Geometry Gives Citizen Science Wings

Geometry has been awarded the contract to develop a citizen science application for the Butterflies Australia Project.

Managed through the Australian National University, the project will support the establishment of the first national database of validated butterfly sightings data. Geometry is developing  a website and smartphone application to enable the collection of field data for butterflies in Australia. In addition, a moderation framework will be provided to allow data validation by experts. All components of the citizen science application are scheduled to be released in October 2019.

Geometry adds a new story to public housing management

Geometry is excited to offer a contemporary alternative in the management of public housing assets. Over two years in development, and already in use by multiple organisations, Geometry’s Housing Management Solution will be officially launched at the National Housing Conference in Darwin (27 – 30 August 2019). Watch this space for more information.

 

Geometry Rocks World Leading Geological Database

The Fraser Institute’s Annual Survey of Mining Companies, 2018 (extract below) has listed the Tasmanian Geological database as one of the best in the world. Geometry is the proud technology partner assisting Mineral Resources Tasmania with the development and support of the database for over a decade.

 

 

The Fraser Institute is an independent research and educational organisation based in Canada.