WOW! We had 95 people attend the GEMA Special Interest Group on May 3rd. Thank you to our speakers for their great presentations: NEMA Update Roger Ball, Manager National Operations, NEMAGeospatial will Enable – Across NZ Police Sarah Hodgson, Manager Geospatial Intelligence, NZ PoliceUpdate on Shaking Layers Danielle Charlton, Hazard and Risk Management Scientist, GNS ScienceQuakeText: Mapping Disaster… Read More GEMA Special Interest Group – 3rd May
Keep an eye on your emails for the January 2023 community news, including: – Information about the upcoming GEMA Special Interest Group– Surveys regarding public information for roads and drinking water
Check out our past StoryMaps in this post. We’ll post links to new bi-monthly newsletters and six-monthly StoryMaps here in the future.
You may notice a few things changing on our website over the coming months. We’re making some updates. If something seems odd or amiss don’t panic, all your GEMA content will be back in place ASAP. If something from the website is an urgent problem for you then get hold of us at email@example.com
On Wednesday 9th March 2022, NZGIS4EM changed its name to GEMA – Geospatial Emergency Management Aotearoa. Please stand by for updates to this website. In the meantime please join our Slack community on https://nzemgeo.slack.com
Welcome to the 2020/21 NZGIS4EM Committee Members and Technical Advisors. https://nzgis4em.com/committee/
The Style Sheets and PNG zip files are now available via the links below: ESRI Style Sheet (V1) PNG Symbols (V1) These can also be found at the bottom of the Symbology page.
Hi all! Our Symbology document is now available for viewing within the following page: https://nzgis4em.com/symbology/
This page will showcase (as they are developed and published) all the dashboards utilised by members of the NZGIS4EM group. You can find it under the ‘Tools’ page and the direct link for it is here.