Emergency Services Commissioner, Bruce Esplin, joined a long list of clients in celebrating Spatial Vision’s ten year anniversary on Monday 14th of September at the old Melbourne Magistrates Court.
“Congratulations, ten years of the growth that you’ve had is just outstanding and it is a real achievement that everybody including RMIT should be very proud of,” said Mr Esplin.
From the company’s humble beginnings in 1999 with five founding staff, Spatial Vision has evolved into a company spanning four divisions operating throughout Australia.
“We have grown substantially in the last ten years and this can be seen in our current staff numbers and projects. We currently have nearly fifty staff working across some of the industry’s most exciting projects,” said Glenn Cockerton, Managing Director.
Spatial Vision has delivered thousands of client based solutions since its inception, many of which have set new standards within the Spatial Industry and taken out prestigious awards along the way.
Some of these landmark projects include:
- Vicmap Book series - mapping for all Victoria’s emergency services – Australasian Spatial Excellence Award
- BioSIRT - improving national biosecurity incident response – Victorian Spatial Excellence Award
- Lonely Planet – more effective map production with customised ArcGIS solution
- All Hazards Symbology Project – a common approach to symbols – Victorian Spatial Excellence Award
- Consequence of Wildfire – measuring the impact on assets – Victorian Spatial Excellence Award