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Good things come in threes – 2022 SSSI events roundup

Good things come in threes – 2022 SSSI events roundup

What a pleasure it was to have a presence at three of the biggest Surveying and Spatial Sciences Institute (SSSI) events of 2022. As a Sustaining Partner of  SSSI, attending these events facilitated opportunities for AAM, a Woolpert Company team members to learn and network with geospatial leaders and industry professionals across multiple states.  

We are proud to have sponsored the annual Queensland Regional Conference, Victorian Surveying and Spatial Summit, and the New South Wales Regional Conference, connecting with industry and showcasing our capability and credibility through exhibiting, presenting, panel discussion and facilitating a masterclass.

Congratulations to our Asia – Pacific Spatial Excellence awards (APSEA) winners Zaffar Sadiq Mohamed-Ghouse who was named Professional of the Year – VIC region, and Brian Nicholls who received the Diversity and Inclusion Award – NSW/ACT region.

We would also like to commend our speakers Henrique Reis, Daniel Kruimel, Michael De Lacy and Brian Nicholls on their presentations and insights into geospatial data as well as Owen Parfrey who delivered a GIS Masterclass exploring various deployment models. AAM also had the pleasure of hosting a panel on the Metaverse chaired by Zaffar Sadiq Mohamed-Ghouse with panellist Brian Nicholls and other industry leaders.    

Connecting with our peers and clients is the driving force behind we why engage with these events, along with developing our knowledge and awareness of current and future industry trends. This ensures we remain industry leaders and your chosen spatial data provider.  

Find out more about upcoming SSSI events on their website. 

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