2007 summary

Spatial Information Day 2007 was held at the National Wine Centre of Australia.

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Session name Presenter Company
[Keynote] The Smartest Industry in a Smart State - 25 Years of Spatial Information Governance Tim Barker Queensland Treasury
Global Initiatives on Environmental Assessment and Early Warning: An Outlook to the Contributions of Remote Sensing and Related Geospatial Technologies Graciela Metternicht University of South Australia
Celebrating 21 years of ANZLIC Ian Batley, Executive Director Australia New Zealand Land Information Council (ANZLIC)
Post Tsunami Banda Aceh – an illustrative and spatial overview David Lloyd Black and Veatch International Ltd
Professional Certification – Do we need it? Tim Barker Spatial Sciences Institute (SSI)
ASIBA – Initiatives and Directions David Hocking, Chief Executive Officer ASIBA
SSI – Initiatives and Directions Tony Snow Spatial Sciences Institute (SSI)
Addressing in South Australia Kym Nicolson and Peter Kentish Department of Environment and Heritag (DEH) and Department for Transport, Energy and Infrastructure (DTEI)
Practical support for local level change: how spatial information can assist Aboriginal management of heritage at the local level in South Australia David Baker, Ribnga Green and Erin Walker Department of the Premier and Cabinet
Extracting Information from Images Using Object Oriented Classification David Bruce University of South Australia
Move Over LiDAR – Precision Photogrammetry Raises the Bar Robert Rusk AEROmetrex
DEM Sources and Applications Carl Menges Apogee Imaging International
The Spatial Information Exchange. A concrete example of how to overcome imagery problems Mike Jensen and David Hayward ER Mapper, Asia Pacific
Address Coding of ABS Building Approvals Caroline Deans Australian Bureau of Statistics
Business Optimisation Utilitsing Spatial Technology: Taking the Guesswork out of Location Dave Gerner and Kym Barnett Tonkin Consulting
Low-cost, high resolution aerial mapping using a Digital SLR and Landscape Mapper Matt Dell Myriax
Integration of Spatial Tools for Prioritisation of the River Murray Floodplain Matt Miles Department of Environment and Heritage
A spatial method for assessing protected area allocations using a typology of landscape values Chris Raymond Department of Water, Land & Biodiversity Conservation
The State Land and Soil Information Framework – what is it and what can it do? James Hall Department of Water, Land and Biodiversity Conservation
Pilot Study of Higher Order Neighbour Statistics for Crescentic Dunes of the Martian North Polar Region Mark Bishop University of South Australia
Managing the Small Plague Grasshopper Control Program using GIS Mark Hall Department of Primary Industries and Regions, South Australia (PIRSA)
Women in Spatial Initiative Penny Baldock Spatial Sciences Institute (SSI)