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Oct
8
Mon
Graphene+2018: The 4th Industrial Revolution conference @ Hawthorne Arts Centre
Oct 8 all-day
Graphene+2018: The 4th Industrial Revolution conference @ Hawthorne Arts Centre | Hawthorn | Victoria | Australia

Invitation to Graphene+2018: The 4th Industrial Revolution conference

Monday October 8, Hawthorn Arts Centre, Melbourne

Scientists, academia, advanced manufacturers and global start-up incubator leaders address: How Australia can spearhead the technology, and foster the start-up culture, that will drive the next generation of interconnectedness through the Internet of Things using graphene as the enabler of change.

Speakers include — 

Government:

  • Daniel Mulino MLC, Parliamentary Secretary for Treasury and Finance, Victoria

Startup incubation:

  • Omer Gozen, VP, New Materials & Packaging, Plug and Play (USA)

Academia:

  • Professor Linda Kristjanson AO, Vice Chancellor, Swinburne University
  • Professor Bronwyn Fox, Director, Manufacturing Futures Research Institute, Swinburne University of Technology
  • Professor David Officer, Centre of Excellence for Electromaterials Research

Business:

  • Chris Gilbey OAM, CEO Imagine IM; Chair, Australian Graphene Industry Association
  • Ray Gibbs, CEO, Haydale Limited
  • Brendan Swifte, CEO, Geofabrics
  • Elina Ollila, CEO, UX-Fit (USA)
  • Dominic Rohrmus, Senior Engineer, Siemens AG (Germany)
  • Professor Peter Middendorf, Director Arena2036 (Germany)
  • Volkmar Doericht, R&D for Digitalization and Automation, Siemens (Germany)

Issues to be discussed include —

  • Graphene: Solving big problems
  • Designing Materials: Doing more with less
  • From startup to billion dollar markets
  • Invention, research and IP
  • Making Australian manufacturing globally relevant

For the complete agenda, please visit: grapheneindustry.org.au/conference/schedule

Nov
15
Fri
Breakfast with Don Murray Co-Founder of Safe Software – Sydney @ Sydney Harbour Marriott Hotel at Circular Quay
Nov 15 @ 7:00 am – 9:30 am
Breakfast with Don Murray Co-Founder of Safe Software - Sydney @ Sydney Harbour Marriott Hotel at Circular Quay
1Spatial Australia is excited to welcoming for the first time to Australia, Don Murray Co-Founder of Safe Software the creators of FME.

To celebrate GIS Day 2019, 1Spatial is proud to announce a breakfast Seminar program in collaboration with SSSI and SIBA.

Featuring Don Murray, Co-Founder and President at Safe Software. With over 30 years experience and a Masters Degree in Computer Science from Simon Fraser University, Don leads the direction of Safe and focuses his specialty on server and cloud-based solutions. He regularly travels around the world sharing his passion for making data integration accessible to everyone who needs it.

With only a limited number of seats available, don’t miss this opportunity to find out where it’s come from and what the future holds!

“Supported by SSSI and SIBA/GITA”

Apr
28
Tue
SICC Webinar: Reporting and Measuring Bushfire Mitigation Work, a Software Pilot
Apr 28 @ 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
SICC Webinar: Reporting and Measuring Bushfire Mitigation Work, a Software Pilot

Eugene Lamnek created GeoIT Solutions in 2002, and has been developing ArcGIS customizations, add-ins and applications ever since. In this time Eugene has developed numerous bushfire applications for the CFS and the CFA as well as water and wastewater modelling software, asset management applications and interfaces, and open source applications for numerous clients including SA Water, Santos and DEW.

The Treatment Reporting System (TRS) currently in pilot phase, will allow organisations to store and manage their bushfire mitigation tasks, as well as measuring these tasks against the requirements of the Bushfire Management Area Plans (BMAPs). The system will allow users to store bushfire mitigation tasks, their spatial extent, values of work, time of work and completion status. Tasks are mapped and measured against required actions, defined by within the CFS BMAPs. The TRS will provide an effective mechanism for reporting the adequacy of on ground mitigation work (potentially at a State-wide level) by measuring mitigation work against well-defined mitigation targets. Users of the system will include local government, state government, private organisations and potentially even individual landholders.

Venue
Zoom Webinars

Cost
SSSI Members $30 | Non-Members $45 | SSSI YPs $20 | SSSI Student Members FREE

Contact

SSSI South Australia | rom.sa@sssi.org.au | 08 8212 0359

Sep
16
Thu
2021 Space & Geospatial Collaborative Workshop @ Adelaide Convention Centre
Sep 16 all-day
2021 Space & Geospatial Collaborative Workshop @ Adelaide Convention Centre

The Space & Geospatial Collaborative Workshop will be jointly hosted by the Andy Thomas Space Foundation and the Surveying and Spatial Sciences Institute in Adelaide the day following the 12th Australian Space Forum and the day before Spatial Information Day.

This inter-disciplinary workshop will provide a unique opportunity for professionals from both space and spatial sectors to:

  • Learn about Australia’s renewed commitment to space technology development
  • Get updates on the requirements and capabilities of the modern spatial information industry using applications such as PNT (positioning, navigation and timing), EO (Earth Observation) and telecommunications
  • Connect and discuss the increasing synergy and collaborative opportunities between the two sectors.
May
13
Fri
Subsurface Utilities and Digital Twins @ Online webinar
May 13 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Subsurface Utilities and Digital Twins @ Online webinar

The presenters for this topical webinar will be Dr Craig Roberts, Senior Lecturer in Surveying/GPS/Geodesy at UNSW and Wayne Patterson Director, Spatial Operations at the NSW Department of Customer Service.

