e-Spatial welcomes back Kat Salm, our new Principal Consultant, based in Christchurch. Read More
e-Spatial’s CIO, Matti Seikkula, has recently been appointed to the CRC-SI Program 3 board.
A big shout out to Tim and the team who organise the Special Children’s Christmas party each year, of which e-Spatial are proud to be a sponsor.
e-Spatial’s Wei Ji Leong gives an insight into the massive advantage of 3D imagery over 2D when looking at geographic terrain – in the context of the 14 November Kaikoura earthquake.
Wei Ji Leong joins e-Spatial as a GIS Analyst in our growing consulting team. A recent graduate, Wei Ji provides a fresh approach to the use of open source technology in developing and delivering solutions for our clients.
In the first of a series of Blog Posts, e-Spatial’s CIO and Consultant Matti Seikkula looks into the future – an Augumented Future.
Soon, thinking about Technology will be a thing of the past. It will be embedded (augmented) seamlessly into everything we do. IT (Information Technology) will become OT (Operational Technology) – it will happen out of sight, behind the scenes, through interfaces that require no technical understanding.Read More
e-Spatial has appointed Maren John following a marked increase in demand for spatial consultancy.
e-Spatial recently won a contestable RFP process, run by Christchurch City Council to review their Geographic Information Systems (GIS), and develop a strategy and roadmap for the future of GIS services.
e-Spatial has appointed Neil Reynard to a newly established role of Database Administrator (DBA) in our technical team.