31 March – 5 May 2020 - All sessions to start at 11:00 AM

In partnership with the New Zealand Esri User Group, we are proud to present the 2020 Virtual User Conference Series (VUC) – this year’s replacement for the Regional User Conference.

Delivered through a 9-part series of live and interactive webinars, this year’s program will include user presentations, technical updates and the latest innovations in ArcGIS. Draw inspiration from your peers and join us by registering today.

Thursday 9 April - 11:00 am
Title: Making the hardest island in the world pest-free
Presenter: Scott Sambell - Ethos Environmental
Presentation Sponsor - GBS

Wednesday 15 April - 11:00 am
Title: FENZ GIS response to the Tangoio Fire
Presenter: Michael Werrey - Hastings District Council

Title: Keeping the public informed of sea-level rise and river flood risks
John Gibson - Greater Wellington Regional Council

Fri 17 Apr- 11:00 am
Title: Building a national tracks and trails database through collaboration
Presenter: Julian Hitchman - New Zealand Access Commission

Tue 21 April - 11:00 am
Title: How walking times between workplace and parking effect commuter modes
Presenter: Omid Khazaeian - Victoria University of Wellington
Sponsor: AllTerra

Thu 23 April - 11:00 am
Title: Is public space public if you don't know where it is? / Simple starting points for complex solutions (combined)
Presenter: Rachael Pull & Logan Ashmore - Far North District Council & Vision Consulting Engineers

Tue 28 April - 11:00 am
Title: ‘GIS in Schools’ improving New Zealand waterways
Presenter: Kirsty Brennan & Elizabeth Butcher - EOS Ecology

Thu 30 April - 11:00 am
Title: Identifying coastal erosion change rates using DSAS
Presenter: Michael Perry - Jacobs (lightning talk)

Title: Monitoring key ArcGIS services statistics using Operations Dashboard
Presenter: Keith Miller - Kāpiti Coast District Council (lightning talk)

NZEUG update

Tuesday 5 May - 11:00 am
Managing Risk: the ‘known unknowns’ - and what we are doing about it
Presenter: Abigail Walsh - Department of Conservation

Historic and modern-day aerial imagery supporting today and our future
Presenter: Maurice Wills & Michaela Bould - Environment Canterbury

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