Mapped Out 2015
The 10th Mapped Out Conference was held on Thursday 12 November 2015 at Charles Sturt University in Wagga Wagga.
85 people attended the Conference to find out the latest information in Spatial Data. Mapped Out once again highlighted the diversity of applications for spatial data, geographic information systems and their supporting technologies. Guest speakers with local and national experience showcased the use of spatial data to enhance the operation and delivery of government services.
The Conference was once again organised by REROC and the Riverina Spatial Information Group (RivSIG).
To download a copy of the Speaker presentations, please click on their name below:
- Peter Florent, Department of Human Services - Impact of addressing standards on delivery of Commonwealth payments and services
- Tony Gill, NSW Office of Environment & Heritage - Mapping changes in vegetation cover in NSW: location, timing and causes
- Rob Owers and Andrew Haley, Wagga Wagga City Council - The power of mobile mapping means reduced trenching disasters for Wagga Wagga City Council
- Aparna Lal, National Centre for Geographic Resources & Analysis in Primary Health Care (GRAPHC) - Enabling Location Privacy without loss of Location Accuracy
- Peter Holt, Department of Planning & Environment - e-Planning: Progress to date and challenges ahead
- Michael Haines, VANZI - The role of the Spatial Surveyor in creating the digital built environment
- Suzie Holbery and Michael Leane, Riverina Local Land Services - Aerial survey with 4K Ultra-HD and Radiometric infrared camera technology modernizes vertebrate pest monitoring in the River
- Margie Smith, Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet, Data Policy - NationalMap (NM) and Government Data as a Service
- Stephanie Mooney, Land and Property Information - NSW Open Data Policy delivering the most up-to-date spatial and aspatial information in the most efficient and effective way