Hamilton City Council
Date : 28.09.2011
Description : Hamilton City Council and CityView: GIS as a strategic asset. Customer Quote: “Eagle has proven that they are capable of engaging with us on a variety of levels, from a number of locations, and in a way that has been quite seamless from our perspective.
Auckland Motorway Alliance
Date : 04.05.2011
Description : Auckland Motorway Alliance: Paving the way to improved asset management with ArcGIS. Abstract: To maximise return on investment, the Auckland Motorway Alliance (AMA) constantly tries to balance asset performance with cost.
Date : 07.02.2011
Description : First responders need to know which buildings have been damaged, which buildings contain hazardous substances or critical infrastructure, the status of water and wastewater services, which roads are open, where shelter, water and toilet facilities are located and a host of other questions that need answers. In Canterbury, in the aftermath of the 7.1 magnitude earthquake on 4th September 2010, GIS (geographic information system) provided the answers.
Natural Resource Sector
Date : 01.02.2011
Description : New Zealand ’s Natural Resource Sector and the New Zealand Geospatial Strategy supported by Eagle Technology and Esri. Preserving New Zealand’s natural environment for future generations is the focus for the Natural Resources Sector* (NRS), a network of government agencies with common goals and values.
Date : 10.12.2010
Description : BOPLASS initiative reduces costs to ratepayers, improves GIS service provision. “The BoP Local Authority Shared Services (BOPLASS) uses economies of scale to purchase data and have saved over $1 million by working together.
Conservation Grant Programme
Date : 09.12.2010
Description : GIS critical for preserving biodiversity, protecting native flora and fauna. More than a dozen conservation trusts nationwide are now able to use Esri’s ArcGIS to help them preserve / restore native habitats, manage their conservation efforts and interact with their communities of interest, thanks to the Esri Conservation Grant Programme and Eagle Technology.
Unleashing the power of information: The Powerco GIS experience
Date : 28.10.2009
Description : Powerco, New Zealand's second largest electricity and gas distribution company, has fast-tracked the processing of a two-year backlog of ‘as built’ infrastructure updates, significantly reduced the time it takes to create any number of management reports and improved the accuracy of its pricing models and asset registers, thanks to GIS (Geographic Information System) technology.
GIS-Based Fertiliser Spreading Optimises New Zealand’s Nutrient Budget
Date : 12.10.2009
Description : Abstract: Protecting the environment by optimising the precision application of fertilisers is now a reality for New Zealand farmers, thanks to a GIS/GPS-driven (geographic information system / global positioning system) solution developed jointly by Ravensdown, New Zealand’s largest manufacturer and distributor of fertilisers, and Eagle Technology Group.
Department of Conservation Te Papa Atawhai National Enterprise GIS for Conservation Management
Date : 05.10.2009
Description : Abstract: The protection of New Zealand’s natural and historic heritage is a basic underpinning of our respect for what has come before. The Department of Conservation (DOC), Te Papa Atawhai, is mandated to provide conservation management and administration for approximately 30% of New Zealand’s land area and currently 2% of New Zealand’s Marine jurisdiction.
GIS Enhances Safety, Efficiency for ONTRACK
Date : 05.10.2009
Description : Tracking the exact locations of trains as well as repair crews in real time is essential to the safe and efficient operations of a railway. ONTRACK, the trading name of the New Zealand Railways Corporation (NZRC), a State-owned enterprise that owns, manages and maintains most of New Zealand's rail infrastructure, relies on radio calls and manual calculations to ascertain these locations.
Collaboration Key to GIS Success at North Shore City Council
Date : 05.10.2009
Description : Abstract: Ten years ago, North Shore City was adding sub-divisions and associated infrastructure faster than they could map them. They realised they need to automated their mapping capabilities. They selected GIS software from Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI) as the platform and Eagle Technology Group as their implementation partner.
GIS-based Incursion Response System Helps Protect New Zealand’s Biosecurity
Date : 05.10.2009
Description : Abstract: New Zealand’s Incursion Response System v2 (IRS2), funded and maintained by the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry (MAF) Te Manatu Ahuwhenua, Ngaherehere and developed by Eagle Technology Group, is an ArcGIS-based solution designed to mitigate of the effects of any fast-moving exotic organism incursion, such as avian flu or foot-and-mouth disease.
VectorNet & GIS: Protecting New Zealand’s Export Economy
Date : 02.10.2009
Description : The New Zealand economy is more dependent on agricultural exports than any other developed country with dairy, beef and deer products a significant proportion. The greatest threat to NZ’s continued success in this market is Bovine Tuberculosis.
GIS and Eagle Help Preserve NZ’s Archaeological Heritage
Date : 01.10.2007
Description : Abstract Preserving our archaeological heritage is a matter of national importance. But in order to protect that heritage, archaeologists, local councils, the NZ Historic Place Trust and other stakeholders need to know where archaeological sites are located, their extent and condition, potential threats and ownership.
DELTA: Improving Services with GIS
Date : 01.06.2007
Description : Abstract: DELTA Utility Services has implemented an ESRI-based GIS programme to standardise their data model, provide remote access and improve their fault management capabilities, among other applications.