Locus New Zealand FME User Conference
Auckland | Christchurch | Wellington
It’s a wrap! Thank you to all those that attended the Locus NZ FME User Conference events in Auckland, Christchurch and Wellington. It was an absolute delight to be back in front of a live audience and we are hugely appreciative of the presenters that dedicated their time to helping us deliver three exceptional events.
If you missed the events or simply want to enjoy reviewing and sharing the presentation content with your teams, the slide decks are available to download from the table below.
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Download Locus NZ FME User Conference Presentations
|The big Safe Software and FME Refresh||Safe Software the creators of FME have rebranded. What has changed and why.||Chris Morris and John Arnerich, Locus||Download|
|What’s New in FME 2023||Darren Fergus, Pip Norris, Jan Roggisch||Discover the latest features of the FM 2023 platform release||Download|
|Integrating the FME Platform and Routing APIs for Tracking Travel Times||How the FME Platform and HERE Routing API were used to track 7 days of travel times across multiple corridors||Mohamed Maaz, Abley||Download|
|Streamlining (literally) System Integration at Palmerston North City Council||Using FME to Integrate Kafka streaming data with GIS||Jan Roggisch, Locus||Download|
|Proactice Schema Design and Management||How technical users can define and own a schema to map incoming data across various formats using FME||Hamish Kingsbury, Abley||Download|
|Leveraging the Power of FME in the Eastern Busway||The Eastern Busway Project is utilising FME to build a 5km dedicated busway between Pakuranga and Botany Town Centre||Amit Kokje, Acciona||Download|
|Address Resolution from Survey 123 Data||Overcoming poor quality data challenges with the help of FME||Ngaire Dutton, Auckland Council||Download|
|AI and FME||The good, the bad and the FME||Chris Morris, Locus||Download|
|Attack of the Creatures from the Deep||A customised system for tracking marine pests in NZ waters and assigning Ds to private boats using FME and ArcGIS Online||Chad Benham, Ethos Environmental||Download|
|LineOnLineRelator – custom transformers for repeated spatial ops||A custom transformer was developed to transer data between nearly linie network features in transport or utilities||Chris Tredinnick, Abley||Download|
|Creating an Interactive Map for Hurunui’s Long Term Plan||How a map using ArcGIS Online and FME Flow (FME Flow) provides transparency over Hurunui District Council’s capital projects||Chris Wilson, Hurunui District Council||Download|
|Environmental info monitoring station field visits and building height characteristics||How NIWA uses FME to manage and process environmental data, including site visits and building height from LiDAR datasets||James Sturman, NIWA||Download|
|A Decade of Transformative Data Integration||A journey with FME; Discover the transformative power of adopting FME, offering insights an actionable takeaways for all||Hua Zhong, Citycare Water & Property||Download|
|Didymo vs. FME: When things get snotty||From database migration to automating processes with webhooks, FME has been a crucial tool to help MPI maintain Didymo sampling data||Sam Whinam, MPI||Download|
|FME’s role in producing site specific water treatment devices||How Morphum is using FME to identify where to build devices that will improve water quality across New Zealand||Shannon Fourie, Morphum Environmental||Download|
|Someone deleted my database connection||An exploration of FME Flow interactions for informed management and a secure environment||Todd Davis, Abley||Download|
|FME in Practice: A New Zealand Police Case Study||How a recent project automated Calls for Service data via FME||Aamir Bonamis, NZ Police||Download|
|Using FME in the Quest for Improvement in Mine Safety||A practical methodology for studying mine gas safety by creating digital elevation models, aligning data, and visualising coal structure to assess risk||Pat Booth, MeCee Solutions||Download|