Surveying & Spatial Sciences Institute Queensland Conference 2018

When:
23 August, 2018 @ 2:17 am – 24 August, 2018 @ 3:17 am
2018-08-23T02:17:00+10:00
2018-08-24T03:17:00+10:00
Where:
Brisbane City Hall
City Hall
64 Adelaide St, Brisbane City QLD 4000
Australia
Contact:
SSSI Queensland
07 3371 5059
Surveying & Spatial Sciences Institute Queensland Conference 2018 @ Brisbane City Hall | Brisbane City | Queensland | Australia

OVERVIEW

The Surveying and Spatial Sciences Institute proudly invites you to participate in the prestigious Surveying & Spatial Sciences Institute Queensland Conference 2018 (formally known as QSSC).

Being held at Brisbane City Hall from 23-24 August 2018, the SSSI Qld Conference 2018 is a unique platform for members of the surveying & spatial community to network, share ideas and learn about innovations and industry advancements. The theme this year is:

SPATIAL INNOVATION FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS

REGISTRATIONS ARE NOW OPEN – for further information please go to the CONFERENCE WEBSITE
To view Draft Program CLICK HERE
Key Note Speakers include:
Peter Blanch, Brisbane Lions Football Club, speaking on GPS Player Tracking
Sisi Zlatanova, University of NSW, speaking on 3D Spatial Modelling
Jimmy Scott, Queensland Reconstruction Authority, speaking on Post Disaster Resilience and Recovery through Location Intelligence
Jeff Portwain, Gruntify/GIS People, speaking on Innovative Projects
Steve Jacoby, Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy, speaking on Transformation
Stefan Hrabar, DATA61 | CSIRO, speaking on Hovermap and collision avoidance/ autonomous flight

We hope to see you at this event, which is the Queensland’s Surveying & Spatial Sciences industries major highlight for the year.

Please contact the SSSI Queensland Office if you have any questions on 07 3371 5059 or email.

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