S+SNZ Annual Conference
The annual conference is the biggest CPD event of the year for surveying and spatial professionals. It invites the sharing of knowledge amongst peers, bringing together networking opportunities for all delegates and is an essential event for your professional development and connectivity to the sector.
2021 Auckland Conference
Building Back Better
We've all experienced changes we couldn’t have imagined in our lives over the past year, and our 2021 conference theme is on-point - we will be drawing on the ability of individuals and teams adapting to change, adversity and setbacks in the current environment. The ‘Building Back Better’ conference program will include presentations on rebuilding and improving the economy, with a focus on resilient mindsets to support our members while they navigate the challenges and changes ahead. By sharing concepts, ideas and knowledge, we all have opportunities to help build back the survey and spatial sector.
Super-early-bird registrations are open until 27 May - get your ticket and register here.
2019 Auckland Conference
Shaping Tomorrow's Communities
In a rapidly evolving external environment we are positioning ourselves for the future.
We are a very diverse group of professionals and we all make important contributions to the built environment. Working together helps us all remain at the cutting-edge of technology. Everything we do in communities, rural and urban, is shaped by the expertise of surveying and spatial professionals somewhere along the way.
By sharing concepts, ideas and knowledge we all have outstanding opportunities ahead to create more robust communities throughout New Zealand. Visit the conference website www.surveyspatialnzconference.org
2018 Nelson Conference
2018 Conference Theme: Ambitious, Diverse, Connected
The Surveying and Spatial profession aspires to build a better world for future generations. We are ambitious and experiencing profound and diverse changes in data capture and utilisation, and this is what we do. Showcasing projects and connecting members with the skills they need is what this conference is about.
- Download the joint NZIS-SIRCNZ Proceedings below.
- 20 Jun 2017
- 14 May 2021