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Brett Bundock's passion for spatial science has seen him build a career spanning more than three decades, across four continents. As the Managing Director of: Esri Australia; Esri Singapore; Esri Indonesia; Esri Malaysia; and MapData Services – Brett is regarded as one of the Asia Pacific region's most influential contributors to the spatial industry.
An avid supporter of various spatial industry associations and of the broader Esri user community, Brett is currently serving as a Director on the Board of SIBA GITA, and has been a SIBA member for more than 17 years.
Brett holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Geography, Cartography and Government Administration, as well as a Graduate Diploma in Mapping and Surveying Studies. Brett's vision is to have spatial technology make a real and positive difference to all organisations across the Asia Pacific region. Brett has had a significant impact on the growth of the technology into new, non-traditional markets and user bases.
This drive to share the value of geography with the broader business community shapes the near-future for the Esri Asia Pacific group and has served to position Esri Australia as the nation's leading Geographic Information System (GIS) solutions provider.
Alistair became a Licensed Surveyor in 1991 and has worked extensively throughout the state. In 2000 he took up a management role within private consulting surveying firm Goodwin Midson. Whilst with Goodwin Midson, he has managed a number of significant developments in SE Qld for both the private sector and government agencies.
Antoine has been working in the Information Technology, Information Management and Spatial Sciences industry for over 30 years, in which time he has been involved in a wide variety of strategic, operational and project work, encompassing project management, team leadership, business & systems analysis, technical systems assessment, data analysis & modelling, data quality management, solutions architecture, asset management, completions management and the design, implementation and deployment of spatiallyenabled systems.
Whilst at AECOM, Antoine has undertaken significant program and project roles in Asset Management, GIS and Data Management for clients such as Queensland Rail, Department of Transport and the Department of Defence. Antoine has produced and delivered technical papers on GIS & Asset Management at international GITA (Geospatial Technology & Technology Association) and CORE (Conference for Rail Engineering) conferences in the field of GIS, Information and Asset Management.
Antoine would like to see a unified community of spatial professionals with spatial information and associated technologies being recognised as a core enabler of achieving business outcomes, any where, any time, any place. He sees a continuing convergence of technologies such as BIM, CAD and GIS and is excited to be part of this growing industry.
He was a past President of GITA ANZ and current Board member of the merged SIBA|GIBA, and keen to continue assisting the Board in developing and delivering holistic services to its membership and industry
Maurits is recognised as one of Australia's leading authorities in the design and implementation of spatial data infrastructures, and web delivery of spatial data. Maurits has a long career in consulting government and the private sector on developing location-intelligence strategies, enabling technology frameworks, planning and implementation. Having worked for over 20 years in the spatial information industry in Europe, the USA and Australia, he has developed an extensive international network. His areas of interest and expertise extend into Location Based Services, Emergency Management and Social Media. Maurits volunteers his time to not-for-profit initiatives such as BushfireConnect, GeoNext and GeoRabble.
Ralph (BSc (Geology), DipCompSc, MBA (Tech Mgt)) has 24 years experience in the spatial information industry, providing strategic and technical consultancy services and developing spatial solutions for a wide range of organisations in the utilities, mining, defence, natural resources and government sectors.As an information technology specialist, Ralph also developed and marketed a number of successful software applications in the GIS and image analysis markets. Prior to entering the spatial information industry, Ralph was a field geologist in the minerals exploration in eastern Australia.Experience included geological field mapping, interpretation of imagery, geochemical and geophysical surveys, designing and conducting drilling programs, underground mapping and surveying.
Lyn Terrett is an experienced Company Director and business owner of spatial technology companies for over 20 years. As a Director and Company Secretary of RapidMap and founding Director of Iconyx, Lyn understands the challenges of the small and large business members.
On 25th September, 2014 Lyn was presented with the SSSI Services to Surveying and Spatial Sciences Award by Peter Woodgate CRCSI for her work in promoting Destination Spatial nationally.
Lyn Terrett brings business and technical experience, the credibility of international career achievements, industry contacts and networks as wells as “Women in Spatial” touch to the Board. Passionate about Destination Spatial, Lyn chairs the Victorian committee and promotes www.destinationspatial.org and tertiary courses nationally to ensure we can locally educate our future employees.
Technologies and policies are changing rapidly. Lyn’s efforts will be to proactively engage with, and represent the SIBA membership to grow the spatial industry to benefit all.
Peter studied surveying at the University of Queensland and has subsequent postgraduate qualifications in Surveying and Mapping Studies from UQ and Project Management from the Australian College of Project Management. Peter commenced his professional career in the Queensland and Australian Governments carrying out major project work and geodetic and control surveying, including a period on the Navstar GPS survey of Iceland and the glaciological traverse work of the Australian Antarctic Research Expedition.