Spatial Data Access and Integration to Support Livability:
A Case Study in North West Melbourne
8 August 2013 — Melbourne
The seminar ‘Spatial Data Access and Integration to Support Livability: A Case Study in North West Melbourne’ was held on Thursday 8 August 2013 at the Woodward Conference Centre, the University of Melbourne. In this seminar, the outcomes of the collaborative project with AURIN and ANDS were presented and the corresponding book regarding the project was launched.
National Land and Information Infrastructure Research
13 November 2012 — Melbourne
The seminar ‘National Land Information Infrastructure Research’ was held on Tuesday 13 November 2012 at the University of Melbourne (Graduate House) 9:30am – 2pm, 13 November 2012. This seminar covered the latest research from CSDILA, including a detailed discussion supporting the findings, products and future direction of the NIMLI project; and will also include discussion of other land-related research conducted at CSDILA.
4th Land Administration Forum for the Asia and Pacific Region - Beyond Spatial Enablement
5–7 October 2011 — Melbourne, Australia
This event took at the Graduate house in The University of Melbourne, Australia between 5 and 7 October 2011, and is organised by the University of Melbourne. The key objectives of this event were:
To discuss mapping, spatial information, SDI and land administration strategies to facilitate spatially enabled government;
- To share land administration experiences in the Asia and Pacific region with a focus on delivering spatial enablement;
- To share land administration experiences in the Asia and Pacific with a focus on national land administration and 3D cadastre to support e-government;
- To discuss the role of land administration and mapping agencies in developing a vision for “beyond spatial enablement”.
Summerschool: Advanced Spatial Data Infrastructures
8–15 July 2011 — Leuven, Belgium
This event took at the Irish College in Leuven between 8 and 15 July 2011, and is organised by the University of Melbourne (Australia), Leuven University and Brussels University (Belgium), and supported by Global Spatial Data Infrastrucure (GSDI) Association. The key objective of this Summer School is to enhance the knowledge about the current developments in the field of spatial data infrastructures.
Intensive course: Modern Cadastre and Land Administration
13–17 July 2009 — Melbourne
The Centre for SDIs and Land Administration, Department of Geomatics, The University of Melbourne has designed and conducted this intensive course, Modern Cadastre and Land Administration, from 13-17 July 2009 in Melbourne for participants from Indonesian government agencies and leading universities.
3rd UN Sponsored Land Administration Forum for the Asia and Pacific Region (Re-Engineering the Cadastre to Support E-Government)
24–26 May 2009 — Tehran, Iran
This forum is supported by UN sponsored Permanent Committee on GIS Infrastructure (PCGIAP) together with the Iran’s Deeds and Properties registration organisation, Iran Government, the International Federation of Surveyors (FIG), the Global Spatial Data Infrastructure Association (GSDI) and the Centre for Spatial Data Infrastructures and Land Administration, University of Melbourne.
International Seminar: Land Administration Trends and Issues in the Asia and Pacific Region
19–20 August 2008 — Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
A two day International seminar held in Malaysia from 19-20 August was a great success. More than 150 delegates from 30 countries and 5 international associations attended the seminar. On behalf of PCGIAPWG3, thanks to all the supporters and sponsors of the seminar particularly Malaysian Government for wonderful arrangement for their support and financial contribution.
DSE Progress Seminar 2004
The seminar took place on October 28th at Marland House. Presentations were delivered by all members of the Centre for Spatial Data Infrastructures and Land Administration. The audience consisted of senior managers from with in the Department of Sustainability and Environment.