SA Region News – Mach 2022

March 4, 2022

SA WELCOMES NEW MEMBERS

 

Welcome to the members who have recently joined SSSI

  • Joshua Ksiazkiewicz, LSC
  • Scott Kinna, LSC
  • Franco Rea, LSC

SSSI SA REgion COMMITTEE


Introducing the SSSI SA Region Committee for 2022

  • Graham Walker (Chair)
  • Sujay Chokshi
  • Michael Orfanos
  • Michael Grear
  • Georgie Cassar
  • Duane Van Schoonhoven
  • Joe D'Aloia
  • Samuel Holt
  • Andrew Bembrick
  • Andrew Barkham
  • Michael Nietschke
  • Jennifer Brindle
  • Tyson Hillyard
  • Sam Fulton

SA GEOSPATIAL PUB NIGHT


Join us for the first South Australian Geospatial Pub Night for 2022, proudly hosted by the SA Young Professionals. The event is being held once again at the fantastic Cathedral Hotel and will take place on Global Surveyors Day, Monday 21 March.

Members and non-members of all levels and experience are invited to come along to network -  and thanks to the evening's sponsor, Fyfe, drinks and nibbles will be provided.

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GIS IN LOCAl government


Join us for our popular annual GIS in Local Government Seminar!

This Seminar is being held on Friday 1 April 2022 at the Adelaide Royal Coach and will cover a diverse range of disciplines and topics involving innovative applications of GIS in SA based local government agencies.  Come along to learn, share and network with SA Councils about all things spatial.

Cost:  $25 SSSI Members | $40 non members

Click here to view the full event program

Thanks to our sponsors and supporters

            
 
                    
 
                               

 


SA REMOTE SENSING TWILIGHT TALK - THE PLANET ACCELERATOR


Join us again for a RSPC Twilight Talk in South Australia.  Our first Twighlight Talk will be held on Thursday 7 April and will be a tour of the Australian Plant Phenomics Facility followed by networking drinks, proudly hosted the School of Agriculture, Food and Wine at the University of Adelaide.

The Plant Accelerator (TPA) is a state-of-the-art plant growth and analysis facility with automated high throughput imaging and computing equipment for the continuous non-destructive measurement of plant phenotypes.

Plant phenotyping characterises plant traits important for plant breeding, such as growth, structure, disease resistance, stress tolerance and yield. Typically plant phenotyping is a expensive, time consuming and labour-intensive process. However, TPA makes use of automation and remote sensing to accelerate this process, reduce costs, and extract quantitative and reproducible data.

Visitors will be given a tour of these automation and sensing systems and given a brief presentation on how they contribute to TPA business.

Cost: $15 SSSI members | $25 non members

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2022 SA cadastral surveying seminar


*SAVE THE DATE*

SSSI is proud to present our SA Cadastral Surveying Seminar on Saturday 7 May 2022 at the Adelaide Pavilion. More details to come soon!

Cost: $80 SSSI Members | $120 non members

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SSSI SA REPRESENTATION

 

Johanna Gastevich
National Marketing & Communications Manager
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Graham Walker               
SA Regional Chair
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