Back by popular demand, the next instalment of GeoRabble Brisbane is returning to the Charming Squire
Despite the best attempts of global pandemics and unprecedented weather events, GeoRabble Brisbane is returning to the Charming Squire on the 18th May for another evening of geospatial fun, networking and collective appreciation of some great projects happening locally.
We have an amazing line up of speakers talking about recent flood event and their experiences.
That’s without even mentioning the crowd of friendly spatial professionals to network and make friends with.
So don’t delay, go register now and we will see you upstairs in the Charming Squire on Wednesday 18th.
Tickets available at EventBrite.
A big shout out and thank you to Trimble who have agreed to sponsor the evening.
Andy Stewart (State Imagery team, QLD Department of Resources)
The February 2022 SEQ Flooding event was particularly challenging. Andy will share some reflections on getting creative, challenges, adaptations, and future opportunities.
Daniel Knott (Technical Lead, FloodMapp)
Daniel will take us through his and his team’s recent experience in providing support to the flooding events – what it took and what the challenges were.
Geospatial responses to flooding events in Brisbane.
Emma Hain on behalf of Sarah Beardmore (Cofounder, Dorsal)
Northern Rivers floods – harnessing Instagram followers for the ‘Stay local Byron Bay’ campaign to contribute content to a ‘Flood Support Map‘.
Presentations no longer than 10 minutes.
- Celebrate each others’ triumphs.
- Respect each others’ choice – no technology bigotry.
- No sales pitches – this includes services, software, data etc.
- No company logos or ‘about us’ slides.