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Uni apps leave students with no more excuses11 Mar
University students better start setting the alarms on their smartphones because the ‘I got lost’ excuse for missing lectures will soon be as redundant as a street directory.
New game-day technology will give fans home advantage11 Feb
Sports fans can say goodbye to crowd chaos, maddening queues and frustrating, maze-like stadiums with a new range of mobile apps set to revolutionise the game-day experience.
Partnership turns virtual into reality16 Dec
Analytics previously exclusive to cyberspace are now available in the physical world thanks to an international partnership between technology powerhouses Esri Australia, MapData Services and GISi Indoors.
Online fire map live streams key NSW bushfire information23 Oct
A detailed and highly accurate online NSW Bushfire Community Map has been launched to keep the public informed about evacuation centres, air quality, traffic control issues, emergency alerts, school closures and the current status of the numerous bushfires that continue to threaten NSW communities.
Geelong’s future health hotzones placed on the map10 Jul
Cutting-edge mapping technology is underpinning a new generation of targeted health services in Geelong, helping Victoria’s largest not-for-profit private healthcare provider plan its new $447 million teaching hospital for that region.
Personal banking back on the map06 Jun
A clever new mapping tool is set to revive and reshape personalised banking by giving financial institutions the foresight to accurately anticipate their customers’ needs.
Landmark study predicts boom in location-aware smartphone apps01 May
Australians are about to see an explosion of location-aware smartphone apps from their councils as local governments explore new ways to connect with their citizens, a landmark technology study has found.
Online travel app delivers safer drives for Aussie truckies26 Apr
A major Australian fuel company is using modern mapping technology to enable the nation’s truckies to set safer, more convenient and more productive long hauls.
Next gen insurance app to save millions in claims14 Mar
A next generation smartphone app is set to save insurers millions of dollars in the wake of natural disasters by ushering in an era of 'crowdsourced' claims management, according to a leading app development specialist.
Mapping event to uncover new directions13 Feb
Australia's largest intelligent mapping seminar series is set to showcase some of the latest advancements in location-based technology - including Adelaide City Council's 'Australian-first' community map app.
Next-gen apps a reality for Australia property sector14 Jan
True ‘augmented reality’ apps that reveal highly detailed property intelligence with just the scan of a smartphone are now within reach of the nation’s real estate sector, following the release of an incredible new data source.
Health calculator reveals route to faster payment for SA patients12 Dec
Remote South Australians who must travel to receive medical treatment are now being more consistently reimbursed by the government, thanks to an interactive, online distance calculator.
3D technology unlocks new virtual world for NZ businesses28 Nov
After taking the U.S by storm, a new technology that empowers organisations to conduct their operations in a life-like 3D digital world, has hit New Zealand’s shores.
Adelaide reports Aussie first with community map app27 Nov
Adelaide has become Australia’s first city to give its residents the power to instantly report community concerns – such as graffiti or busted street lights – with a click of their smartphones.
MapData Services expands data portfolio with Sensis agreement04 Sep
MapData Services has become Australia’s unrivalled mapping data specialist after signing a landmark agreement with Location Navigation Pty Ltd, a fully owned subsidiary of Sensis Pty Ltd.