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Ozri 2013: Best Practices – Managing and Editing Your Data

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It’s 3.32 pm and you’re in the middle of finishing a map for a 4pm deadline. You’re editing your newly created features and suddenly you come to the realisation that you’ve clicked your mouse 8 times for one simple move. You pause, breathe deeply and wonder ‘there must be an easier way to do this’…

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Ozri 2013: Imagery Solutions for the Future

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Geospatial imagery – more than a backdrop. Traditionally imagery has been seen by GIS users as a background to provide context to the vector data.

However, as imagery is becoming more accessible and cheaper, GIS professional are realising the value imagery can bring into their GIS projects. The ArcGIS platform includes different levels of technology , from ArcGIS for Desktop and ArcGIS for Server, through to ArcGIS Online, they provide GIS professionals with a range of powerful geoprocessing and image analysis tools, complemented with state of the art  on-the-fly image processing technologies and powerful data dissemination tools.

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Ozri 2013: Plenary Snapshot

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We kicked off day two of Ozri 2013 with an incredible plenary session. There was an undeniable buzz and energy about the place, creating a uniqueness of an excitement.

Plenary - 1To set the scene, our MC – ABC’s Beverley O’Connor – welcomed us to this year’s Ozri with the theme “A Spatial Odyssey”. She then introduced Managing Director of Esri Australia, Brett Bundock – who gave the audience one of his customary warm welcomes. Brett took us through what this year’s conference theme means to him – a GIS journey through WebGIS, which has opened up many new opportunities and capabilities with regards to data, analysis, management, and consumption – revolutionising the way we see GIS today.

And so, the journey begins…

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