It’s been 25 years of geospatial success and we are proud of how our business has evolved. Sure, there have been some growing pains and lessons learnt along the way. Our story is about looking into the future to make sure that we are prepared with products and solutions for the agile transitions that organizations need to make today.
Please see David Swann’s presentation on this at our Conference:
Day One: Wednesday May 16th: 9:45 -10:15 am
The agenda is set, presentations written, and guests invited. We have crafted a conference like no other and are looking forward sharing why the geospatial forecast is decidedly cloudy!
To view the Conference agenda, please click here and click here to register for the Conference.
With staff in Porirua, Auckland, Tauranga, Hastings, Nelson and Queenstown, NSG is pleased to announce that Christchurch based GIS Consultant Stephen Ferriss has joined the team. Stephen was driven to pursue a GIS career after observing that the radio tracking of Kakapo on Maud Island, (Te Hoiere) in the Marlborough Sounds, would be greatly enhanced with GIS spatial analysis. Since then Stephen has managed departmental spatial databases for the Department of Conservation and was instrumental in establishing mapping support to the New Zealand Police during the recent Christchurch earthquake response.
Stephen brings with him high level GIS analyses, at a national scale, and an in-depth knowledge of national datasets – he is a welcome addition to the NSG team.
EGL Conference Location - the Carter Observatory
You are invited to participate in EGL’s 2011 Client Conference, to be held on 12/13 May. This year’s conference theme is ‘GIS – Adapting to Change’.
The past three weeks have gone so quickly, it’s hard to believe that I have been a GIS intern for three weeks already. This week started off pretty slow with most of my time spent scanning… one bonus of all this scanning is that I haven’t felt so guilty if I don’t go for a run after work as the scanner is upstairs and I have to press scan on my computer downstairs.
Kim the Intern
I have just finished my Bachelor of Science majoring in Geography and Psychology at the University of Canterbury and next year I intend to start the new Masters in GIS (MGIS) program also through the University of Canterbury.