Geomatics Indaba 2016 – Proceedings Day 1

November 24th, 2016, Published in Articles: PositionIT

 

Keynote address: Our changing world: the need for international standards
by Rob Mahoney, RICS

South Africa spatial data infrastructure assessment and evaluation
by Andrew Tshililo, StatsSA

Application to register geospatial projects on the SASDI Data Capture Project Register (DCPR)
by Sam Motswenyane, National Spatial Information Framework

The National Spatial Planning Data Repository (NSPDR) Ecosystem
by Mfanafuthi Gama and Paul Strydom, Department of Rural Development and Land Reform

Requirement for a Marine SDI in South Africa
by Nicolene Fourie, CSIR – Meraka Institute

Supporting decision making in South Africa through the development of innovative data products
by Stuart Martin, GeoTerraImage

African Geodetic Reference Frame: A standard for positioning and navigation
by Ivan F. Muzondo, University of Pretoria

Mapping beyond boundaries: challenges and prospect of professional surveying practice in Nigeria
by Dinebari Akpee, University of New Brunswick and Gaage Friday Aabe, Aogo Olutosin Jacob and Needam Yiinu, Ken Saro Wiwa Polytechnic

Improving Rwanda Land Administration Information Systems
by Kendall James, Leica Geosystems

The future of the geomatics profession and where we fit in
by Altus Strydom, Geo-Spatial Consulting

Strengthening collaboration between professionals within the built environment: Why we need to be talking to one another
by Janet Channing, SAIV and Peter Newmarch, SAGI

Leveraging current domestic and global frameworks to enhance geospatial capacity and contribute effectively to the development of the continent
by Lawrence Modise, Statistics South Africa

Virtual field trips for grade 12 learners
by Tsholofelo Diphoko, Claire Knight and Sanet Eksteen, Esri South Africa

Identification of strategically located agricultural land for land reform using GIS and multi-criteria decision analysis
by Matheri Kangethe, Agizo Solutions, and Dr. Walter Musakwa, University of Johannesburg

Dangerous development on dolomite: considering the spatial distribution of low–income human settlements in the Gauteng City Region
by Maryna Storie, Geographic Risk Management

Geographic information systems as a tool for electrification backlog determination
by Kaylin Barber and Sanjian Malapermal, Eskom

Planning for primary health care services
by Francois Venter, Gauteng Department of Health

Conceptualising custodian contributions for wetlands date
by Nicolene Fourie, CSIR

Mining information systems and the importance of appropriate architectural designs as key enablers for MIS deployments
by Freddie Huyser, Optron

Keynote address: Role of Regional Centre for Mapping of Resources for Development in the promotion of geo-information in national development in the east and southern Africa region
by Dr. Hussein Farah, Regional Centre for Mapping of Resources for Development

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