Explore how GIS technology is used by community members and their leaders to make a difference for industries across Australia.
The Gov Tech Review reports on two internationally-recognised, award-winning geospatial technology projects, for improving access to digital government services.
ABC documentary series 'The Poles Revealed' leverages stunning and highly accurate maps developed using the ArcGIS Maps for Creative Cloud plug-in.
Mike King joined Channel Nine's Liz Hayes and a panel of Australian law enforcement experts to map and examine the infamous case of Mr Cruel using GIS technology.
The Educator magazine shares the story of Lani Raghavan, a graduate from Wavell State High School who was recognised on the world stage for her StoryMap highlighting land cover change at Cylinder Beach.
Utility Magazine explores the digital transformation undertaken by DBYD to launch its NextGen referral service - delivered in July 2021 in partnership with Esri Australia and Deloitte Consulting.
Channel Nine's Weekend Today goes behind-the-scenes of the 3-year investigation and ultimate take-down of the Zion Society cult with investigator, Mike King.
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.
Dr Kathryn Sullivan joined Channel 7's Sunrise to share how her penchant for exploration shaped an incredible career harnessing the power of environmental intelligence to solve global challenges.
Crime Stoppers Australia shares how parents and children can reduce their risk and stay safe from predators - with advice from criminal investigator and creator of the Mapping Evil podcast - Mike King.
Spatial Source offer their take on the first episode of breakout Australian leadership series Directions with Stan Grant featuring guest Governor Martin O'Malley - a strong advocate of using GIS technology to facilitate transparency and accountability in government.
Crime mapping technology and geospatial analytics are helping law enforcement leaders solve some of the world's most perplexing and macabre crimes.
Explore how tech-led investigations can shed new light on the cold case murder of Mima McKim-Hill.
Mapping Evil's Mike King joined Sunrise to discuss how Australian law enforcement can use geospatial technology combined with criminal profiling tactics to gain new insight into unsolved cases.
When faced with complex challenges, entrepreneurial leaders rely on the science of geography and spatial analytics technology to reveal the path forward
In an interview with ABC News Breakfast, former Presidential candidate and Governor of Maryland Martin O'Malley says incoming President Joe Biden will need to focus on 'the politics of purpose' to tackle the challenges facing his administration after a difficult and divisive four years.
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.
2016 Democratic Party Presidential candidate and former Governor of Maryland, Martin O'Malley, shares his insights into the US election results. As a globally renowned political commentator and advocate of location intelligence, he discusses the key role of swing states.
In a first for local government, the City of Parramatta uses smart technology to monitor conditions promoting liveability and sustainability in the new suburb of Melrose Park. The capturing, analysing and visualising of local environmental data was the key to Smart Planning for Climate Responsive Neighbourhoods project using smart technology.
In the lead up to the 2020 US Presidential election, former Democratic candidate and Governor of Maryland Martin O'Malley shared his insights into the US Presidential and Vice Presidential debates with Nine's Weekend Today.
Developing resilient communities is essential for disaster preparedness, especially in the wake of COVID-19. Esri Australia shares insights into actions governments and communities can take to improve crisis preparedness, response and recovery.
Under stage 4 restrictions enforced throughout Melbourne in August 2020, residents could exercise outside for one hour each day, within five kilometres of their home. Analysis of data using Esri technology shows many residents will have little or no parkland to access.
3D models created by Esri Australia on behalf of the Townsville City Council will make the development application process easier than ever for developers and residents.
ACT building inspectors and regulatory officers are benefiting from a software tool created in partnership with Esri Australia that has automated outdated and time-consuming manual processes.
Stage four restrictions in Melbourne in August 2020 limited residents to a 5km radius from their homes. Esri Australia created a publicly available tool to allow residents to input addresses and access a list of the nearest supermarkets, COVID-19 testing clinics, bottle shops and open space areas.
Dial Before You Dig (DBYD), the service designed to prevent damage to telecommunications and other underground infrastructure, is set to digitally transform with the help of Deloitte Consulting and Esri Australia.