Vendor focus: FrontierSI

By on 18 April, 2022

In the lead up to the Locate conference and exhibition in Canberra in May, we’ll be highlighting some of the vendors you’ll be able to meet… their work, their products and their scheduled Locate presentations and/or activities.

This week, the Vendor Focus spotlight is on FrontierSI.


FrontierSI, a not-for-profit company, delivers major benefits for government, academia, industry and the community using our deep expertise in space and spatial technologies, including positioning, geodesy, Earth observation, analytics, data infrastructures and standards.

We have a well-established collaboration framework built on trust and a track record of successful and impactful project delivery. Our partnership model enables us to draw on broad capabilities spanning Australia and New Zealand so we can build the ideal partnerships to solve your most complex spatial challenges.

Our history and experience set us apart from any other organisation in Australia and New Zealand — we have played a key role in the conception of initiatives including the National Positioning Infrastructure and the National Data Elevation Framework, whilst building Australia’s spatial capacity through our role in the 2026 Agenda.

At Locate22 we will showcase partner based collaborative research and innovation projects such as Ginan Analysis Centre Software Toolkit, market studies on Digital Earth Australia and automation of Victoria’s Vegetation Mapping Through Machine Learning initiative.

Come and see us at Booth 31 located next to Locate22 host, Geoscience Australia, or email FrontierSI’s Head of Partner Engagement, Paula Fievez, at to learn more.

Information supplied by FrontierSI

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