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Position Mag announces Locate and Digital Earth ‘Super Issue’

The upcoming “Super Issue” of Position magazine covers many of the topics and issues that will be driving the discussion at Australasia’s biggest surveying and spatial conference – April’s Locate17 and Digital Earth Symposium. As the official media partner for the event, this issue of Position will tie in with the many Locate and Digital Earth conference themes, and will be distributed to all attendees over the event’s three days.

In particular, the April/May issue of Position explores how spatial and surveying technologies are simultaneously supporting economies and contributing to wider environmental and community benefit.

Articles that are confirmed to appear in Position’s “Locate and Digital Earth Super Issue” will interest surveyors, spatial scientists, private enterprise and government bodies alike:

  • The Digital Beach – Spatially empowered leisure, written by the Mayor of Waverly Council, Sally Betts, this article showcases how Bondi has become Australia’s most popular AND tech savvy beach.
  • An exclusive extended Q&A with Narelle Underwood, the Surveyor General of NSW and the first female Surveyor General in Australia’s history.
  • Drones/RPAS/UAV – Surveying’s new fact or another passing fad? – this industry insights article pits conflicting perspectives on the debate of the age from all corners of industry.
  • Location intelligence reaches new heights in Australia – The official launch of Geoscape, the only national built environment spatial dataset. Dan Paull, CEO PSMA Australia, will share insights on how Geoscape is underpinning ever-expanding private and public sector business solutions.
  • Driverless cars take off – What authorities need to know, written by Position founding editor Jon Fairall, this article explores the implications of driverless vehicle technology and flying cars and how authorities can prepare for this potentially deadly cocktail?
  • “Positioning in time” – Premier spatial research body, CRCSI, shares insights on Australia’s precise positioning initiatives, including the $12m push for SBAS and PPP.
  • More articles on open source GIS, the changing role of surveyors, disaster response, crowdsourcing, agricultural mapping and measuring sea level rise.

Position’s April/May issue has a bonus distribution and will be in the hands of every one of the 750+ delegates at Locate17 & Digital Earth Symposium, giving organisations a once-a-year opportunity to get in front of professionals across industry, government, and academia. If you have anything to contribute to these discussions or if you would like to look into marketing opportunities, contact Jon at jon@intermedia.com.au.

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If your business supplies equipment, software and/or services in to the surveying, GIS, mapping, data acquisition and processing, and consultancy areas, Position magazine is your gateway to the professionals in need of your spatial attention.

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