APSEALIVE: The APSEAs go virtual

By on 13 May, 2020

The 2020 Asia-Pacific Spatial Excellence Awards go virtual with APSEALIVE.

Like many events in the age of Covid, the Asia-Pacific Spatial Excellence Awards will be moving online later this month.

SSSI & SIBA|GITA are urging the spatial and surveying industries to celebrate from home or the office this year, making the event black tie and gown, and pants, optional.

The virtual event kicks off at 4:30pm AEST on Thursday 28 May.

Held each year in conjunction with the Locate Conference, the APSEAs celebrate the achievements of top spatial information enterprises and individuals, showcasing the finest projects and most significant performance of professionals the surveying and spatial industry has to offer. Projects and individuals attaining recognition through this program are deemed to be outstanding achievers in their field.

With Locate postponed until next March 2021, the awards had to find a new home. Aptly renamed to APSEALIVE just for this year, the ceremony will be held via Zoom which you can log onto and watch from any device.  There is no cost to attend however registration is required.

APSEALIVE times:
NSW, QLD, VIC, ACT and TAS: 4:30pm
SA & NT: 4:00pm
WA: 2:30pm

In a statement, the organisers sought to thank the industry during this turbulent time for the ongoing support that is being shown.

If you are interested, you can register for the APSEALIVE virtual event by clicking here.

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