Australia-wide GIS roadshow, Directions LIVE, dates announced

By on 17 March, 2015

Directions Live

Esri Australia’s Directions LIVE – Australia’s largest travelling GIS roadshow – is coming to a city near you.

This year, a selection of ArcGIS experts will visit nine cities around the country, showcasing the latest developments across the platform to help professionals maximise the full potential of GIS technology.

A number of users will also take to the stage to reveal how their organisations are using the technology to boost efficiencies and streamline operations.

The dates and locations for Directions LIVE 2015 have now been announced, and are as follows:

  • Adelaide: Tuesday 28 April
  • Perth: Thursday 30 April
  • Melbourne: Monday 4 May
  • Townsville: Monday 4 May
  • Sydney: Wednesday 6 May
  • Canberra: Wednesday 6 May
  • Brisbane: Friday 8 May
  • Hobart: Friday 8 May
  • Darwin: Tuesday 12 May

Registration for this event is free to Esri users.

To register for your local Directions LIVE event and to view the 2015 program, visit the Esri Australia website.

Directions LIVE is part of the Esri Australia Directions Events Series – a year-long program of seminars, conferences, webinars and tutorials. You can view the 2014 Directions LIVE presentations here.

You may also like to read:

, , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,


Sign up now to stay up to date about all the news from Spatial Source. You will get a newsletter every week with the latest news.

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.
Trimble adds Ecobot to GIS partner program
Ecobot's environmental regulatory apps now incorporate preci...
Fugro, EOMAP sign on to ‘4S’ satellite seafloor mapping project
The 4S project will build a cloud-based, automated Earth obs...
Adaptation to Covid-19 to drive digital twin uptake: report
Covid-19 will accelerate expansion of digital twin and smart...
CASA drone registration deadline looms
RPAs flown commercially must be registered with CASA by Janu...
Phase One launches PAS 880
Phase One Industrial brings a new large-format nadir and obl...