Ozri 2018 brought together a unique line-up of local user stories and presentations by international experts with hundreds of GIS professionals across Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne for three days of in-depth discussions about everything new in the world of GIS.
Presenter: Brian Keenum, American Red Cross
Take a look behind the scenes at the digital transformation story behind ‘RC View’, the GIS solution enabling American Red Cross to effectively deploy and manage more than 40,000 volunteers.
Presenter: Dr Adam Lewis, Geoscience Australia
In the search for MH370, Geoscience Australia applied a GIS solution to support the world’s largest marine survey, mapping the seafloor in greater detail than ever to provide scientific insights.
Presenters: Peter Crowe and Peter Roussos, South32 and Craig Carpenter, Esri Australia
Mining giant South32 applied a geospatial solution to successfully consolidate multiple business sites, incorporating the unique processes, practices and cultures of each into a single platform.
Presenter: Phil Woods, CoreLogic NZ
When a large NZ bank wanted to understand its performance and gain broader insights into the complex property industry, it turned to CoreLogic NZ for a powerful, dynamic dashboard solution.
Presenter: Nic Everdell, Esri Australia
Explore some of the latest features and capabilities in ArcGIS including new symbology, enterprise sites, spatial analytics, ArcGIS Urban and Tracker for ArcGIS to unlock data and find answers.
Presenter: Nicola Daaboul, Assetic
See how Assetic helped Transport Canberra and City Services identify an optimal playspace asset maintenance plan by using data visualisation to convey scientific information.
Presenter: Bernard Loader, Strada Associates
This presentation looks at the OSR for ActewAGL, the first and only Australian utility to have all GIS, SCADA, asset and outage data entered into the GIS as the real-time source of truth.
Presenters: Professor Mark Daniel and Dr Neil Coffee, University of Canberra
An academic-industry partnership between the University of Canberra and Esri underpins a geospatial portal to portal initiative implemented by the Health Research Institute at the University of Canberra.
Presenter: Amy Steiger, Cardno
As rising temperatures and dry conditions increase bushfire risk, Cardno applied a solution using Collector for ArcGIS to quickly and effectively assess the bushfire risk to over 80 schools in NSW.
Presenters: Glenn Barrett and Mark Noonan, NSW Department of Industry, Lands & Water
Using ArcGIS Online, the NSW Department of Industry, Lands & Water developed Incendo, a web app which enables the recording and maintenance of bushfire data affecting Crown land.
Presenter: Tariro Taneka, Esri Australia
Learn how ArcGIS Hub enables users to quickly design sites that convey policy-driven, smart city initiatives, enabling community engagement through data sharing and collaboration.
Presenter: Martyn Sutcliffe, Esri Australia
See how User Experience (UX) plays a key role in delivering GIS apps that ensure all elements work seamlessly: quality code, good UI and well-designed map services.
Presenters: Todd Jackson and Kate Ramsay, Esri Australia
Take a look at key aspects to consider in the journey to Cloud GIS, including patterns of deployment in ArcGIS including scalability, security and data-editing workflows.
Presenter: Geethaka Fernando, Transport Canberra and City Services
ACT Government transformed its road/footpath work applications process using a solution based on Survey123, streamlining a previously manual and time-consuming process.
Presenter: John Bormann, SA Water
SA Water’s asset management program shows how Operations Dashboard consolidates mapping, asset information, customer feedback and maintenance updates into a central, informative platform.
Presenters: Pauline Kent and Slavo Salmo, DELWP and Cam Barnard, Latitude
DELWP rebuilt and improved its internal MapShare systems from ArcIMS/IMF to a modern Geocortex and ArcGIS Server solution, successfully migrating internal customers to the new MapShare system.
Presenters: Katherine Lynch, Thiess and Cam Barnard, Latitude
As the world’s largest mining services provider with 24 operations in six countries, Thiess implemented ‘BlueView’ – a secure, centrally governed enterprise GIS platform for global operations.
Presenters: Phil Mogavero and George Mastakas, Cityworks
St Johns County, Florida leverages Cityworks and ArcGIS to support asset performance, asset lifecycle, and emergency management initiatives through a real-time dashboard view of critical information.
Presenters: Gary Johnson and Henry Vettivelu, SmarterWX and Leon Bowers, Lendlease
This presentation looks at new products in the SmarterWX portfolio aimed at enabling engineering and asset management teams gain faster, smarter insights from the Dial before you Dig workflows.
Presenter: Liz Fulton, Cardno
Cardno is optimising the close integration of GIS and BIM technologies to improve the design process, accelerate project approvals, reduce costs and create smarter cities with more resilient infrastructure.
Presenters: Brittany Dahl and Ian Handley, Esri Australia
Join Brittany Dahl and Ian Handley as they guide you through the best approach for working with ArcGIS Pro, the foundation tool for desktop users, and discover some of the new features in ArcGIS Pro 2.2.
Presenter: Shane Conserdyne, City of Newcastle and Julia Eggleston-Spark, AEROmetrex
The City of Newcastle’s Smart City Strategy saw the development of the city’s digital twin, using 3D technology, detailed photo meshes, street-level terrestrial points and LGA-wide building models.
Presenter: Meghamala Roy Basu, DNRME
To improve land and property management decisions, DNRME created a digital building environment for core land, property, address and spatial data, as well as processes by land and spatial information area.
Presenters: Hossein Parsa and Dr Sheelan Sheikheslami Vaez, VicRoads
VicRoads established a centre of expertise on spatial insights and analytics with Insights and Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS to facilitate greater spatial visibility and awareness across the organisation.
Presenter: Gordon Sumerling, Esri Australia
In preparation for the move to Australia’s new geographic datum, organisations need to start thinking about how to prepare. This session takes you through some of the key steps to get ready for GDA2020.
Presenter: Gordon Sumerling, Esri Australia
Gordon Sumerling shares insights into the scope of ArcGIS 3D tools that allow authoritative information to be shared across organisations, providing a clear and holistic vision for smart city planning.