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GeoRabble Perth #19 – Student Edition – It’s A Wrap!

Suzy Urbaniak set the scene for the night with her infectious enthusiasm for science and education! Suzy shared her hands-on approach with real world and field based learning. She introduced her Centre of Resources Excellence Program, designed with STEAM front of mind – Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths. Next up was repeat speaker Dhan Prabhu, … Continue reading

Tonight’s Final Speakers Announced! | GeoRabble Perth #19 | Students of Geo

Georabble – Student Edition – Thursday 7th September 2017  Speakers: Suzy Urbaniak: Geoscience, Education and STEM – What’s happening and where is it going… Tristan Reed & Jeremy Siao Him Fa: Geo-app development in Remote Schools Mark Williams: Participatory Mapping, Central Australia to Cambodia Darren Mottolini: The Assumptions of Mentoring Dhan Prabhu: “Getting into Resources” – Resource … Continue reading

Speakers Announced! | GeoRabble Perth #19 | Students of Geo

Georabble – Student Edition – Thursday 7th September 2017   Speakers: Suzy Urbaniak: Geoscience, Education and STEM – What’s happening and where is it going… Tristan Reed & Jeremy Siao Him Fa: Geo-app development in Remote Schools Mark Williams: Participatory Mapping, Central Australia to Cambodia More to be announced soon! What ignited your passion for all … Continue reading

GeoRabble Perth #18 | The Spatial Fringe Edition

Join us in the ‘rabblin fray to ponder, muse & debate all things spatial (and maybe even meander into the not-so-spatial!). Continue reading

Perth Christmas Cross-Community GeoSpatial Drinks

We would like to extend a warm & merry invite to join us for a very spatial end of year event in Perth, together with the geo-folks from Geogeeks & Geospatial Amateurs community groups. No RSVP is required and the event is free to attend. Please feel free to forward, share or invite others who … Continue reading

GeoRabble Perth #17 – it’s a wrap!

Starting us off for the night was Tracy Jin Cui, with a fast-moving slide deck (47 slides!) on spatial in China; and one thing was astonishingly clear -not only is the spatial industry growing – it’s booming; and is now worth about 42 billion (US) dollars. Demand for location products and services continues to grow … Continue reading

GeoRabble – Perth #15 / Perth does have a summer

Speakers: Levi Fordham Alex Chapman Jesse Robertson Maya Dominice More to be announced! Date: Tuesday, 24th November, 2015 Time: Doors open 5:30pm, Presentations from 6:00 pm Location: Universal Bar, 221 William St, Northbridge 6003 Format: A handful speakers, 10 mins each, usual rules. Registration: Attendance is free, but for catering purposes we need you to register! Proudly sponsored by Boundless Follow … Continue reading

Georabble Perth #14 Rises for the Machines

Spring in Perth brought a record local crowd of 120 Georabblers together to talk about “The Rise of the Machines”. For the first time we were joined by a few more via a (more or less) live telecast on Periscope. The always original David Brady dusted-off his MC hat for the night to introduce the … Continue reading

GeoRabble Perth #14 – Rise of the Machines

Speakers: Matt Barrett – Machines and utilities Fedja Hadzic – Inventor @ SkryData Piers Higgs – Drones – the good, the bad, and the ugly – an all hazards perspective Robert Lednor – Applications of drones (not just the cool stuff) Mark Taylor – Certainty of uncertainty Date: Wednesday, 9th September, 2015 Time: Doors open 5:30pm, Presentations … Continue reading

The Winter Rabble that Was

GeoRabble once again proved that interesting stories can come from anywhere and it isn’t all about maps and GIS. The 13th instalment of GeoRabble came on a cold, wet night yet for the over 80 strong crowd they were entertained and amazed by a handful of interesting speakers. The gender balance was certainly in favour … Continue reading

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