QSSC17

Queensland Surveying and Spatial Conference 2017

 

 

“From Field to GIS, the Total Project” 

 

4-5 May 2017

Southport Sharks, Gold Coast

 

QSSC17

The Surveying and Spatial Sciences Institute proudly invites you to participate in the prestigious Queensland Surveying and Spatial Conference (QSSC). From 4-5 May 2017, the QSSC is a unique platform for members of the Spatial Community to network, share ideas and learn about innovations and industry advancements. The theme this year is:

 

“From Field to GIS, the Total Project”

The conference will focus on emerging trends from the field, to data collection, to data management.  The Total Package of Survey to GIS.


Who will be there?

In Queensland, SSSI has a membership base of well over five hundred individuals operating across the Surveying and Spatial profession. Our members keenly support the QSSC as well as key representatives from the Spatial Community and influential business managers, government departments and agency staff, and local council authorities.

 

Now in its seventh year, the QSSC has gained critical acclaim across the Spatial Industry and we expect over two hundred Surveying and Spatial Professionals and industry representatives to be present over the duration of the Conference.

 

Location

Located in the heart of the Gold Coast, all Conference activities will be held at the Southport Sharks in the Gold Coast.

 

Southport Sharks has become one of the largest and most successful clubs on the Gold Coast and in Queensland.

 

Currently boasting two bars, three lounge bars, two restaurants, a café, state-of-the-art fitness centre, multi-purpose events centre, kids club, gaming room, bottle shop and entertainment seven nights a week, Southport Sharks is a premier dining and entertainment precinct that attracts over 50,000 members annually.

 

Delegates will be invited to make a long weekend of it, bringing the family to enjoy the theme parks, world-renowned beaches and year-round sunshine.

 

Organising Committee

SSSI Qld – Ewen Sneddon, Roy Somerville, Peter Swan, Chris Swane and Kelly Rischmiller

 

 

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