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July

  • 23
  • SSSI Map-a-thon

    Wilton Tea Room, Samuels Building, UNSW
    SSSI NSW Young Professionals are pleased to invite you join them for a Map-a-thon! Help contribute to a digital world map through the creation of spatial data, while networking with other professionals from the geospatial industry. The event is open to anyone with an interest to collaborate, have fun and map!  You don't need to be a mapping expert, you just need an openstreet map account (go to www.openstreet.org to sign up for a free account). Please see the attached flyer for more information.
  • 1 day event
    16:00 pm - 20:00 pm
  • 26
  • GeoRabble Melbourne #12

    Imperial Hotel
    2-8 Bourke St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
    GeoRabble returns to Melbourne on Thursday 26 July 2018 at the Imperial Hotel – Bourke Street, Melbourne. Networking drinks start 5:30pm. Presentations commence: 6:00pm followed by more networking. Grab yourself a free ticket and enjoy the night with friends sharing geospatial ideas, free of sales pitches and hidden agendas!  Each presentation is light, relevant to geo-something and only 10 minutes long. Speakers

    Dr Elizabeth Jean Taylor - Space age car parking Using remote sensing to track surface car parking extent and occupancy. 

    RMIT research piloting image detection from aerial imagery to estimate surface car parking use, to inform planning and transport questions.

      More speakers to follow
    Tickets are available via eventbrite.  
    If you have a great geospatial idea that you would like to share with a group of like-minded people, we want you for our next GeoRabble! Contact the GeoRabble committee to express your interesting topic in 20 words or less, or email your idea to [email protected]
  • 1 day event
    17:30 pm - 21:00 pm
  • 29
  • 12d International Conference 2018

    Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre - Grey St, Boulevard Level
    Merivale St & Glenelg St, South Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia
    At this three-day Conference, 12d Solutions will be highlighting all the new features in 12d Model 14 and 12d Synergy 4, and much more. As per our previous Conferences, we will continue the popular ‘Birds of a Feather’ breakout sessions on Design, Surveying, Three Waters, and 12d Synergy. This event will be an invaluable learning and networking experience for users of 12d products and other industry professionals, in all areas of civil design, surveying and construction. The accompanying 12d International Innovation Awards will be presented at the Conference Dinner - contact 12d Solutions for more details on entering. The 12d International Conference offers:
    • A great opportunity to increase your 12d Model and 12d Synergy skills
    • The ability to interact with the developers of 12d Model and 12d Synergy
    • The chance to network with and learn from other 12d Model and 12d Synergy users.
  • 3 day event
  • 31
  • Autonomous Vehicles Summit 2018

    Swissotel Sydney
    68 Market St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

    The integration of Autonomous Vehicles in Shaping Australia’s Connected and Accessible Transport Future

    The Autonomous Vehicles Summit 2018 is coming to the Swissotel, Sydney held from 31 July- 1 August this year!
    With around 20 autonomous vehicle trials happening across 7 Australian states and million of dollars being invested into these trials, our Autonomous Vehicles Summit 2018 will bring together transport stakeholders to explore the main challenges faced during the development, implementation and integration of autonomous vehicles into our transport system.
    With the autonomous vehicle market expected to be worth $87 billion by 2020, the conference will also cover:
    • The timelines, benefits and barriers to adoption for self-driving vehicles
    • Collaboratively working with stakeholders to develop clear standards, legislation and frameworks for the successful delivery of Autonomous Vehicle projects
    • Overcoming consumer concerns on safety, security and system reliability
    • Exploring the integration of autonomous and driver controlled vehicles across our transport system
    • Understanding the infrastructure and technology required to support autonomous vehicles across Australia’s transport system
  • 2 day event

August

  • 9
  • Homeward Bound with Jacob's Geospatial Scientist Mary-Ellen Feeney

    Castle Hill Library
    14 Pennant St, Castle Hill NSW 2154, Australia
    What do Antarctica, women in STEM and climate change have in common? In 2017, 80 women leaders from different science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) disciplines travelled to Antarctica for a symposium at sea about climate change, environmental stewardship, science policy and decision making. Mary-Ellen Feeney, a geospatial scientist with Jacobs Group (Australia), will discuss her participation in the unique Homeward Bound initiative as well as the extensive history spatial scientists have in Antarctica, from surveying and mapping unknown territories, through to using modern satellite imagery techniques and remotely piloted aircraft to survey remote communities of penguins and breaking ice shelves. This free event is part of Inspiring Australia’s Talking Science library speaker series. Bookings essential online.
  • 1 day event
    18:30 pm - 19:30 pm
  • 14
  • HxGN LOCAL HDS User Conference

    InterContinental Melbourne
    495 Collins St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

    Discover what's new and what's next in HDS technology with immersive sessions and a day dedicated to learning, led by Leica Geosystems experts.

