Pacific Geospatial Conference 2022

Version 0.28 Nov. 30, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

We sadly had to cancel a session: “Risk information geodatabase to support planning for housing in Tonga” by Victorina Stephanie Nodis Leger.

We have moved a session around: “Georegulation - standardising the digital representation of maritime boundary data” by Jonah Sullivan (Nov. 30, 2022, 2:05 p.m. → Nov. 30, 2022, 10:40 a.m.)

Version 0.27 Nov. 30, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

We sadly had to cancel a session: “Effectiveness of 2020 airborne lidar for identifying archaeological sites and features on Guam” by Andrea Jalandoni, Maria Kottermair.

Version 0.26 Nov. 30, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

We have moved a session around: “Black Sky” by Maurice Borer (Nov. 29, 2022, 4:55 p.m. → Nov. 29, 2022, 5:55 p.m.)

Version 0.25 Nov. 29, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

We have moved a session around: “FFA Remote Sensing to combat IUU fishing in the Pacific” by Yohni Fepuleai (Nov. 30, 2022, 12:25 p.m. → Nov. 30, 2022, 2:05 p.m.)

Version 0.24 Nov. 29, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

We have a new session: “FFA Remote Sensing to combat IUU fishing in the Pacific” by Yohni Fepuleai .

Version 0.23 Nov. 29, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

We have a new session: “Black Sky” by Maurice Borer .

We sadly had to cancel a session: “Progress on the Pacific Risk Tool for Resilience project (phase 2)”

We have moved a session around: “Progress on the Pacific Risk Tool for Resilience project (phase 2)” by Johnny Tarry Nimau (Nov. 29, 2022, 4:55 p.m. → Nov. 29, 2022, 4:40 p.m.)

Version 0.22 Nov. 28, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

We have a new session: “2D and 3D Shoreline Changes of Reef Islands” by Maria Kottermair .

We had to move some sessions, so if you were planning on seeing them, check their new dates or locations:

Version 0.21 Nov. 28, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

Version 0.20 Nov. 28, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

We have a new session: “In-the-field data collection with QField and friends” by John Duncan, Kevin Davies, Ahi Saipaia, Nathan Wales .

Version 0.19 Nov. 28, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

We had to move some sessions, so if you were planning on seeing them, check their new dates or locations:

Version 0.18 Nov. 28, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

Sadly, we had to cancel sessions:

  • “GIS predictive models and why you should use them” by Elisa Puccioni
  • “OSGeo Oceania Grant Program” by Elisa Puccioni

We had to move some sessions, so if you were planning on seeing them, check their new dates or locations:

Version 0.17 Nov. 28, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

Version 0.16 Nov. 28, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

We have new sessions!

Version 0.15 Nov. 28, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

We have a new session: “Opening Ceremony” .

Version 0.14 Nov. 26, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

We have moved a session around: “QGIS Tips and Tricks from the Community” by Em Hain (Dec. 1, 2022, 1 p.m. → Dec. 1, 2022, 1:15 p.m.)

Version 0.13 Nov. 26, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

We had to move some sessions, so if you were planning on seeing them, check their new dates or locations:

Version 0.12 Nov. 26, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

We have a new session: “QGIS Tips and Tricks from the Community” by Em Hain .

Version 0.11 Nov. 25, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

We have a new session: “Development of Decision Ready Tools to Support Coastal and Marine Spatial Planning: Case Study for Funafuti, Tuvalu” by Chan-Su Yang, Sree Juwel Kumar Chowdhury .

Version 0.10 Nov. 25, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

We had to move some sessions, so if you were planning on seeing them, check their new dates or locations:

Version 0.9 Nov. 23, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

We have a new session: “Unlocking the potential of geospatial technologies for climate resilience” by Khaled Mashfiq .

We had to move some sessions, so if you were planning on seeing them, check their new dates or locations:

Version 0.8 Nov. 21, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

We have a new session: “Progress on the Pacific Risk Tool for Resilience project (phase 2)” by Johnny Tarry Nimau .

Version 0.7 Nov. 17, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

We have new sessions!

Sadly, we had to cancel sessions:

  • “Implementing and using Iwi-Cat - an Open Source stack to Support the Use and Management of Spatial Resources” by Byron Cochrane
  • “Iwi-Cat - Supporting the Use and Management of Iwi Spatial Resources with an Open Source Stack” by Byron Cochrane
  • “Running Geospatial and Machine Learning workloads in the cloud” by Natacha Fort

We had to move some sessions, so if you were planning on seeing them, check their new dates or locations:

Version 0.6 Nov. 10, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

Version 0.5 Nov. 9, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

We have new sessions!

We sadly had to cancel a session: “Panel - Challenges and Opportunities to anticipate and manage impacts of Global Warming”

We had to move some sessions, so if you were planning on seeing them, check their new dates or locations:

Version 0.4 Oct. 31, 2022

Added room breaks.

We sadly had to cancel a session: “Applications of Geospatial Technology to Development Planning: An East New Britain Province Experience.” by Chris Towatikai Apisai.

Version 0.3 Oct. 25, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

We had to move some sessions, so if you were planning on seeing them, check their new dates or locations:

Version 0.2 Oct. 25, 2022

We released a new schedule version!

Version 0.1 Oct. 25, 2022

We released our first schedule!
We note that some have been placed outside available times. If you are unable to make your assigned slot, please contact us and we will endeavour to amend it. Note that Thursday is workshop day so no presentations will be assigned for this day at this time.
As we will be posting this up this week, please feel free to update any of your images or associated media and bios.