Webinar: Spatial data, processing challenges and automation
Date & Time
Thursday, 22 Jul 2021
- 1:00 pm
What does spatial and a-spatial data cover? What are some of the manual processes involved in data processing? What are some of the options in automating data processing? What are some of the spatial data challenges Urban Councils are facing? How is automation being implemented to meet these challenges? What opportunities are arising from the use of automation?
This presentation will introduce a unique Urban Council (Inner West Council) GIS challenge. It will talk about the use of spatial and a-spatial data both within and outside the council, explore some of the options available in the automations space and how automation is being implemented within the council. It will close with a commentary on the opportunities created using the automation solutions.
If you are interested in GIS and automation or looking for opportunities to automate some day-to-day processes this presentation will give you a sneak peek.
Our speaker - Michael Breen
Michael has been working as an GIS Officer/Analyst for over 12 years and training for the last 3 years. He has presented at a range of conferences and workshops in the Spatial data/GIS space. His qualifications include but are not limited to a Masters in spatial information, bachelor’s in human geography and certified trainer in several GIS programs. He is currently working as a GIS analyst for Inner West Council, where he started in 2018. Check out Michael on LinkedIn here!
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- This event is worth one SSSI CPD Point.
- BOSSI: 1 Survey Practice Point (Code: SSSINSW2001)
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Katie Le Miere, National Events Manager