    The HDS User Conference is designed to deliver a new experience for all attendees from Australia and New Zealand.

    Together with our partners C.R. Kennedy and Global Survey the HDS User Conference will bring together Leica Geosystem HDS users in a community environment where they'll access training sessions, learn about our latest innovations, listen to best practices from industry and experience live demos of the latest HDS technology and solutions.

    The HDS User Conference features insightful keynote addresses, customer success stories and HDS dedicated group training sessions. Discover and test-drive new, innovative hardware and software solutions that will improve the performance, speed, workflows and efficiency across your organisation.

    SEE AGENDA

    Reasons to attend:

    • Experience the latest solutions that will help you compete and win in today's dynamic environment
    • Learn about reality capture hardware and software solutions and how to be more efficient and productive
    • Leica Geosystems will unveil several new innovations and attendees will get a first-hand look at the latest technology advancements
    • Experience hands-on demonstrations and training to improve your workflows
    • Learn from and network with peers across industries

    What’s included in your registration:

    • Two days filled with informative sessions and networking opportunities plus a dedicated day to learning
    • Evening welcome cocktail reception
    • Post-conference access to training material and presentations
    • Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea catering
    • Delegate bags

    NOTE: We ask that you select your preferred training session time when registering. Simply choose from the four session times available, per workshop. This helps us manage classroom numbers to ensure we provide you with quality training sessions and you will have the opportunity to attend each topic throughout day two of the conference.

    Day two- August 15

    Workshop sessions and timings

    Maximising 3DReshaper 9am - 10:30am I 11am- 12:30pm I 1:30pm-3:00pm I 3:30pm-5:00pm

    Advanced data management and registration workflow 9am - 10:30am I 11am- 12:30pm I 1:30pm-3:00pm I 3:30pm-5:00pm

    Creating diverse deliverables: optimising the latest Leica HDS software updates to transform point cloud data into value- added deliverables 9am - 10:30am I 11am- 12:30pm I 1:30pm-3:00pm I 3:30pm-5:00pm BIM workflow 9am - 10:30am I 11am- 12:30pm I 1:30pm-3:00pm I 3:30pm-5:00pm

    Visit the event page for more information If you have any questions about the HDS User Conference, training sessions, or assistance regarding registration, please contact:

