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The Centre for eCommerce and Communications (CeCC) is located within the Office of Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research and Innovation) at Federation University Australia. ...

The Centre for eCommerce and Communications (CeCC) is located within the Office of Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research and Innovation) at Federation University Australia.

Key areas of applied research, commercial activities and community engagement include eResearch, digital futures and spatial research.

Spatial research projects vary in their scale, complexity and technology use.

This presentation illustrates how different approaches and technologies are being utilised in diverse contexts

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  • Centre for eCommerce and Communications Spatial Research @ FedUni
  • Centre for eCommerce and Communications Background • The Centre for eCommerce and Communications (CeCC) is located within the Office of Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research) at Federation University Australia. • Key areas of applied research, commercial activities and community engagement include eResearch, digital futures and spatial research. • Spatial research projects vary in their scale, complexity and technology use. • This presentation illustrates how different approaches and technologies are being utilised in diverse contexts
  • Centre for eCommerce and Communications Visualising Victoria’s Groundwater • The VVG portal provides access to groundwater data from across Victoria. • It features a unique state- wide map of over 275,000 bores, providing access to a user-friendly database offering the most comprehensive view of groundwater data in Victoria • Web-based 3D Visualisation tools. View slide
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  • Centre for eCommerce and Communications Sport and Recreation Spatial • A national geographic information system (GIS) for presenting spatial data. • Provides the sport and recreation sector with increased capacity for research, strategic planning, and development of participation programs and facilities. • Technology – Map server, Open layers, Spatially enabled database, Thematic maps, Large dataset (ERASS 10 year survey), queryable layers, sortable layers, transparent layers
  • Centre for eCommerce and Communications Netball 2012 participation rate by postcode
  • Centre for eCommerce and Communications Integrated Fire Management Planning • An interoperable spatial information system for Barwon South West stakeholders • Providing access to the most current relevant information and fire risk data • Supporting the community to develop integrated regional and local fire management plans. • Technology – Open layers, VicMAP API • Features – Layer stacking, layer transparency, interoperable data
  • Centre for eCommerce and Communications DEPI fire history and planned burns
  • Centre for eCommerce and Communications GRDC online farm trials research • The Online Farm Trials Research project is funded by the Grains Research & Development Corporation (GRDC) • Aims to provide improved and enhanced access to historical and future farm trials information and data using online systems. • Interactive digital library and farm trial information database
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  • Centre for eCommerce and Communications Corangamite Soil Health Knowledge Base • A project has been initiated by the Corangamite Catchment Management Authority, to construct an online repository of soil health information and knowledge • Includes reports, research papers, maps and descriptions related to: • current and past soil series mapping • land capability and suitability assessments • agricultural trials • soil research and investigations
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  • Centre for eCommerce and Communications Historical maps • The Eureka Stockade: An Interactive History portal contains historical overlays and points of interest in the Ballarat area around the time of the Eureka Stockade. • Dynamic map is an interactive spatial interface to the underlying information.
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  • Centre for eCommerce and Communications Natural Disaster Research In response to the landslide events of January 2011 in the Grampians National Park, Federation University Australia have been engaged by Northern Grampians Shire to investigate the social, economic and environmental impact of the events
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  • Centre for eCommerce and Communications FedUni Commute • A visualisation containing over 1250 FedUni staff members will soon be released to illustrate the benefits of telecommuting, and the university's environmental impact from staff commuting. With the 2014 addition of the Gippsland campus, this will show more commute patterns than the original UB Commute visualisation (2012)
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  • Centre for eCommerce and Communications Dairy Innovation Australia • C-Milk is an acronym for a Collaboration on Milk Industry Knowledge. • The web accessible prototype platform provides dairy industry participants with a tool for monitoring and benchmarking milk production and quality • For the first time delivering a single point of access to the relevant dairy data from across Australia to achieve this. • Technology • Open layers, Spatially enabled database, Dynamic layer generation from production database, Custom geographical regions
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  • Centre for eCommerce and Communications Regional ICT studies Extensive experience in coordinating regional and local ICT planning projects: • Great South Coast Regional Communications Strategy • Yarra Ranges Opportunity Assessment for Economic and Community Growth through the Broadband Economy • Wimmera Southern Mallee and Central Highlands ICT studies • Moorabool Community Broadband and Telecommunications Strategy • Ballarat ICT 2030 strategy Research results presented using innovative approaches: • Live geographical analysis of business and community survey data • Technologies : Customised Lime Survey package, Google Maps API
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  • Centre for eCommerce and Communications Australian Digital Soil Mapping • OzDSM is a collaborative workspace for researchers working on digital soil mapping (DSM) in Australia. • DSM utilises numerical methods and information technologies to produce predictive maps of soil types and their properties. • Technologies include Map server, Open layers with features incorporating • Features: Spatially enabled database, Layer querying
  • Centre for eCommerce and Communications Soil landform map