• "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
  • Bingyu Deng of Canterbury University is the winner of the NZ Esri Young Scholar Award for 2020.

    NZ Esri Young Scholar
  • Zorko Sostaric Game Engines

    We live in exciting and dynamic times. A week ago, I wrote a blog post about ArcGIS and game engines. In that week a lot has happened.

    Game Engines Unreal Engine ArcGIS AEC
  • Claire Thurlow Training

    Technology is changing workplace roles, expectations, and opportunities. We believe learning is an essential strategy for success in this changing environment.

    ArcGIS Training
  • ArcGIS and Games Engines - Zorko Sostaric

    Introduction: ArcGIS and game engines, and the application for the AEC industry

    Game Engines
  • The next Geospatial Accelerated Learning Programme (GALoP) programme express starts on 13 July 2020

  • With NZ’s imminent move to Alert Level 3, many organisations are now preparing to safely restart operations- working in a way that will neither spread the virus nor expose their staff and others to unnecessary risks. Alongside the government’s key advice for organisations making this move (such as remote work where possible, social distancing and hygiene), the government has stated that at Alert Levels 2, 3 and 4, businesses should take measures to allow potential contact tracing including keeping track of all people (staff, visitors and customers) at workplaces.

    To help implement such measures, Esri recently released a solution template which Eagle Technology has supplemented with some NZ specific apps and capabilities.

    Watch a Short Video Demonstrating the Solution

  • Mapping Hour

    Try out Mapping Hour - access a collection of 20 free informal one hour instructional videos about interactive maps and GIS from 7 April 2020.

  • Thank you to everyone who joined us for last week's technology update which kicked off the 2020 Virtual User Conference (#NZVUC) series. The team enjoyed being able to present some of the latest ArcGIS technology to almost 500 of you across New Zealand and the South Pacific. We've got some more for you too...

  • LearnArcGIS

    Esri, the global leader in location intelligence, announced this week that it will provide free access to its ArcGIS platform and learning resources through the website to support


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