    Tamara Stakic Marketing Manager [email protected] T: +61 3 9914 2262

  • 2 day event
  • 17
  • Australia and New Zealand MAGNET User Conference

    The Westin Hotel, Heritage Ballroom
    1 Martin Pl, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
    Position Partners and Topcon are proud to present the MAGNET Conference on the 17th of August 2018 at the Heritage Ballroom, The Westin Hotel, 1 Martin Place Sydney. This conference will provide attendees with a full breakdown and demonstration of the latest updates to the MAGNET software. Attendees will also get the opportunity to learn how they can use MAGNET Office to improve efficiency and productivity. Members of the Topcon MAGNET research and development team will be on site to discuss and present upcoming developments and address any challenges end-users may be experiencing, to help with achieving the overall outcomes of improving efficiency within the software. Throughout the conference, Position Partners national MAGNET support team will give MAGNET software users the opportunity to participate in three punchy classroom sessions and multiple workshops targeted towards specific features of the software. Attendees will also have access to MAGNET Office support desks and Tips and Tricks segments. This event will be assessed for CPD points:
    State Number of CPD Points
    NSW 6.5
    WA 1
    VIC 2
    Tickets to the MAGNET Conference are:
    • $300 + GST each
    • Early bird rate of $200 + GST each if registered by 13 July 2018
    To book accommodation for the duration of the conference at The Westin Hotel, call 02 8223 1111. To view the agenda, click here. To register for the upcoming National MAGNET Conference, please see below.   Speakers at the National MAGNET Conference: Barkley Hensley, Senior Product Manager for MAGNET Office Products, Topcon Positioning Group Barkley Hensley has been involved in the surveying industry for 30 plus years and has been employed by Topcon since 2007. Prior to Topcon, Hensley was the director of technical support for a software company in the land surveying industry and has been a licensed land surveyor since 1990. Graeme Hetet, Technical Support Manager, Position Partners (NZ) Graeme Hetet supports Position Partners New Zealander clients and Australia’s Position Partners Support Team in the everyday use of MAGNET Office. Hetet is based in New Zealand and has a Civil background with 22 years’ experience with CAD software – previously CivilCAD and, more recently, MAGNET Office. Jason Hallett, Vice President of Global Software Business Development, Topcon Positioning Group Jason Hallett has been employed by Topcon since 2007 and has been involved in the precise positioning industry for 30 years. Hallett’s main responsibilities include leading the MAGNET Systems business of the Topcon Positioning Group, focused on software solutions and services for the surveying and construction markets. Hallett was most recently the VP of Global Product Management at Topcon, is a licensed California Professional Land Surveyor (since 1999), has been awarded three patents with two more pending, holds a Certificate of Business Excellence from the Haas School of Business at U.C. Berkeley, holds a B.S. degree in Management, and holds an A.A. degree in Business. Garry MacPhail, Executive Director, Head of Geospatial Business, Position Partners Garry MacPhail is a qualified engineering surveyor and began his career with Hinco Engineering in 1984. Hinco were distribution agents for Topcon equipment in Western Australia. In 1989, Topcon established a direct sales office and Garry was appointed the State Manager for Western Australia. In 2000, he founded Stadia Instruments with Bernard Cecchele taking over the distribution of Topcon in WA. MacPhail was Company Director for eight years until Stadia Instruments combined with ABC laser, Laser Quip, Laser Beams and Ross Instruments to form Position Partners. Since the formation of Position Partners, MacPhail has held the role of State Manager for Western Australia and is also a member of the Position Partners Board. MacPhail has recently been appointed the head of Geospatial Business within Position Partners. Scott Wielt, Senior Manager of the MAGNET Product Management Team, Topcon Positioning Systems As Senior Manager of the MAGNET Product Management Team, Scott Wielt is responsible for defining and managing the innovation for the MAGNET system of solutions. Wielt has worked for Topcon Positioning Systems since 2013. He is responsible for the management of the Topcon Technical Partner Program which provides access to Topcon technology for software and hardware development partners. Wielt has been in the Geomatics Industry for more than 30 years and holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree from The Ohio State University, specializing in Geomatics. David Banks, Senior Application Specialist, Position Partners David Banks is a qualified survey technician who has been with Position Partners for seven years, although he started his career working in the field on T1 road projects around Sydney. Using his industry experience, Banks has had an interchangeable path with Position Partners, as he has been an integral member of the Campus and Support teams providing, training nationwide for all solutions with a focus around the MAGNET Suite. Banks has spent many years as the National MAGNET Office Support Manager building relationships with customers and Product Managers to aid their success. Banks is now servicing NSW as a Senior Application Specialist in the Position Partners Geospatial business. Greg Goodman, Professional Surveyor and Managing Director, LandTeam Australia Greg Goodman is a Registered Surveyor who graduated from the University of New South Wales in 1976. Goodman has been the President and Secretary of the Institution of Surveyors New South Wales and was an interim Board Member of the Surveying and Spatial Sciences Institute, Australia demonstrating both his standing in the profession and his commitment to the Surveying Profession in New South Wales and Australia. Goodman continues his professional involvement as Chairman of the Southern Group of the Institution of Surveyors NSW and through various public speaking and mentoring engagements. Goodman is a passionate envoy for the LandTeam business and its values, ethics and professionalism. Goodman believes in and supports the LandTeam human resource as an accomplished, innovative, loyal and vital team. He pursues and promotes excellence in customer service, client expectation, product control and product delivery whilst promoting work health safety, quality management, environmental safeguards and technology/innovation within the business. Greg’s current focus is the implementation of LandTeam 2018 – a strategic plan for growth. LandTeam is a multi-disciplined consulting firm of Surveyors, Engineers, Town Planners, Project Managers and Water/Sewer Servicing Co-ordinators employing 50 staff throughout Southern NSW.
  • 1 day event
  • 28
  • ITS Summit 2018

