Position 105 out now

By on 10 March, 2020

The 2019/2020 Australian bushfires as viewed from the ISS. Image via Wikimedia Commons.

The latest edition of Position magazine has been sent to subscribers.

What a summer — some might call it a watershed. It already feels like so much has happened since the stories for this issue were written — another indicator of how quickly the world we live in is changing.

In addition to the latest in new products and industry news, there are a range of detailed features in the first issue of Position for 2020:

Martin Tomko, Sisi Zlatanova, Maurits van der Vlugt and Lew Ash address the critical issue of precise communication capacity in spatial tools for crisis response in the wake of the horrific bushfires that ravaged Australia.

Petra Hemholz of Curtin University gives us the inside line on the new tool that’s changing the diagnosis of rare disease with laser scanning technology and change detection algorithms.

SSSI and Locate20’s Roshni Sharma sits down with the Open Geospatial Consortium’s new CEO Dr. Nadine Alameh for a Q&A.

Jon Fairall examines the examines the outsized impact that proposed changes to the tax offset for research and development will have on Australian SMEs.

Geoscience Australia’s Nicholas Brown briefs us on updates to the Australian Geospatial Reference System.

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