exhibition brings together manufacturers, operators, regulators, and research and development leaders from both industry and academia, within the field of remote surveying and uncrewed survey operations.

Remote Hydrography 2024 provides an opportunity to share experience gained in the development and application of autonomous and uncrewed platforms (surface, underwater, aerial and space-based) and the associated command and support services.

These and enabling technologies like machine learning and artificial intelligence will revolutionise workflows for hydrographic data collection, processing, analysis and presentation.

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