Roberts will give a short update on the revision of the Australian Standard, AS_5488 Classification of subsurface utility information in the context of datum modernisation, low-cost multi-GNSS and recent advances in positioning infrastructure in Australia.

Data storage, data distribution and security are identified as challenges suggesting a reimagined data governance will be needed. Could a spatial digital twin assist? What is a spatial digital twin? Is it a BIM? Where does it come from? What is an open data policy? Who can use it? Can I use it? Which datum? How accurate is the data?

Rather than just another PowerPoint webinar, Roberts will interview Patterson in a free-flowing format. Attendees will be invited to ask their own questions live in the chat as the conversation evolves.

This webinar is targeted at surveyors, geospatial users, students and the wider spatial community.

Oct
25
Tue
14th Australian Space Forum @ Adelaide Convention Centre
Oct 25 all-day
14th Australian Space Forum @ Adelaide Convention Centre

The Andy Thomas Space Foundation is looking forward to welcoming a global audience to the 14th Australian Space Forum, which will be held on Tuesday, 25 October 2022 at the Adelaide Convention Centre in South Australia.

Supported by the Australian Space Agency, the South Australian Space Industry Centre and SmartSat CRC, the Forum will provide an opportunity to stimulate ideas, share information about emerging technologies and network with influential space sector leaders and the broader community.

Participants can attend in-person, or virtually through the event’s global interactive platform.

Forum sessions will include international panels covering highly pertinent topics that shape our industry:

Earth Observation: The National Space Mission for Earth Observation is a major investment that will expand Australia’s capability in designing, manufacturing and operating space- and ground-based systems.

Optical Communications: A quantum leap in Australia’s secure and high-bandwidth communications to connect the world and beyond.

Foundation Services Rover: Exploring remote operations and autonomous systems by building on Australian expertise in the resources and mining sectors for the collection of lunar soil (regolith).

Nov
10
Thu
2022 SSSI NSW Regional Conference & APSEA-NSW/ACT @ Novotel Sydney Central
Nov 10 @ 9:00 am – Nov 11 @ 5:00 pm
2022 SSSI NSW Regional Conference & APSEA-NSW/ACT @ Novotel Sydney Central

The 2022 SSSI NSW Regional Conference will be held on Thursday 10 November and Friday 11 November 2022 at the Novotel Sydney Central. The theme will be ‘Connections’.

This regular event is an opportunity to learn from and connect with other SSSI members and the broader geospatial community.

The first day will comprise the main conference, with speakers presenting on various topics, followed by the NSW & ACT Asia-Pacific Spatial Excellence Awards dinner in the evening.

The second day will be a NSW Spatial Digital Twin workshop, an interactive session that will get ‘under the bonnet,’ looking at data sharing, use cases and more.

The Call for Abstracts will close at midday on Monday, 26 September 2022. Abstract proposals can be submitted online at https://lnkd.in/ek4xS6Bu.

The organisers are seeking papers and presentations on a variety of topics, such as:

  • technical innovation, spatial aps, cloud computing, survey innovation, RPAS
  • data analytics, crowd sourcing, machine learning, artificial intelligence, automation, data partnerships
  • surveying -—land, cadastral, hydrographic, aerial survey, engineering
  • 3D, digital engineering, LiDAR, reality meshes, BIM
  • mobility, emergency management, spatial digital twins, environment, community, smart cities, utilities, coastal management, climate change
  • convergence of space and spatial

Registrations are now open online for the conference, dinner and workshop at https://lnkd.in/eVSxGWeB.

The event’s Principal and Major sponsors are the NSW Department of Customer Services–Spatial Services and TAFE NSW.

May
10
Wed
Locate23 – The Surveying and Spatial Event @ Adelaide Convention Centre
May 10 @ 9:00 am – May 12 @ 5:00 pm
Locate23 – The Surveying and Spatial Event @ Adelaide Convention Centre

Each year, the Locate conference attracts hundreds of national and international delegates from within and outside the spatial and surveying industry.

As Australia’s premier spatial and surveying conference, Locate provides guests with a unique opportunity to learn about the latest trends and applications in geospatial technologies.

Are you passionate about our industry and want to get involved? Maybe you have an idea for a local tour, or a project site visit or even have another event that can run in conjunction with Locate. This is your opportunity to help shape the 2023 event — no idea is too big or too small. Reach out to the organisers via info@locateconference.com or +61 2 4319 8519.

Oct
12
Thu
SmartSat CRC Conference 2023 @ National Wine Centre, Adelaide
Oct 12 – Oct 13 all-day
SmartSat CRC Conference 2023 @ National Wine Centre, Adelaide

SmartSat partners, participants, students and staff are invited to come together to share their research outcomes and network with industry colleagues at the SmartSat CRC Conference 2023.

The SmartSat CRC is a consortium of universities and other research organisations, partnered with industry that has been funded by the Australian Government to develop know-how and technologies in advanced telecommunications and IoT connectivity, intelligent satellite systems and Earth observation next generation data services.

Landsat image courtesy NASA/GSFC

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