Geospatial Evolutions – From lands to seas to stars


Each year, the Locate conference attracts national and international delegates from within and outside the geospatial industry. As Australia’s premier geospatial conference, Locate provides guests with a unique opportunity to learn about the latest trends and applications in geospatial technologies.

Locate Conferences Australia Pty Ltd is owned by the Geospatial Council of Australia and encompasses inputs from a wide range of stakeholders.

Dr Zaffar Sadiq Mohamed-Ghouse is recognised as one of the spatial leaders in Australia and Globally. Zaffar is Director of Advisory & Innovation at Woolpert based in Melbourne. He has held senior and executive roles at Spatial Vision, FrontierSI (the former Cooperative Research Centre for Spatial Information), GHD and Sinclair Knight Merz (Jacobs) and Institute of Remote Sensing, Anna University. He has over 25 years of experience in review and provides a strategic plan for positioning networks including products; client management, strategic consulting studies, business development, project management, systems review and integration for Utility Industry and Government, design, development and management of spatial databases, review data framework policies, develop spatial analyses techniques and technology including GIS applications development for major clients in Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, Indonesia, India, United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia. He has led several Multi-Million Dollar National Mapping projects for State and Federal governments globally. Zaffar has published extensively in GIS, Surveying, Remote Sensing, Data Management and SDIs.

Bradley Slape is South Australia’s 23rd Surveyor-General. Bradley has had an extensive career in both the private and public sectors and brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the position of Surveyor-General. He has a strong focus on cadastral integrity and regulatory compliance and as the South Australian representative on the National Intergovernmental Committee on Surveying & Mapping (ICSM) he is involved in several national reform programs. Previously, Bradley has worked alongside the previous Surveyor-General, Michael Burdett, to ensure that the Office of the Surveyor-General and related industries remain contemporary.

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