One GIS conference – three convenient locations
Ozri is the biggest gathering of GIS professionals in Australia – this year taking place across three cities: Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.
The conference features leading speakers and an exciting discussion program, offering an unparalleled opportunity to experience the latest ideas and trends in the field of GIS and smart mapping first-hand.
Where geospatial is really happening
Tap into a diverse network of geospatial professionals to learn the latest and find new collaboration opportunities.
Meet our in-house experts and learn about new developments in GIS technology, see demonstrations and explore successful applications by some of Australia’s leading proponents of location-based analytics.
Pre-event training courses – exclusive to Ozri 2017
Brush up on your ArcGIS skills before Ozri and sign up for a day of training prior to the event in each city. Seats are limited so make sure to book your spot early.
If you would like to redeem your LSU or EA credits for an Ozri 2017 registration, please contact us directly.
This course helps experienced GIS users get comfortable with the ArcGIS Pro application and visualise 2D and 3D data in distinct detail. Understanding ArcGIS Pro is invaluable for those organisations who are looking to take desktop further.
You will cover the following:
An introduction to ArcGIS Pro including creating a project, using help and explore tools
Visualise and view symbolised 2D data
Visualise 3D data and how to work with 3D scenes
Spatial analyses are important for understanding spatial relationships between features and providing insights into why certain patterns or trends occur where they do. This information can be invaluable for informing management plans and making decisions on how to approach future goals.
This session will cover:
The use of descriptive statistics to visualise and quantify the structure of a data set, both geographically and with statistical summaries.
Regression analyses and how to decide which predictive analysis is most appropriate according to the descriptive statistical results.
Interpolation techniques, which takes dispersed spatial information and assigns predictive values between them to create an interpolated visual surface
By the end of this course, you will be able to perform appropriate statistical analyses, interpret those results and use them appropriately to make decisions.
This session introduces attendees to the 3 different entry points available for extending ArcGIS Pro’s
default user interface. You will cover the following:
Extensibility options via UI (user interface) accessible Settings, plus the fundamentals of working with Tasks to create user specific workflows
Automation options through Geoprocessing and Python scripting. This session will cover how python scripting may be used within Pro.
UI customisation options via the Pro .Net SDK. This session will introduce students to extensibility options available via creation of Pro .Net Addins and Configurations
Thinking about extending Pro but don’t know what’s possible? This is the session for you!
This course prepares you to work with Insights for ArcGIS to dynamically visualise and analyse data from multiple sources on maps, charts, tables, and more. You will learn how to define a workflow to investigate a spatial problem, interactively apply analysis tools, and share your insights across the enterprise. You will cover the following:
Add data to a page, visualise patterns and relationships and use the Group By function
Prepare the data for Insights for ArcGIS and share work through Portal
Use Insights for ArcGIS to perform spatial aggregation, regression analysis and create histogram and scatterplots.