Spatial Information Day 2004 was held on Thursday 10 June at Grainger Studio, Adelaide. The day was a success with over 200 people attending the full day event, with registrants coming from State and Local Government, Private enterprise and various Universities. The day consisted of a variety of speakers with topics consisting of GIS application in areas of health, environment, emergency management, indigenous land and residential areas. Mark Garvey from CFA Victoria gave his keynote speech about the use of GIS in the Country Fire Authority.
Spatial Information Day (SID) is an annual event organised by the South Australian Spatial Information Committee (SICOM). The one-day seminar is designed to facilitate communication within the local spatial information community. SID has become an important event on the South Australian spatial information calendar to showcase developments and network with others in the industry.
|Accessibility Modelling of Health Care Services in South Australia||Dr John Biggins and Greg van Gaans||Department of Human Services and Esri Australia|
|The Square Kilometre Array Radio Telescope||Neil Sandercock||Primary Industries & Resources South Australia|
|Modelling Floods - From Photogrammetric 3D Data to GIS Flood Modelling||Ken Schalk and David Ralph||Tonkin Consulting and Aerometrex|
|GIS at the Country Fire Authority||Mark Garvey||Country Fire Authority Victoria|
|Mapping Support for SA Bushfires||Andrew Lawson and Tim Groves||SA Country Fire Service and Department for Environment and Heritage|
|The Indigenous Land Corporation's Property Acquisition and Management System: An Example of Corporate Intranet Data and Mapping||Tim Price||The Indigenous Land Corporation|
|GPRS and Mobile Computing||Colin East||City of Onkaparinga|
|Analytical Derivation of Residential Real Estate Sub-Market Group Boundaries||Tony Lockwood||University of Adelaide|
|GIS and Artificial Intelligence: An Alternative Planning Model for Adelaide Hills Face Zone||Hari Kishore||University of South Australia|
|Using Spatial Information to Assist in the Management of the Adelaide Metropolitan Beach System||Tim Noyce||Department for Environment and Heritage|