If data scientists analyse data to uncover insights that help improve bottom lines, then what have GIS professionals been doing for years?
8 lessons from BP’s global GIS digital transformation strategy
With a small budget and only five people working to start the platform, BP implemented a global enterprise GIS that enables greater collaboration, deeper insights and faster decision making.
Location-based analytics in action
The GIS technology solution tracking criminals on the move
As border security hits the headlines as a critical global issue, US Border Patrol uses GIS technology to monitor, track and apprehend drug traffickers and illegal aliens across vast distances.
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.
Interactive maps tell the story behind property price slumps
The insights gained from an interactive property price map could help house hunters more accurately choose the best areas in which to buy a house closest to the city for long term gains.
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.
Ozri Encore – Building a platform for government and community
See how quick and easy it is to create an ArcGIS Hub site to convey key smart city initiatives through open data sharing and collaboration.
Thursday 13 December 12.30pm (AEDT)
Ozri Encore – Put the user at the heart of your apps
Don’t miss this Ozri encore: a developer’s guide to UX and mapping. Learn how to incorporate users’ needs plus your goals to create more effective apps.