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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 – 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

GeoRabble Perth 12 – The Mix Bag Wrap

GeoRabble 12 was an eye-opening extravaganza of topics we’d all love to get involved in and many being accessible and happening right here in Perth. Volunteering a weekend to join a similarly willing and dedicated team in problem solving and programming was a timely showcase from Zane Prickett and an invitation to join Unearthed. Now … Continue reading

Geo”Retro” Rabble – Perth 11

Taking a look at the past for this rabble!  Speakers: Lise Summers Val McDuff Nicholas Flett plus more to be announced soon! Date: 15th October, 2014 Time: Doors open 5:30pm, Presentations from 6:00 pm Location: Universal Bar, William St, Northbridge Format: A handful speakers, 10 mins each, usual rules. Registration: Attendance is free, but for catering purposes we need … Continue reading

Announcing GeoRabble Perth 10!

Happy Birthday to Us, Perth is now 10 georabble’s old.  For our 10th Rabble, we want a rabble of epic proportions! Speakers: Ross Currie Paul Lucey Rob Freeth Kellie Ireland plus more to be announced soon! Date: 26th June, 2014 Time: Doors open 5:30pm, Presentations from 6:00 pm Location: Universal Bar, William St, Northbridge Format: A handful speakers, 10 mins … Continue reading

GeoRabble Perth #9 Review

Over the four long, hot months since the WALIS forum in November, Perth geo-geeks built up a Rabble-sized thirst, with only one way to quench it… cue GeoRabble Perth #9! Held at the Universal Bar in Northbridge, this iteration of Perth’s favourite geo-outing drew a big crowd, including some of the usual suspects and many … Continue reading

Perth Georabble #8 Review

Around 170 people were a part of Perth’s biggest rabbling ever, with MC John Bryant leading the evening.  The event was held at Crown Burswood as a part of the WALIS Forum. Thanks to our sponsors SIBA (Spatial Industries Business Association) and WALIS Forum for having us there. Brett Madsen was the first speaker, and it was … Continue reading

GeoRabble Perth #8 – Dates, Speakers…. Tickets!

7th November 2013, doors open at 5:30pm The next highly anticipated edition of GeoRabble hits Perth on the 7th of November 2013, coinciding with the WALIS Forum, Australia’s largest spatial conference! GeoRabble #8 will be the highlight networking event on the Thursday evening of WALIS Forum to be held at the Crown Convention Centre at Burswood. Speakers: Lise … Continue reading

GeoRabble Perth #8 – Call for Speakers

We are looking for interesting, entertaining, passionate and downright geogeeky speakers. If you have something you want to share, and can do it in 10 minutes, then please let us know at perth@georabble.org! Join us Thursday the 7th of November somewhere near the WALIS Forum. Doors open 5:30 PM for a 6PM start. Registrations will open … Continue reading