NSW Spatial Innovation Seminar
Date & Time
Monday, 3 May 2021
- 7:00 pm
Come learn about the developments of the NSW Spatial Digital Twin and the digital data collaborations going on between local government, state government and the private sector in data collection, development and community enablement.
The event is taking place as part of the Hunter Innovation Festival in Newcastle.
Thanks to our exclusive sponsor for the event, Aerometrex, attendance at the seminar is free of charge for all - so register now!
Wayne Patterson – Director, NSW Spatial Services
Wayne will detail the evolution of the NSW Spatial Digital Twin and the data collaborations that have been made possible between stakeholders across government, industry and the community. Learn about the ecosystem and how to leverage it for your own use and benefits. Wayne will provide an update on the forward work program and future plans for the NSW Spatial Digital Twin.
Shane Conserdyne – Geospatial Chapter Lead, City of Newcastle
Shane will share the development of the 3D model of the City of Newcastle and the digital data collaborations that have led to a rich interactive 3D data environment for the city from roads, to planned developments, to underground utilities. Shane has led the implementation of a 3D city information model, a platform that delivers new and innovative ways to support decision makers and engage the community.
Richard Lemon - Registered Surveyor & Aerial Survey Lead, Jacobs
Richard will discuss the process of doing a detailed 3D Survey data capture of the city streets and street furniture using mobile laser scanning and generating a 3D point cloud.
Julia Eggleston-Spark - Business Development Manager NSW/ACT, Aerometrex
Julia will demonstrate case studies of 3D models and the value of the models including informed decision making and community consultation and the different applications used by local governments and stakeholders from the Hunter region.
Ian Harper - Survey & Cadastral Database Consultant, Geodata Australia
Surveyors are position and measurement specialists and whilst their focus can be on the cadastre, they are the most qualified to collect, manage and analyse spatial data. This presentation considers what skills and outcomes surveyors can bring to a Spatial Digital Twin and outlines varied Case Studies for cadastral resilience in bushfire areas, major infrastructure projects and 2D & 3D Land Administration.
Registration will open soon! For now, mark your diaries so you don't miss this great event.
- SSSI: 2 CPD points
- BOSSI: 2 Survey Practice points (SSSINSW1043)
NUspace, University of Newcastle Civic Centre, corner of Hunter and Auckland Streets, Newcastle
Free for all to attend!
Katie Le Miere