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Brisbane GIS Day 2014, the largest GIS Day event in the world, is coming to Brisbane’s QUT Gardens Point Campus on Wednesday 19th November.
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announced by GIS People over 5 years , category: Government & Public Service, Technology
Award-winning location intelligence company GIS People has been chosen to develop a solution for the Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads’ (TMR) ‘graffiti problem’.
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announced by GIS People over 5 years , category: Government & Public Service, Science, Technology
Location intelligence company GIS People has entered into a new partnership with CartoDB –  providers of a cloud-based mapping, analysis and visualisation engine that lets users build spatial applications for both mobile and the web.  CartoDB is used by
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announced by GIS People over 5 years , category: Business & Management, Science, Technology
GIS People has announced a formal business partnership with DigitalGlobe – leading provider of commercial high-resolution earth observation data and advanced geospatial solutions that help decision-makers better understand our changing planet in order t
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announced by GIS People over 5 years , category: Business & Management, Technology
GIS People’s Managing Director Igor Stjepanovic is the recipient of Brisbane’s Lord Mayor’s Multicultural Entrepreneur of the Year Award 2014.
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announced by GIS People over 5 years , category: Technology
GIS People, a Brisbane-based high-tech start-up company, has won the title of Information Technology Champion at the Australian Small Business Champion Awards 2014.
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announced by GIS People over 5 years , category: Technology
GIS People is 4 years old

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announced by GIS People over 5 years , category: Education & Learning, Technology
An updated course catalogue has been published by GIS College
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announced by GIS People over 5 years , category: Education & Learning, Technology
Australia’s GIS College has announced the introduction of its handy new course credit scheme.
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