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  • With the move to virtual for this year's NZ Esri User Conference (NZEUC), we chose to split the whole-day sessions into a plenary 1/2 day followed by 4 separate stream webinars over the 2 following weeks. While we are missing out on the face-to-face connections of the in-person events, going virtual has allowed these events to be open to all and as a result we have had well over 1000 registered participants for the few first events.

  • GIS has become integral to managing emergencies in New Zealand. This includes many Emergency Management-focussed organisations who use and embed it within their intelligence processes to collect, store, analyse and display information for decision-making before, during, and after events.

  • GIS in Agriculture

    Agriculture is one of New Zealand’s leading industries, employing thousands of people and contributing to a significant portion of the country’s overseas trade.

  • It was with great sadness that we heard about the death of Anne Olsen from cancer Monday 31 May 2021.

  • VUCs2021

    A great big thank you to all of you who contributed, organised, and joined us for the recent 2021 Virtual Regional User Conference Events from the NZ Esri User Group (N

  • During 2020 we have developed skills that have enabled us to work solely in the virtual environment.

  • Both seaports and airports share many of the same communication, safety and regulatory challenges as small cities or towns.

  • Technology is evolving at a rapid pace and is changing the way that utilities operate, manage, build and maintain resilient networks.

    ArcGIS
    UTILITIES
    NETWORKS
  • "NIWA uses GIS to map and interpret modeled climate change projections over New Zealand and provides these to a range of end-users, for example, regional councils, industry, and other researche

    Climate Change
    Sea-Level Rise
    GIS
  • Bingyu Deng of Canterbury University is the winner of the NZ Esri Young Scholar Award for 2020.

    NZ Esri Young Scholar
    Education

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