The Tasmania chapter of the SSSI (Surveying and Spatial Sciences Institute) will host their annual regional conference in Hobart on the 4th and 5th of September. If you are into GIS in Tasmania then...
Last week at the MCG I had the opportunity to present the Bike Bell Project as an example of real time GIS and discuss some of the technical findings of the project at the GeoNext Conference. Once...
The Tasmanian Project Management Achievement Awards Event was held on Thursday 13 August at Hadley’s Hotel. The event is hosted by theAustralian Institute of Project Managament (AIPM) ....
GeoRabble Tas #4 is on this Thursday, at the Republic Bar in North Hobart. The concept for this event was to get some of the science that happens in the big, national organisations, like CSIRO, out...
As you may now know the Bike Bell App has been released and is now in the app stores. What you might not know is that the App has also made it into the News. The recent articles can be found...
I recently gained some insight into what it is like to be an animal taking part in a tracking survey. We have all watched a documentary or read an article about a GPS getting strapped around the neck...
Our Bike Bell App is now in the app stores. This App contributes to safer cycling by alerting drivers and pedestrians about the presence of nearby cyclists. The Bike Bell development project is the...
Now we know that most of the excitement about the New iOS 8.4 Release is around Apple Music and the New Music App, but in the context of using your iPad or iPhone along with GPS to Capture Field...

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