Custom analytics, point clustering & more
Following the Grenfell Tower disaster, Australian councils are conducting fire cladding audits to identify risk. A common operating picture is essential for completing surveys quickly and accurately.
Marked by rapid advances in technology, 2017 was an exciting year in the geospatial world. Gordon Sumerling shares his highlights of the past 12 months and looks at trends in the year ahead.
With most websites now viewed on mobile devices, map designers are finding new ways to convey spatial information. Is it possible to deliver a fulfilling user experience without showing a map?
The most successful leaders in digital transformation are equipped with the tools and resources to help them make decisions and effect change that improves efficiency, performance and profitability.
When it comes to rolling out a new GIS, there are a handful of pitfalls that can derail the best-laid plans. Find out how to avoid them with these essential tips.
Following the Grenfell Tower disaster, Australian councils are mapping their cities to identify at-risk buildings. See how Esri technology is fast-tracking surveys to deliver accurate results.
A global announcement by SAP and Esri enhances performance and scalability by integrating enterprise and geospatial data into core business processes.
Cherie Muleh of Harris Geospatial shares how in-depth knowledge of advanced geospatial analytics, machine learning, and remotely sensed data drives smarter city planning.
Wednesday 21 February 1.30pm (AEDT)
The Ozri 2018 Call for Papers is now open. Submit an abstract by 20 April and showcase your innovative use of GIS with Australian and international industry experts this November.