CRCSI Roadshow – Western Australia

By on 14 May, 2013


The CRCSI Roadshow will be in Perth on Thursday 30 May, showcasing CRCSI’s R&D and implementation activities, with sessions to explore expansion.

The Roadshow concept allows for interaction from local offices of CRCSI participants, with a focus on local jurisdictional issues. There will be several international speakers.

Join staff and research students of CRCSI participants in Perth to discuss the future of the Health and Spatial Infrastructures programs, see the progress of the new SLIP Future, and workshop future spatial activities in WA.

The WA Roadshow program can be downloaded here.

There will be a mix of traditional presentations by Project leaders and their teams and informal debate sessions. International speakers will present and there will be lots of networking opportunities.

Screencasts of the previous annual conference are available on the CRCSI Vimeo channel.

Email Helen on to register. Queries to Mike Ridout

Updates can be found on the CRCSI Roadshow website.


Lead-up workshops

Health Program Workshop: “CRCSI funding 2014-2018” Wed 29 May

This workshop brings together CRCSI partners interested in the theory, technology and adoption of spatial technology to improve the health and well-being of individuals.


Supply Chains Workshop: Wed 29 May 9.30am – 12.30pm

Supply Chains are a key research areas within the Spatial Infrastructures Strategy. The workshop is to develop a research proposal to deliver outcomes to support business needs.

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