Spatial Information Day program now available

By on 8 July, 2014

Adelaide Conference Centre

The program for the Spatial Information Day 2014 – the Spatial Information Conference of South Australia, which will be held at the Adelaide Convention Centre on the 29th August 2014 – is now available.

Spatial Information Day is South Australia’s premiere event for the surveying and spatial sector, their partners and collaborators, clients and suppliers. This year’s conference will comprise of the following streams:

  • Big Data
  • Property and Assets
  • Engineering Surveying
  • Executive Development
  • Land Surveying
  • Using Spatial Technology
  • Careers and Education
  • Innovative Use of Data
  • Business and Location

As well as several short ‘Rapid Fire’ sessions under the themes ‘Land Management’ and ‘Technology Solutions.’

The SID2014 Exhibition will showcase products and services relevant to all facets of the industry as well as providing invaluable networking opportunities.

The conference will also host the Gala Dinner and SA Spatial Excellence Awards (SASEAs), which celebrate exceptional leadership and innovation in the spatial sector.  Award winners are entered into the prestigious Asia Pacific Spatial Excellence Awards (APSEAs) for 2015.

Name: Spatial Information Day 2014

Time: All day

Date: 29 August 2014

Venue: Adelaide Convention Centre

Address: North Terrace, Adelaide SA 5000

Cost: $370

Event Website: http://www.spatialinformationday.org.au/

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