On 15 December, a new version of AURIN’s flagship facility, the ‘Portal’, went live. We decided to bring out a new release before the end of this year rather than wait until March for our final scheduled release, Beta6. This was mostly so that we could implement the final changes to the user-interface resulting from the […]
AURIN has been developing a relationship with ETH Singapore’s Future Cities Laboratory. There is an immense potential in combining urban data, simulation models and advanced visualisation technologies to assist in cross-city comparative analytics and and collaboration.
Dr Jack Barton presented the keynote address to the Fifth Open Source GIS Conference – OSGIS 2014 giving an overview and some technical insights of AURIN to the international geospatial community. The conference spanned two days from the 2nd to the 3rd of September at the Nottingham Geospatial Institute, University of Nottingham.
AURIN, in conjunction with SSSI, has almost completed a circuit of all the Australian major cities, having run our Masterclasses in Canberra, Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane, Hobart and Perth.
You may have noticed things are looking a bit different around here! The AURIN homepage has been redeveloped and the new site went live mid-July. This presents a more comprehensive picture of the breadth and depth of the AURIN project, as well as clearer access to the increasing number of facilities and tools populating the […]
We have over 1000 datasets directly available on the Portal, and one of these is Australian Property Monitors’ (APM) Property Sales Data. If you’d like to know more about how to navigate this dataset, we have uploaded a tutorial on Vimeo to make this much easier. In it you will find current property information and […]