SSSi regional conference: Crossing the Great Divide

By on 22 October, 2013


SSSi has announced its Spatial Networking – Crossing the Great Divide NSW Regional Conference 2013 and Annual Dinner, to be held on Friday 15 November and Saturday 16 November 2013 in Bathurst at the Rydges Mount Panorama.

The theme of this year’s conference ‘Spatial Networking – Crossing the Great Divide’ will focus on how surveying and spatial science professionals work together, the crossing of the professions.

Friday’s presentations will include opening presentations by Des Mooney and Paul Harcombe from LPI, along with the SSSI President John Trinder, ISNSW Past President Graeme Stewart, and MSIA President Elect Trisha Moriarty.

These will then be followed by presentations on Spatial Data on the Web, Spatial Mix and Cadastral Surveying by LPI.

Saturday’s Presentations will be on GIS & Engineering, Mapping & Engineering, Imagery, Surveying & Certification.

In addition to the conference, NSW Land & Property Information are offering 2 free tours through its offices. To book online, visit  the SSSi event page.

Please view the conference program [pdf] for full details of speakers and abstracts.

SSSi members can earn up to 15 CPD points from this event.

Early bird registrations close 1 November, so register now.

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