The Geospatial Council of Australia (GCA) is currently seeking nominations for up to two positions on the Board.
The Geospatial Council of Australia (GCA), the peak professional body for the geospatial sector, is pleased to announce the appointment of The Honourable Kate Lundy, HonLittD, GAICD, as its new Independent Non-Executive Director.
Congratulations to the following 2023 Victorian award winners, which were announced at our Excellence Awards Reception in Melbourne on Thursday 14 September.
Congratulations to the following 2023 Tasmanian award winners, which were announced at our Excellence Awards Reception in Hobart on Friday 1 September, as part of our Tasmanian Geospatial Conference.
Congratulations to the following State award winners who are now eligible for the prestigious Oceanic competition, to be announced as part of the Locate Conference in May 2024.
The Geospatial Council of Australia (GCA) has made a submission into the Australian Government’s review of ANZSCO Classifications, calling for greater recognition of the geospatial professions.
The Geospatial Council of Australia is looking for businesses interested in giving some geospatial students the opportunity to attend a conference and gain the benefits of interacting with the geospatial community.
The Queensland Globe provides an online interactive experience to view Queensland’s location-based information.
The Board has recently approved the introduction of a new Progression to Surveyor Policy. The policy has been uploaded onto the Board website – a link is also provided below.
Members of the Geospatial Council of Australia are invited to participate in providing feedback for the Australian and New Zealand Standard Classification of Occupations (ANZSCO) Round 2 submission.
News the government has cancelled the $1.2b National Space Mission for Earth Observation (NSMEO) program has been received with disappointment by the geospatial community.
The Geospatial Excellence Awards are a unique opportunity to celebrate the stars of our industry!
Geospatial innovations around climate change, environmental impact solutions and earth observations for First Nations are among the winners of the 2022 Asia Pacific Spatial Excellence Awards (APSEA).
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The Geospatial Council of Australia (currently trading as Surveying & Spatial Sciences Institute) congratulates the...