    ICC Sydney
    14 Darling Dr, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
    ITS Australia are pleased to announce the 2018 Australian Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) Summit will be hosted in partnership with Transport for New South Wales, and Roads and Maritime Services. The 6th Australian ITS Summit will bring together Australian and international executives from the emerging transport technology sector. Transport plays an essential role in any economy, whether moving people or freight. The combined pressure to provide better and more transport means that the opportunity to develop and deploy new technology, and technology-based transport improvements, are of great social and economic significance. With speakers and attendees from America, Asia Pacific, Europe, and Australia, combined with a strong industry exhibition, sponsorship, and government support, the Australian ITS Summit 2018 outcomes will have positive impacts locally and internationally. Ken Kanofski, Chief Executive Roads and Maritime Services said “Roads and Maritime Services is delighted to join together with ITS Australia to be the Premier Partner of the Intelligent Transport Systems Summit 2018. Our sponsorship of the Australian ITS Summit is a joint effort with Transport for NSW to contribute to the research, development, and delivery of initiatives which utilise ITS for the benefit of our customers. “The future and performance of the road network and our customers’ experience rests with how we better utilise new technologies. The Australian ITS Summit provides an important platform for the industry to share information and to enable us to be future ready in this global transport evolution.”
  • 2 day event

October

  • 2
  • 6th International FIG 3D Cadastre Workshop

    TU Delft
    Mekelweg 5, 2628 CC Delft, Netherlands
    The increasing complexity of infrastructures and densely built-up areas requires a proper registration of the legal status (private and public), which can only be provided to a limited extent by the existing 2D cadastral registrations. The registration of the legal status in complex 3D situations will be investigated under the header of 3D Cadastres. The Workshop on 3D Cadastres addresses developments in the following areas:
    • 3D Cadastre operational experiences (analysis, LADM based, learn from each other, discover gaps)
    • 3D Cadastre cost effective workflow for new / updated 3D parcels = 4D (part of whole chain: from planning / design / permit in 3D, to registration / use in 3D)
    • 3D Cadastre web-based dissemination (usability, man-machine interfaces, including mobile/AR)
    • Legal aspects for 3D Cadastre, best legal practises in various legislation systems Focus on large cities, including developing countries
    The intention is to also include the presentation of overview reports with the progress in the last years in four key areas of 3D Cadastres:
    • Legal framework 3D Cadastres
    • Initial registration of 3D parcels
    • 3D data management
    • Visualization, distribution and delivery of 3D parcels
  • 3 day event
  • 8
  • Pix4D User Workshop Melbourne

    CR Kennedy
    300 Lorimer St, Port Melbourne VIC 3207, Australia
    In partnership with our reseller C.R.Kennedy we are organizing a Pix4D User Workshop in Melbourne. This workshop is dedicated to professionals using photogrammetry, orthomosaics, 3D modelling and UAVs in their practice. During this in-person training, you will learn how to create accurate maps and models, as well as improve your results. This workshop is dedicated to professionals using photogrammetry, orthomosaics, 3D modelling and UAVs in their practice. During this in-person training, you will learn how to create accurate maps and models, as well as improve your results. Kickstart your workflow by learning about Pix4D's recommended best practices when capturing and processing your imagery. After completing the training you will be able to:
    • Design the best flight plan for a perfect image acquisition workflow
    • Extract the powerful benefits of our hybrid solution (mobile + cloud + desktop)
    • Improve your results
    • Identify best practices and share results with your stakeholders
    Tentative Agenda:

    Monday, October 8, 9:00 - 5:30 PM

    Lecture
    • About Pix4D: overview
    • The theory of photogrammetry: from images to 3D points
    • What can be obtained using Pix4D software: the outputs
    • Compatible third-party software
    • How to share results
    • Georeferencing, project accuracy, and ground control points
    • Best practices for image acquisition
    Exercises
    • Creating a new project in Pix4Dmapper Pro
    • Step 1: Initial processing and processing options
    • Step 2: Point cloud and mesh and processing options
    • Q&A session

    Tuesday, October 9, 9:00 - 5:00 PM

    Lecture
    • Pix4Dcapture: workflow and demo
    • Precision agriculture
    • Hardware recommendations
    • How to improve the processing time
    • How to handle large datasets
    • Analysing and interpreting the quality report
    • Future plans
    Exercises
    • Step 3: DSM and orthomosaic and processing options
    • Merging projects

