Held at Josef Chromy winery near Launceston, the 2016 Tasmanian Surveying and Spatial Conference (TSSC) will address ‘Surveying and Spatial Sciences in the Age of Disruption‘.
The TSSC for 2016 will run for a full day on Friday the 26th of August. The TSSC is followed by the Tasmanian Spatial Excellence Awards dinner. There will be informal networking opportunities on Thursday night prior to the event.
The conferencetheme is ‘Surveying and Spatial Sciences in the Age of Disruption‘ and will include keynote presentations from all across Australia, as well as a selection of presentations from around the state. An interactive forum will bookend the day, where the discussion topic will be ‘how can we in the surveying and spatial sector maximise benefits from digital disruption.’
Register now or find out more at the SSSI website.
Keynote presentations include:
- John Lamb from Tasmania Invest – The Hero’s Journey
- Gaby Van Wyk from Open Spatial Australia – Did someone move your cheese?
- Hugh Saalmans from Insurance Australia Group – To disrupt or be disrupted: is that the question?
- Helen Owens from Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet – Unlocking the value of Public Data
Download the flyer to see the full program
What: Tasmanian Surveying and Spatial Conference and Tasmanian Spatial Excellence Awards Dinner
When: Friday August 26th, 2016 from 9 am until 6 pm, dinner from 6 pm
Where: Josef Chromy Winery, near Launceston