THE COUNTDOWN IS ON…
There are just over 9 weeks left before the industry converges on Melbourne for 3 days of presentations, showcases on the latest products/services, celebration at APSEA and networking at the Locate16 Conference.
The Conference will feature 4 streams (Build, Prosper, Protect and Sustain) with leading professionals and researchers presenting their latest projects on how technology is disrupting the way we live, work and play. To view the Locate16 program and to read the speaker abstracts and bios, please CLICK HERE.
Early Bird Registration to attend Locate16 is open
Now is the time to register for Locate16 with Early Bird Registrations now open. You can secure your discounted rate until 29 February or CLICK HERE to book now.
Build: Dr Walter Hesse, we-do-IT
Abstract Title: Integrating GIS with SAP-ERP Mobility
GIS are crucial for utility/telco network Data Quality Assurance of Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) information maintained traditionally in a-spatial form, for example in SAP-ERP Enterprise Resource Planning applications like office bound Plant Maintenance (PM), Multi-Resource-Scheduling (MRS) and the offline WorkManager modules.
Recently we-do-IT® completed a very large ERP Mobility project at AusNet Services successfully, by enabling 2,500+ in-house staff and external contractors, setting a new global innovative benchmark of GIS/SAP integration and scale-ability for both office and remote workers. READ MORE
Prosper: Lukas Divis, MapData Services
Abstract Title: Indoor Positioning and Mapping of High Value Assets
Throughout the world, organisations with vast fleets of mobile or portable assets such as equipment and machinery are turning to location technology to better manage the property within their premises.
Recent advances in indoor mapping are making capabilities such as asset tracking and resource monitoring a reality within buildings and complexes, and indoor tracking is fast becoming an essential resource management tool for businesses who need to know the exact location of their mobile equipment and infrastructure. READ MORE
Protect: Frazer Wilson, Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning
Abstract Title: Using Maps to Successfully Display Complex Bushfire Behaviour Attributes in Victoria
Bushfire information is most useful when it can be communicated to land managers and practitioners. The Department of Land, Environment, Water and Planning (DELWP) has developed Bushfire Risk Profile reporting for municipalities to pull together information derived form complex bushfire modelling for the first time.
It’s success required the science to be easily communicated, easily understood and available for land managers decision making. READ MORE
Sustain: David Simon, Geoscience Australia
Abstract Title: Big Data Capture – A LIDAR perspective
Collecting big data that are measured in the size of terabytes is a challenging and time consuming task. Geoscience Australia has worked on capturing flood plain LIDAR over key river areas in the Murray Darling Basin over the last 3 years.
The survey areas were the largest attempted in Australia and with this brought challenges and issues not seen in the smaller scale capture work undertaken by Geoscience Australia and commercial LIDAR Suppliers within Australia.