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GeoRabble Tas #10

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Saint John Craft Beer Bar

133 Saint John Street

Launceston, TAS 7250

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GeoRabble returns to Tasmania on Thursday 17 October 2019 at St John Craft Beer Bar on St John Street Launceston, sponsored by Esk Mapping and GIS. Networking drinks start at 5:30pm. Presentations commence shortly there after followed by more networking.

RSVP and enjoy the night with friends sharing geospatial ideas, free of sales pitches and hidden agendas! Each presentation is light, relevant to geo-something and only 10 minutes long.

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John Dent - Convict Probation Stations in Northern Tasmania

There are nearly 30 convict probation or road stations in northern Tasmania dating from the 1820s to 1850s. The exact location of only a handful of these stations is actually known. Historic maps and surveying expertise is leading to the discovery of some of these convict sites and subsequent archaeological investigation is revealing that much still remains from these early convict sites.

Leigh Cornwell - Surveying for City of Launceston

Surveying and asset management has changed a great deal over the past 20 years from paper plans and assets recorded for a handful of features to creating and maintaining asset records for just about everything Council owns. We'll take a look at what they are and the techniques used for surveying them as well as some other areas that use the Councils surveying services.

Tim Bendall – Port Arthur Historic Web Map

Port Arthur is a web mapping project for the public and for archeologists / academics. It shows the site as it was during it's time as a convict prison and via a time slider you can see the site as it was for any year between 1833 and 1878. This includes records of any offenses committed on-site and all of this data is searchable. We also allow for admin users to upload and display georeferenced images including historic plans.

Alex Leith - Building Digital Earth Africa

At Geoscience Australia, we’re building the technical components of Digital Earth Africa, which is a project that aims to make Earth observation data and analyses more accessible for the entire African continent.

This will be an unapologetically technical talk about solving unreasonably big data problems using cloud services and will briefly talk about impacts, challenges and opportunities involved in the Digital Earth Africa project.

Date: Thursday 17th October, 2019
Time: Doors open 5:30pm, Presentations from 5.45 pm
Location: St John Craft Beer, Launceston

Standard Georabble Format: A handful speakers, 10 mins each, usual rules.

Registration: Attendance is free, but for catering purposes we need you to register!

Big shoutout and thanks to Esk Mapping and GIS for sponsoring GeoRabble this time. https://www.eskmapping.com.au

What is GeoRabble?

GeoRabble is about celebrating the everyday challenges and triumphs of working with location. Everything from the mundane to the glamorous, unfiltered by professional bodies, government and private company agendas and industry politics.

Who is GeoRabble for?

Anyone who has anything to do with GeoHipsters, GeoTech, GeoDev, GeoBusiness, GeoTrends, GeoFutures, GeoPasts – you name it, as long as you’re passionate and want to share your challenges, triumphs, frustrations and pride in the work that you do.

Please contact us if you'd like to be a part of sponsoring a future event.

The Small Print follows: GeoRabble Rules

1. Celebrate each others’ triumphs
2. Respect each others’ choice – no technology bigotry
3. No sales pitches – this includes services, software, data etc.
4. No company logos or ‘about us’ slides
5. Keep it short

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Launceston, TAS 7250

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