NSW Conference 2018
This year's Conference, which will held in Wollongong, by the sea at the Novotel Northbeach is a must for every surveying and spatial science professional!
The Conference will be held from November 14th to 16th including a pre-Conference workshop, Welcome event and the NSW APSEA Gala Dinner.
NSW proudly supports the recognition of SSSI members in the region via the APSEAs.
These awards recognise outstanding individual contributions and accomplishments across the depth of our industry.
We recommend all members celebrate their work and strive for an entry in this year's awards.
For entries use the following link:
Call for Abstracts:
An invitation is extended to those wishing to present at the 2018 NSW Regional Conference with the event theme being Air, Land, Fire, Water.
Abstracts must provide an overview of the project, research or topic to be presented, with a maximum of 300 words and be submitted in Microsoft Word - see the following link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1jsiQonmn1h2R5TRmVadk47huZZ9McKEv39h6qh9a_w8/edit?usp=sharing .
Submission of Abstracts will close on Friday 29 September 2018. Abstracts will reviewed by the Organising Committee in early October and the outcome of your submission will be advised as soon as possible.
Please note: Accepted presenters will receive FREE registration to the conference (any accommodation or travel expenses and attendance at the Welcome Reception and/or the NSWSEA Gala Dinner on the Wednesday and Thursday evenings respectively will be at the presenters' own expense).
Below is a list of topics that you may consider submitting your abstract on, however the Committee strongly encourages submissions of presentations in all areas of surveying and spatial science. Presentations should reflect or share recent experiences and are not to be sales focused.
· Aerial, Mobile and Terrestrial Laser Scanning and Modelling Applications
· BIM Technology and Adaptation
· Drone/RPAS Applications and Mapping
· GIS in Construction & Infrastructure
· Legislation, planning and reforms
· Innovative uses of spatial software
· Spatial Education
· Use of Spatial Technology in the Community (Emergency Services, Insurance, Town Planning, Vegetation, Real Estate, Fast Food Delivery, Natural Disasters, Utilities etc)
· Use of Spatial Technology for Natural Resources Management
1. Abstracts must be no longer than 300 words.
2. Abstracts MUST be submitted in Microsoft Word using the following link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1jsiQonmn1h2R5TRmVadk47huZZ9McKEv39h6qh9a_w8/edit?usp=sharing.
3. Abstracts to be emailed to the SSSI NSW ROM: firstname.lastname@example.org by no later than Friday 29 September 2018