Case Studies

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Case Studies

Mediterranean Fanworm

The fight against Mediterranean fanworm

Using ArcGIS Collector and iPads, Biosecurity officers and GIS staff at Northland Regional Council have stepped up efforts to control the spread of Mediterranean fanworm on the hulls of boats and equipment.

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OSPRI uses ENVI

The need for accurate landcover information is a vital component of the TBfree programme. ENVI's remotely sensed data assists in the effective monitoring of possum-spread disease.

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Marlborough District Council

MDC’s ERBA (Emergency Response Building Application) empowers field crews and command centres to pinpoint areas of injury / damage and assign resources accordingly.

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Transpower

Using ArcGIS technology, Eagle Technology helped to build a Situation Awareness Tool, or SAT, that allow operators to see graphs, heat-maps and geographic displays to create generation dispatch schedules, moving electricity seamlessly and a the lowest possible cost.

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Spark

Increased sales and boosted productivity at Spark New Zealand, thanks to ArcGIS Online and Eagle Technology.

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GIS and Eagle Help Preserve NZ’s Archaeological Heritage

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.

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Environment Canterbury

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.

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