As a Gold Partner, MapData Services will offer FME, the leading spatial data transformation platform, to enable clients to connect, transform, and convert data from over 350 formats and applications, to freely move it between systems. Made by Safe Software, FME allows users to extract and share this data without coding, and to automate their workflows....read more
Commercial businesses and local governments are using advanced geodemographic data to make smarter operational decisions and better tailor service offerings to meet the needs of citizens....read more
Monitoring the operational behaviour of moving assets such as transit fleets has unlocked a range of cost savings and efficiency gains for councils and commercial businesses....read more
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Geoscape makes Australia’s built environment available to all09 Aug
In a world-leading initiative, Australians will soon have access to nationwide coverage of their country’s observed built environment, anchored in a reliable geospatial base.
Indoor positioning and tracking high-value assets20 Jul
As new technologies continue to emerge, businesses are becoming more savvy towards indoor positioning and the tracking of high-value assets. In this article we’ll look at how it all works, where it’s used, and why it’s important.
Identifying the swing votes of the 2016 Australian Federal Election05 Jul
A new online map makes it easy to see where the swing votes occurred in the 2016 Australian Federal Election and how they have changed since 2013.
The inside scoop on indoor positioning technology17 Mar
Spatial and surveying professionals nationwide are set to converge on the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre from 12 – 14 April for the annual Locate Conference.
New data shines a light on daytime customers17 Mar
First-of-its-kind Australian mapping data could finally solve a business conundrum of the ages: just where is my market?
Inside the next-gen technologies mapping mobile indoor assets13 Jan
Recent advancements in movement monitoring software have seen spatial technology capabilities expanded to redefine how assets are monitored within spaces confined by bricks and mortar.
Join us at Australia’s premier mapping event30 Jul
From 2 to 4 September, the who’s who of mapping will descend in Melbourne as part of the Australian Esri User Conference – Ozri 2015.
New technology prescribes a stress-less hospital visit29 Jul
Navigating the clinical labyrinth of Australia’s hospitals will become easier for patients and visitors thanks to a new generation of smartphone apps.
Profiling tool personalises health fund premiums20 Apr
A new health cover profiling tool that enables insurers to personalise quotes using household spending habits in the areas policy-holders live, work and play is set to transform the industry.
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.