It is easy to forget how privileged we are, in terms of our campus environment. This segment on our campus was broadcast on Fri 1 Oct 2021, 8:00pm and shares some of the history and “behind the scenes” work that goes into the environment… Continue Reading “Seeing our Campus”
The school’s Trimble R10 RTK/RTX has now been added and is available for borrowing. For new users of this RTK system as well as the other RTK units the school owns, please contact SEALS-fieldequipment or SAL prior to booking to discuss what the gear… Continue Reading “RTK GPS Equipment – Loans and Advice”
CASA is introducing a new remotely piloted aircraft (RPA) registration and RPAS operator accreditation scheme
Do you need to access BaseMaps from an ESRI Server?
You need to patch your ArcGIS Desktop Installation!
The computer refresh is about to begin in the Toni O’Neill Spatial Research Lab. If you have any data stored on the hard drives of ANY of the TOL computers that are NOT backed up somewhere go and make a backup. The hard drives… Continue Reading “TOL Computer Refresh”
The first SALtech session for 2018 is this Wednesday, starting 12.30: Fieldwork Planning for Data Analysis.
Please RSVP on the blog.
The Scheduled IT Maintenance Dates are out – it is always worth knowing when they are, or at least where to check them so you don’t get caught trying to work with systems that are not available for a brief period so they are there all the rest of the time!
Sometimes, you just need to see your research area to help get a handle on what you are doing. There are a number of online tools that can help you get an overview of your site, here are some to get you started…
GISc Model Development Discussion tomorrow in the SALtech Session – starting at 11am in the Map Library.
No computers or software allowed 😉
If you are going out into the field and have enough flexibility in your planning to factor in getting the best possible satellite coverage for your GPS data collection, the Trimble GNSS Planning Online tool is definitely worth checking out.