     FAQs

    Q: What level of experience is the Workshop intended for? A: This workshop is geared towards beginner and intermediate users. It covers topics such as best practices for data acquisition and the different processing options. While the workshop can be attended without any previous exposure to Pix4D software, we recommend having processed at least 1 project to get the most out of the event. If you consider yourself an advanced user and you are interested in learning more about Pix4D software, please consider requesting a personal training by writing to [email protected] Q: What will be covered in the exercise sessions? A: We will cover the following topics
    • Creating a project
    • Adding Manual Tie Points/GCPs
    • Evaluating the quality of the project
    • Adding Scale Constraints
    • Merging 2 projects
    Q: Should I bring my drone? A: Do not bring your drone as there will be no time devoted to flying drones during the workshop. Q: Do I need a Pix4D software license to attend the workshop? A: It is not necessary that you own a Pix4D software license to attend the workshop. If you do not own a license, you will be provided with a temporary one for the duration of the workshop. Q: Should I bring my laptop to the User Workshop? We recommend that you bring a laptop so that you may follow along during the hands-on exercises. If you choose to bring your own laptop we recommend that it run Windows and comprise at least 16 GB RAM, 20 GB free hard drive space, and a GPU that supports OpenGL 3.2. Please install the latest version of Pix4D desktop on your computer before coming to the workshop. Make sure to open the software and login to activate your license. Computers will not be provided on the day of the workshop. Computers running Mac OS are not supported at this time. Q: Is lunch included in the Workshop price? A: Lunch, coffee/tea, snacks and water are included in the price. Q: Can I attend the workshop remotely by WebEx, phone, or conference call? A: The workshop may be attended in person and is not available for remote attendance Q: Are discounts available for educational institutions or non-profit organizations? A: We are unable to offer discounts for educational institutions or non-profit organizations. Q: Refund policy A: Orders may not be changed, modified, converted, or refunded once an order has been confirmed.
  • 2 day event
  • 11
  • Pix4D User Workshop Sydney

    CR Kennedy
    15 Bourke Rd, Mascot NSW 2020, Australia
    In partnership with our reseller C.R.Kennedy we are organizing a Pix4D User Workshop in Sydney. This workshop is dedicated to professionals using photogrammetry, orthomosaics, 3D modelling and UAVs in their practice. During this in-person training, you will learn how to create accurate maps and models, as well as improve your results. This workshop is dedicated to professionals using photogrammetry, orthomosaics, 3D modelling and UAVs in their practice. During this in-person training, you will learn how to create accurate maps and models, as well as improve your results. Kickstart your workflow by learning about Pix4D's recommended best practices when capturing and processing your imagery. After completing the training you will be able to:
    • Design the best flight plan for a perfect image acquisition workflow
    • Extract the powerful benefits of our hybrid solution (mobile + cloud + desktop)
    • Improve your results
    • Identify best practices and share results with your stakeholders
    Tentative Agenda:

    Thursday, October 11, 9:00 - 5:30 PM

    Lecture
    • About Pix4D: overview
    • The theory of photogrammetry: from images to 3D points
    • What can be obtained using Pix4D software: the outputs
    • Compatible third-party software
    • How to share results
    • Georeferencing, project accuracy, and ground control points
    • Best practices for image acquisition
    Exercises
    • Creating a new project in Pix4Dmapper Pro
    • Step 1: Initial processing and processing options
    • Step 2: Point cloud and mesh and processing options
    • Q&A session

    Friday, October 12, 9:00 - 5:00 PM

    Lecture
    • Pix4Dcapture: workflow and demo
    • Precision agriculture
    • Hardware recommendations
    • How to improve the processing time
    • How to handle large datasets
    • Analysing and interpreting the quality report
    • Future plans
    Exercises
    • Step 3: DSM and orthomosaic and processing options
    • Merging projects

