Positioning the nation for a brighter future
Across the globe, organisations are embracing a geographic approach to collaboration, solving complex problems, and creating a sustainable future.
Underpinned by geospatial infrastructure, this approach supports multi-objective solutions and transforms organisations and communities to focus on solutions for a better tomorrow.
At Locate22, Esri Founder and President, Jack Dangermond shared his vision for an integrated geospatial infrastructure, while Snowy Hydro demonstrated the lessons learned from using digital engineering in what’s become known as the southern hemisphere’s largest pumped hydro mega project.
From the conference
At Locate22, Esri Founder and President, Jack Dangermond puts the spotlight on how GIS enables integrating institutions across the world to address challenges wholistically to ensure a more sustainable future.
Location in action
While a new UN report on climate change notes the window for success against global warming is rapidly shrinking, the challenges are not insurmountable. Read how global collaboration and geospatial technologies can support climate action.
Explore the latest in geospatial tech
Digital twins are abstracting and modelling the world around us. Find out how this capability is optimising operational efficiencies, and enhancing decision-making.
See how global innovators are transforming the way the built environment is visualised to deliver smarter infrastructure design.
See inside Energy Queensland's first-of-its-kind digital transformation at the 2022 Esri User Conference. Capturing a network of 24 million features, the ArcGIS Utility Network provides a digital twin of above and below ground assets from solar, hydro to traditional power sources.
See inside Fremantle Ports' state-of-the-art digital 3D replica of the port's inner harbour. The application integrates 3D static models, near real-time camera feeds, bathymetric and AIS data to communicate vital information to stakeholders across the business.