SEASC 2019 Darwin
The South-East Asia Survey Congress (SEASC 2019) is being held for the first time since Fremantle in 1999, in Australia as a joint international congress with the ASEAN Flag Surveying nations and SSSI at the Darwin Convention Centre from 15-18 August 2019.
So, what is the importance of collaboration, communication and capacity building in the surveying and spatial industry? How can we bridge the gap between the old and the new?
This year the theme of the conference is:
COLLABORATION, COMMUNICATION AND CAPACITY BUILDING IN THE 21ST CENTURY
It is anticipated that over 500 surveyors across Asia Pacific region will attend this international congress and include surveyors from across SE Asia, The Pacific, Australia and New Zealand. The conference will focus on how the surveying remains relevant to the needs of society through working collaboratively to meet the future technical, social and environmental challenges in digitally connected surroundings.
SEASC 2019 DARWIN is a fantastic opportunity for all surveyors in the Asia Pacific region to demonstrate leadership in their field and share knowledge in one of the fastest growing regions of the world.
The Congress is open to all professionals across various disciplines and will strive to have the Territorian spirit of unity, active participation in a friendly and casual atmosphere. A major trade exhibit is planned for the event which will attract the latest in surveying technology from the region and the world.
Surveying and Spatial Sciences Institute (SSSI) is proud to bring this conference. We are looking forward to members of surveying industry and professional associations from across the region to join in organising an outstanding trade exhibit, technical and social program for delegates at this unique opportunity in our region.
MEET OUR ORGANISING COMMITTEE MEMBERS
ROB SARIB (Congress Convenor)
LEE HELLEN (Sponsorship and Technical Exhibition)
PETER OLAH (Member Association Liaison, Admin and Finance)
HONEY (ANNA) PALATHINKAL (Media and Communications)
BRITTA DECKER (Professional Conference Organiser)
AMY PETERSON (Technical Program and Tours)