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2014 in a Review

Climate Change. Carbon Abatement. Pest Reduction. Language Education. Road Safety. Tourism Promotion. Sustainable Fishing. Emergency Radio. Whale Protection.

Throughout 2014, Spatial Vision’s commitment to GIS excellence has helped organisations make important contributions in all these fields and many more.

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Important Note

Please note Spatial Vision will be closed from Christmas Day and will open again for business on 5th January, 2015.
The last SV Maps online product order for 2014 will be on Friday, 19th December at 5pm. Any product orders received after this date will be dispatched when the office re-opens in 2015.

Latest News

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.

Similar to other comme...

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Spatial Vision provides maps for Port Phillip Ground Water Atlas

Spatial Vision provides maps for Port Phillip Ground Water Atlas

Spatial Vision’s maps feature in the recently released Port Phillip and Western Port Groundwater Atlas, a valuable resource for landowners interested in finding out more abo...

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Spatial Vision expands Checksite service to QLD

Spatial Vision expands Checksite service to QLD

Spatial Vision has launched its popular Checksite service in Queensland, providing affordable, industry standard Phase 1 Environmental Risk Assessments for developers, propert...

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Celebrating a year of Spatial Vision’s GIS Journey training

Celebrating a year of Spatial Vision’s GIS Journey training

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Spatial Vision is celebrating the success of its popular GIS Journey training courses, which have been fully booked since they began earlier this year.

The two day course...

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Introducing Spatial Vision

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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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