Affiliations

URISA (Urban and Regional Information Systems Association)

Founded in 1963, URISA is a nonprofit association of professionals in North America using GIS and other information technologies to solve challenges in state / provincial and local government agencies and departments. URISA promotes the effective and ethical use of spatial information and information technologies for the understanding and management of urban and regional systems and is a leading provider of learning and knowledge for the GIS community.

SSSI and URISA have a MoU for access to training, professional development and an annual international exchange program.

Mapping Sciences Institute Australia (MSIA)

The Institute is a learned society established to engender the professional development of individuals and organisations involved in the many facets of the mapping sciences.

SSSI and MSIA are partners in the Journal of Spatial Science publication.

GISCI (GIS Certification Institute)

GISCI is a tax-exempt not-for-profit organization established in 2004 that provides the GIS community with a complete certification program. GISCI offers participants from the first early years on the job until retirement a positive method of developing value for professionals and employers in the GIS profession.

 


 

 

Latest SI+C News

SSSI SICC News - March 2019

SSSI SICC News - March 2019

Find out what is happening with the  SSSI Spatial Information & Cartography Commission (SICC) as of March 2019.

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Fascinating insights into GIS in Local Government

Fascinating insights into GIS in Local Government

On Friday 22 February 2019, SSSI SA was kindly welcomed to the City of Marion for the latest in our series of Local Government Seminars. 

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Matthew Flinders

Matthew Flinders' remains found at London train station

The remains of the first European to circumnavigate Australia, Captain Matthew Flinders, have been found during an archaeological dig at a London railway terminus more than 170 years after they disappeared.

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