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Sustainable, equitable communities drives Spatial Vision in becoming latest member of Smart Cities Council

Submitted by Adam Beck on June 24, 2021

Smart Cities Council Australia New Zealand (SCCANZ) has announced its most recent member, Spatial Vision, an organisation working across geospatial and information technology, analytics, visualisation and consulting.

With over 20 years’ experience in helping governments and organisations unlock meaningful insights, “Spatial Vision joins the Council at a time when data leadership is more important than ever before and we know their contribution to our core programs will further support our thriving community”, said Adam Beck, SCCANZ’s Executive Director.

“With an increased demand in strategy development and business case preparation for government investment in Digital Twin capability, sustainability-led urban planning and high-quality data insights, we know the Spatial Vision team will have an impact in helping drive better outcomes for our communities.”

“We have been impressed with the company’s entrenched commitment to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and how they are shaping their products and services around the role information technology can play in accelerating the Goals,” said Beck of Spatial Vision’s corporate values.

“Use of Spatial Digital Twins in Australia and globally is a growing conversation between Government, Industry and Academia. There are significant economic benefits to be gained, and clear strategies and road-maps will help strengthen the actions required for implementation on a larger scale” said Dr Zaffar Sadiq Mohamed-Ghouse, Executive Director, Strategic Consulting & International Relations at Spatial Vision. "We’re delighted to be part of the Smart Cities Council and looking forward to working with other public and private sector members who are striving to lead the next generation of practice and policy making for our digital economy."


About Spatial Vision

Spatial Vision utilises geographic (geospatial) information and technology to assist organisations in making better decisions, and addressing the challenges of today and tomorrow. We bring together location intelligence, analytics, data visualisation and digital twin technology to help build liveable, resilient smart cities and suburbs.

Our award-winning solutions include smart city planning with the NSW Department of Primary Industries and Environment (DPIE), developing a strategic two-year roadmap to assist DPIE in meeting future business requirements, sustainably managing resources and promoting future economic growth.

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