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The Spatial Excellence Awards celebrate the achievements of top spatial information enterprises and individuals and showcase the finest projects and most significant performance of professionals that the Surveying and Spatial Industry have to offer. Projects and individuals attaining recognition at this premier event are deemed to be truly outstanding achievers and pre-eminent in their field.

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WA closing date

Applications for Western Australia close on Friday 14th September!


Awarding Excellence

Supported by the four pillars of our industry – academia, government, research and the private sector our awards are an opportunity to celebrate our rising stars.
The awards are a long-standing premier event in our calendar and previous years have seen an excellent standard of competition, with a diverse range of individuals and small, medium and large private, public and academic sector organisations vying for these prestigious awards.
The Asia Pacific Spatial Excellence Awards are conducted regionally in 9 locations across the Asia Pacific region, culminating in a national gala dinner at Locate19, to be held in Melbourne in April 2019.

Regional Awards

Regional heats are celebrated with an awards ceremony.

In 2018 regional heats are being celebrated in Australian Capital Territory, New South Wales, New Zealand, Pacific Islands, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria and Western Australia.

Tickets are on sale close to event dates and advertised here.

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Why Enter

Winning an award has a real sense of accomplishment – it feels great, and others notice too!

“As a past winner my organisation has received real business value through the Spatial Excellence Awards and I strongly encourage you to consider participating” Peter James, Cohga, 2017 winner

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Winners & Finalists

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Bureau of Meteorology

Geospatial weather viewer MeteyetM

Insight Survey Pty Ltd, Leighton Contractors Pty Ltd, WA Limestone, GHD Pty Ltd, Main Roads (WA)

The New Pert Bunbury Highway


Satellite Intelligence to serve Maritime Surveillance

New Caledonia regularly faces maritime surveillance issues such as illegal fishing or recently the stranding of a container ship. One of the ways is to have satellite information enough precise for the identification, the analysis and especially very quickly delivered in order to be able to envisage an intervention. A Qëhnelö ™ Hub has been deployed to drain off the daily flows of satellite information and the means of analysis and to get the results in real time.

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