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Watch how Queensland Fire and Emergency Services Air Operations Unit captured rapid high-resolution drone imagery to identify damage to homes in Springfield Lakes, inform disaster recovery plans and support community response.
Locals living in croc country can help QPWS track crocodiles using the new QWildlife app developed with Esri technology. Sightings are reported by the public, verified by rangers and shared on a public-facing map to ensure updated information is available to anyone using the waterways.
Delve into the thriving and diverse creative communities of Sydney's Northern Beaches with this live map of cultural resources.
The Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) helped Queenslanders understand and prepare for the bushfire risk in their neighborhoods by checking their post code.
Discover how North East Water replaced an aging technology stack with a real-world model of the water network - democratising vital data, improving water outage management and supporting a mobile workforce.
Find out how Beach Energy implemented a GIS-driven digital transformation strategy to create efficiencies, improve data management and support their rapid growth trajectory.
Gov Tech Review goes behind-the-scenes of AIHW's award-winning project to map vital suicide and self-harm data and statistics across Australian communities. These insights are used to inform evidence-based support services that save lives.