24 August 2023 to 25 August 2023
We are living in a world where we are faced with many complex sustainability challenges. GIS is pivotal to finding solutions to meet these challenges. With the power of data, maps and technological advancements, we can find clarity in complexity and shine a light on the way to a more sustainable future. Hear from a variety of interesting, creative, forward spatial thinkers at FunGIS’s 32nd annual conference!
24 May 2023 to 26 May 2023
We're packing our things and heading to Mareeba for the Rotary FNQ Field Days! 24, 25 and 26 May 2023. Come say G'day and hear about what we're doing to connect the agricultural community to geospatial.
14 December 2022 5:15pm
Artificial Intelligence (AI) will soon be involved in every aspect of land management. At this MapChat, Andrew Mitchell will give us insight into the development of recent AI model apps, WeedScan and FeralScan, and how they're improving agricultural and environmental weed management outcomes.
15 September 2022 to 16 September 2022
We live in a world of mobile devices, big change and forward momentum. Our theme this year is 'Mapping on the Move!', aimed to capture a broad range of geospatial topics. From mobile data collection, to managing moving data, adapting to and driving change through maps, providing near-real-time solutions and solving spatial problems. Hear from a variety of interesting, creative forward thinkers in the spatial sphere at our annual 31st conference!
5 July 2022
At this month's MapChat, Alistair Hart will introduce us to the Google MyMaps platform and demonstrate it in action. Following on from this, we will apply what we have learnt in a facilitated discussion on setting up a community mapping project, led by a group of local volunteers.
20 April 2022 5:30pm
For our April MapChat, we'll be joined by John Brisbin! John will present some simple approaches to laying out a new route from the coast to the Tablelands.
9 March 2022 5:30pm
Join us at our favourite local, The Bluewater, to hear from Project Officer, Mathilde Gordon, who will tell us how Tangaroa Blue is charging forward to tackle the global problem of marine debris head on - with data! Meet us in the bistro at 5:30 for a 6pm start.
18 November 2021 to 19 November 2021
This year FunGIS turns 30. That's 30 years of active information-sharing, collaboration, and learning by GIS users in the Far North. To celebrate this milestone, we're planning an extra-special annual conference in November 2021! Keep an eye on this space!
31 March 2021
At this MapChat we'll hear from Senior Field Ecologist, Dave Nelson, who will talk about the pivotal role of GIS and remote sensing in managing fires in the Kimberley.
10 February 2021 5:20pm
New to QGIS? keen to learn some handy hints around navigating this free and open source software? Jump online to hear from David Cini about his user experience! From his favourite plugins, sources for further learning and creating a project, developing a map atlas to print a hard copy map book based on themes and a map index.
20 November 2020 8:45am to 5:00pm
FunGIS and OSGeo (the Open Source Geospatial Foundation) are teaming up to bring the FOSS4G Oceania 2020 conference to Cairns. This will be a 1 day hybrid event with exciting speakers from a range of GIS fields presenting in-person at James Cook University's Idea Lab, and videolinked speakers from other FOSS4G events across Oceania.
21 October 2020 7:00pm
FunGIS is proud to bring you a monthly roster of new and engaging presentations from GIS leaders in the Far North. Due to COVID-restrictions presentations are currently online-only, but will move to a hybrid in-person and online model soon.
16 September 2020 5:00pm to 6:00pm
19 August 2020 5:40pm to 8:00pm
26 February 2020 5:30pm
Taking an outdated and overworked web mapping platform into the modern day with SQL Server 2019 and Spectrum Spatial Analyst
11 December 2019 5:30pm
Mobile data collection is here and it's here to stay! Join us at The Bluewater as Gareth Humpheys from WTMA walks us through the challenges and triumphs of setting up a mobile data collection app.
13 November 2019 5:30pm
Next Generation GISers
11 September 2019 5:30pm
14 August 2019 5:30pm to 7:30pm
17 July 2019 5:30pm