Esri Australia news
Visiting US leader says innovative technology key to Australian smart cities 13 Oct
A single, innovative technology can help Australia cut crime rates, improve healthcare and transform environmental management, a visiting 2016 US presidential candidate and global authority on smart cities has declared.Read more
New partnership delivers open data sharing options to governments 12 Oct
A partnership has been announced between Waze – the popular free crowdsourced traffic and navigation app – and Esri, designed to help governments of any size develop intelligent transportation systems.Read more
Global tech expert mentors Aussie startups to map their app success 10 Oct
An international startup expert is helping local developers create groundbreaking location-based apps set to rival global success stories like Uber, Airbnb and Tinder.Read more
Esri earns top ranking in latest Forrester research report 01 Sep
In a new report by influential research and advisory firm Forrester, Esri has been recognised for setting a global standard in GIS technology, with consistent and constant innovation.Read more
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An innovative online portal is putting South Australia’s $21 billion agriculture, food, wine and forestry industries on the world stage and providing investors with insights into the state’s prime commodity investment opportunities.
One of Australia’s largest water retailers has today secured an international award for an innovative project that has seen the time required to identify faults in their network drop from minutes to just seconds
One of the world’s largest wine makers has armed itself with cutting-edge smart mapping technology to help fight the effects of climate change and safeguard the production of its celebrated wines.
Electricity distributors could slash tens of millions of dollars from the industry’s 800 million dollar annual vegetation management bill by simply embracing state-of-the-art smart mapping technology, says leading industry expert.
A student’s vision to transform unused land into a hipster ‘chill village’ complete with colourful street art, al fresco dining and a skate ramp has taken top prize in a Victorian schools’ geography challenge.
An unfolding 'geo-awakening' is set to see spatial technology become a critical tool for identifying and addressing key societal challenges such as transportation, the environment and the economy, according to the head of the Asia Pacific’s largest geospatial services group.
Local eateries offering nutritious meals and smoke-free dining have won a spot in an ingenious good food guide – a Victorian council’s healthy eating smart map.
On the 25th anniversary of the establishment of GIScience, the industry’s irrefutable ‘founding father’ will present to Australia’s leading Geographic Information System (GIS) technology specialists at a forum in Melbourne.
An international 3D technology specialist and pioneer will make a rare Australian visit to present to some of the country’s leading spatial experts on how cutting-edge advances are opening up modelling for every day, real-world use.