     FAQs

    Q: What level of experience is the Workshop intended for? A: This workshop is geared towards beginner and intermediate users. It covers topics such as best practices for data acquisition and the different processing options. While the workshop can be attended without any previous exposure to Pix4D software, we recommend having processed at least 1 project to get the most out of the event. If you consider yourself an advanced user and you are interested in learning more about Pix4D software, please consider requesting a personal training by writing to [email protected] Q: What will be covered in the exercise sessions? A: We will cover the following topics
    • Creating a project
    • Adding Manual Tie Points/GCPs
    • Evaluating the quality of the project
    • Adding Scale Constraints
    • Merging 2 projects
    Q: Should I bring my drone? A: Do not bring your drone as there will be no time devoted to flying drones during the workshop. Q: Do I need a Pix4D software license to attend the workshop? A: It is not necessary that you own a Pix4D software license to attend the workshop. If you do not own a license, you will be provided with a temporary one for the duration of the workshop. Q: Should I bring my laptop to the User Workshop? We recommend that you bring a laptop so that you may follow along during the hands-on exercises. If you choose to bring your own laptop we recommend that it run Windows and comprise at least 16 GB RAM, 20 GB free hard drive space, and a GPU that supports OpenGL 3.2. Please install the latest version of Pix4D desktop on your computer before coming to the workshop. Make sure to open the software and login to activate your license. Computers will not be provided on the day of the workshop. Computers running Mac OS are not supported at this time. Q: Is lunch included in the Workshop price? A: Lunch, coffee/tea, snacks and water are included in the price. Q: Can I attend the workshop remotely by WebEx, phone, or conference call? A: The workshop may be attended in person and is not available for remote attendance Q: Are discounts available for educational institutions or non-profit organizations? A: We are unable to offer discounts for educational institutions or non-profit organizations. Q: Refund policy A: Orders may not be changed, modified, converted, or refunded once an order has been confirmed.
  • 2 day event

November

  • 13
  • Ozri 2018 – Sydney

    Hilton Sydney
    488 George St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

    Australian Esri User Conference

    Ozri will bring more than 500 of the world’s brightest spatial minds – together with Australia’s own local user community – to Sydney to showcase the latest ArcGIS innovations from around the globe. In addition to a program packed with compelling user presentations and multiple conference streams, the event will feature a dynamic exhibition area of 'TechHubs', where you’ll find extraordinary technical demonstrations, new product launches and hands-on learning experiences.

    Conference highlights

    • International keynote presentations
    • Hands-on access to new technology
    • Local and international user presentations
    • Networking opportunities
    • Q & A with ArcGIS experts
    • New insight into best practice
  • 1 day event
    8:00 am - 18:00 pm
  • 16
  • Ozri 2018 – Brisbane

    Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre
    Merivale St & Glenelg St, South Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia

    Australian Esri User Conference

    Ozri will bring more than 500 of the world’s brightest spatial minds – together with Australia’s own local user community – to Sydney to showcase the latest ArcGIS innovations from around the globe. In addition to a program packed with compelling user presentations and multiple conference streams, the event will feature a dynamic exhibition area of 'TechHubs', where you’ll find extraordinary technical demonstrations, new product launches and hands-on learning experiences.

    Conference highlights

    • International keynote presentations
    • Hands-on access to new technology
    • Local and international user presentations
    • Networking opportunities
    • Q & A with ArcGIS experts
    • New insight into best practice
  • 1 day event
    9:00 am - 19:00 pm
  • 20
  • FOSS4G SotM Oceania

    University of Melbourne, Old Arts Building
    College Cres, Parkville VIC 3052, Australia
    For the first time, the FOSS4G and OpenStreetMap communities of Australia, New Zealand, and Oceania are gathering for 4 incredible days of exploring open source geospatial tech & open data. This event will include a full day of workshops, a 2 day conference, a community day, and social events in the vibrant, yet laid back city of Melbourne. Come join us to learn about the latest tech, share stories, and meet like-minded people from across our fascinating region!

    WORKSHOPS

    November 20, 2018

    Get your hands dirty, and learn by doing, during hands-on sessions and practical courses.

    CONFERENCE

    November 21-22, 2018

    Attend or present at an amazing conference, filled with multiple thematic tracks, keynotes, tech talks, social events and more.

    COMMUNITY DAY

    November 23, 2018

    Get involved! Give back to your favourite open source projects at the code sprint, or attend the mapathon and participate in the world's largest collaborative mapping project.
     
  • 4 day event
  • 21
  • Ozri 2018 – Melbourne

    Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
    1 Convention Centre Pl, South Wharf VIC 3006, Australia

    Australian Esri User Conference

    Ozri will bring more than 500 of the world’s brightest spatial minds – together with Australia’s own local user community – to Sydney to showcase the latest ArcGIS innovations from around the globe. In addition to a program packed with compelling user presentations and multiple conference streams, the event will feature a dynamic exhibition area of 'TechHubs', where you’ll find extraordinary technical demonstrations, new product launches and hands-on learning experiences.

    Conference highlights

    • International keynote presentations
    • Hands-on access to new technology
    • Local and international user presentations
    • Networking opportunities
    • Q & A with ArcGIS experts
    • New insight into best practice
  • 1 day event
    8:00 am - 18:00 pm
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