How lucky are those who get to work with GIS in Local Government?!
What other organisation applies GIS to such a diverse range of disciplines?
In the latest iteration of this highly popular seminar series, join us to hear yet another broad range of topics involving applications of GIS in Local Government.
Come along to learn, share and network with SA Councils about all things spatial.
(subject to change)
Andrew Craig, Rhyss Cook and Joe Fan, City of Tea Tree Gully
The GIS journey – Improvement, implementation, integration and mobility
Eugene Lamnek, GeoIT Solutions
Reporting and Measuring Bushfire Mitigation Work – Software Pilot
Discover the uses and functions of the pilot Treatment Reporting System (TRS) for storing and managing bushfire mitigation tasks.
Jeremy Miller, AdaptWest Regional Coordinator, Climate Change Adaptation
Collaborative projects using Remote Sensing and Lidar
Recent collaborations between State Government (DPTI) and Councils, such as the Adapt West and Resilient South projects, have acquired products derived from remote sensing and lidar. Hear how this type of data is being applied in various ways and the benefits gained through collaboration.
Brief updates from our Level 1 Seminar Sponsors
SEMINAR PROGRAM Contd.
Hugh Round, City of Salisbury
Using ArcGIS to drive business work flows
Planning, set-up and public event maps & Tree Planting Programme
Sam Fulton and Russell King, City of Mitcham
Asset Renewal Modelling: From Spreadsheets to Spatial
Georgie Cassar, City of Port Adelaide Enfield
GIS in Works Management Processes
From creating a customer request to a closing a work order: How are various Councils incorporating spatial data at the different stages of their work management processes? This session reports the findings of a quick survey of Councils.
Karen Hansen, Locatable Solutions
How to get the most out of State and National Open Data Portals
City of Tea Tree Gully 571 Montague Road Modbury, SA 5092