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Spatial Vision develops Our Water in Association with NSW’s Department of Primary Industries (Office of Water)

The NSW Department of Primary Industries’ Office of Water (NOW) is launching a new website developed in conjunction with Spatial Vision, enriching local resident’s understanding of water resource management in NSW.

The website, Our Water, is an informative tool designed to simultaneously assist public and industry in understanding how water resources are managed and protected by the government. Using a clear and accessible format driven by innovative geospatial solutions, the website shares key near real-time monitoring information with NSW residents relating to the condition of surface water and groundwater across the state.

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It’s Your Vote - Tracking the Victorian Election using Visual Intelligence

It’s Your Vote - Tracking the Victorian Election using Visual Intelligence Federal and State elections bring into focus a broad range of issues, some or many of which are very important to us. Ultimately, it is the balancing of these issues and judge... Read more...

Position Magazine Interview - Glenn Cockerton

Position Magazine Interview - Glenn Cockerton

Simon Chester, journalist of Position Magazine, caught up with the SIBA’s newly appointed chairman and managing director of Spatial Vision, Glenn Cockerton. They discussed w...

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Mornington Peninsula display signs

Mornington Peninsula display signs

Spatial vision has produced new information boards for key tourist locations along the Mornington Peninsula, providing enhanced information for park visitors.

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New app streamlines commercial sea urchin reporting

New app streamlines commercial sea urchin reporting

Spatial Vision has developed another application streamlining the process of activity reporting, this time for Victoria’s commercial sea urchin divers.

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Spatial Vision maps likely impacts of climate change on natural assets

Working with seven of Victoria’s ten Catchment Management Authorities (CMAs), Spatial Vision together with Natural Decisions has created a series of spatial projections that demonstrate the impact climate change

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TEch-Tip Adding a custom SQLite build to an Xcode project When developing iOS apps, you can be faced with a lot of choices. Choices can lead to tradeoffs. One of these tradeoffs can come about when deciding on a way to store your data.
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