Hydrographic Surveying Seminar and Dinner- 'Building The Industry'
How to use a variety of remote sensing data in different software packages.
The next GeoRabble Sydney will be on April 4th, in collaboration with the Locate17/ISDE conference.
The Surveying and Spatial Sciences Institute and the Australian Institute of Mine Surveyors will host a Regional Forum for members and guests on Thursday 6th April 2017 at Ambrose Estate, Wembley Golf Course.
Key Presenters include:
The Forum will be held at Ambrose Estate, Wembley Golf Course.
INFORMATION FOR GOLFERS
For those wishing to play golf there is a “one tee start” at 9.30am. $22 per person for 9 holes, $32 for golf cart hire (shared between 2 golfers). Hire of clubs is $18 per person.
Should you wish to play golf, please write to me directly and we will make arrangements. It will be important for us to provide final numbers to Ambrose Estate prior to the event.
To register please visit: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/sssi-aims-2017-mine-surveying-regional-forum-tickets-32716974351
Have your say in shaping Australia’s digital property future!
Join Dr. Walter Scott, Founder and CTO of DigitalGlobe, and leading industry experts on April 7th for an afternoon of networking and discussions around business applications only possible by advancements in Geospatial Big Data from Cloud Computing.
Between Legislative changes to Planning Development and Infrastructure Bill 2015, and the contribution our peers are making to the Commercialisation of the Lands Title Office, this is an event you can’t afford to miss.
Book this event by clicking HERE.
Proposed topics for this event:
Plan Melbourne Refresh and associated reviews are about to be released. Plan Melbourne is the Victorian Government’s metropolitan planning strategy, guiding how Melbourne will grow and change to 2050. It is a strategy to house, employ and connect people to jobs and services, closer to where they live. It aims to ensure that while Melbourne grows, its best features are protected and enhanced.
The Smart Planning Program is underway with a number of new proposed applications for VicSmart. Introduced as part of the 2016-17 Victorian Budget, it will make planning processes and services more efficient, accessible, open and collaborative, through simpler rules and modern digital tools. Smart Planning is the first review and reform of Victoria's planning system since the 1993 Perrot Review.
Melbourne Water hopes to introduce you to their on-line development approvals system.
Infrastructure Contributions Reform - A new Ministerial Direction, new council reporting requirements and transitional arrangements for ICPs are now in place.
Find out how all of these may impact you.