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June 21st, 2011
GeoDesign – New Era for Community Consultation

The merging of design and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technology would revolutionise urban planning and truly open up community development to the public, Esri Australia Western Australian Business Manager Tom Gardner told the Western Australian Surveying and Spatial Information Conference in Perth today. Delegates from government, mining, engineering and cartography organisations attended the conference to discuss opportunities for GIS technology within the urban development and resources sector. Read More