American Red Cross: a best-practice open data framework
Ozri 2018 international guest presenters American Red Cross share insights into their global open data movement to share internal data and systems with other agencies and the public.
Citizen engagement drives the next phase of smart cities
The traditional roles of government, businesses and citizens are evolving as smart city initiatives tap into the collective intelligence of empowered citizens.
Location-based analytics in action
Mapping a robust smart city nervous system
Australia's government and telcos have turned to GIS technology to underpin a new strategic smart city priority: submarine cables: connecting people and keeping smart apps online.
Australia's open platform one-call solution
A new one-call solution maintains data security, keeps an audit trail and leverages an open platform to drive innovation in underground asset protection solutions.
When metres matter most – moving to GDA2020
When Australia’s Geocentric Datum (GDA94) was last re-set, a heart-pounding moment on the rugby field highlighted the difference a metre can make. Peter Lambert outlines the steps to be on your best game when it comes to GDA2020.
Learn how wide-scale, high-res 3D textured mesh and DSM of Australia’s major cities can equip you for critical planning conversations and improved collaboration when launching major infrastructure projects.
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Emerging data and practices for data-driven business
Learn how emerging datasets add value to your analysis workflows, and see how traditional datasets are being integrated into ArcGIS in real time to give up-to-date information on property value, weather and human movement.
World-first bushfire risk tech helping save lives
ACT ESA Commissioner Dominic Lane launches the Auto Bushfire Attack Level (BAL) tool at the nation’s largest emergency services conference of the year – helping community members better prepare for bushfires across the country.