As we prepare for NZEUC 2019 at Skycity Auckland this week – have a look at NZEUG member Craig MacAlpines’ short video after attending the International Esri User Conference in San Diego, USA in July.
Thanks for being a great representative for us Craig – hope you really enjoyed the experience.
We hope that you are attending NZEUC this year and will take time to come along to your AGM which is at 2pm Tuesday 13th in the Epsom 1 & 2 Rooms.
Also, if you are attending NZEUC feel free to call into our booth in the Community Hub and catch up with the committee.
Once again we will have our video booth setup for you to record your thoughts about everything GIS. We’re doing things a little different this year – make a video in our booth and go into a random draw to win one of five free Full memberships to NZEUG for 2020.
We are always wanting to help students of GIS.
This year we decided to offer the chance for our existing Student Members to attend the NZ Esri Users Conference for free.
Well, actually we will cover their registration costs.
Although most of our Student Members would like to attend, at times it’s not always possible.
But we are super excited to announce that Luke Sussex & Affan Rachman, both from AUT in Auckland, will now be attending NZEUC.
When asked how attending NZEUC would benefit them; they both agree about the power of networking and seeing GIS being used in real-world scenarios.
So, if you’re at NZEUC this year; and you meet Luke and Affan be sure to talk about what it is that you do and how you are applying the Science of Where.
NZEUG (in association with Eagle Technology) is super excited to announce that our “Full Members” are now eligible for a 10% discount if they are accepted onto the GALoP-X program.
GALoP-X is a six week programme designed to close the skills gap; developed to quickly bring emerging spatial professionals up to speed with the use and application of the latest geospatial technology. It aims to grow and develop the participant’s skills to a level where they can make significant contributions to their organisations.
For more information on the program click here
The NZSEA recognises the achievements of the spatial industry and showcases the projects of top performing professionals and organisations. They are looking for entries from anyone who has worked on an exciting or innovative project in the last year.
Visit www.nzsea.org to find out more. There’s a bunch of new resources online to help you prepare your award-winning entry.
Entries closes Sunday, 30 June 2019.
NZEUG are pleased to announce the winner of the Eagle Training Prize associated with the survey response from the attendees of NZEUG Regional User Conference in March/April 2019.
Congratulations Kevin Zhu from MGLA in Hamilton.
We also would like to thanks our event partner Eagle Technology for providing this training.
We were lucky to have Joseph Kerski, Esri Education Manager attend 4 of our RUCs last month.
All be it a very busy schedule – Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin in just four days; Joseph shared his views on everything geospatial with over 400 RUC attendees collectively.
We seem to have made an impression on him as he put together this video after he left us.
Special thanks to Eagle Technology for supporting us to bring Joseph to Aotearoa.
Huge thanks to everyone who attended our GIS Day Events across the country. We ran 8 events at the same time in, Auckland, Rotorua, New Plymouth, Gisborne, Napier, Wellington, Blenheim and Christchurch. This was a first for us, we are really happy with it went.
We were also very fortunate to have Joseph Kerski, Esris Education Manager, send us a video to commemorate the 20th GIS Day, check out the video here;
We also showcased a couple of videos from the video booth we had at NZ Esri User Conference in August.
We added one more video for luck, you can see it here