- POSTERS -

Closes 06 May 2019

The National Technical Committee (NTC), responsible for the technical content of the conference, have opened the submission of posters to give all delegates the opportunity to present their valued work.

Posters are for one-on-one discussion of a conference-related theme or topic. They are especially effective for information that can be presented visually (e.g. photos, charts, graphs, tables).

 

There will be a block of time allocated when presenters will be available to discuss their posters, and posters will be displayed in the pre-function area, outside the exhibition hall. This will happen during lunch time as indicated in the programme.

Presenters are encouraged to consider posters because of the opportunity they provide for inclusion of more presenters and for extended discussion with other delegates.

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You will be assigned a space to display your poster which will fit one A0 size sheet.

How Does it Work?

Submit Poster

Submit your poster in PDF format in any of the categories on the link below for approval by 06 May

Aproval

Once Approved, you can print your poster according to the specifications and submit to the address provided in your confirmation email.

Date and Time

You will be provided with a date and time of your poster in your confirmation email. Make sure you are registered for the conference on that day.

Poster

Stand by your poster at the time and date provided in case any delegates want to discuss your work with you.

Please note that submitting a poster does not make you eligible to register under the presenter category. You will still need to register for the conference normally. It is, however, an opportunity to share your work with all delegates. If you already registered and want to submit a poster, please amend your registration and tick "poster presenter".

Poster Specification:

  • Your poster should be no larger than A0: 841 x 1189 mm width x height/ 33.1 x 46.8 inches width x height (landscape or portrait).

 

  • Your poster should contain:

    • An introduction;

    • Main content (provide an overview of the key elements you wish to present about your work, practice or research, including objectives, outcomes or findings, implications);

    • A conclusion;

    • And References (if relevant).

 

  • Utilise graphics, tables or other relevant visuals to illustrate the main points; use colour if possible.

  • Your poster should have a clear focus and be well organised in order to guide the reader through the poster.

  • Avoid overwhelming detail. Keep it simple, both in terms of the language and visuals used.

  • Choose a readable font large enough to be read from about 1m away (titles/main headings from about 2m distance).

  • You may wish to prepare a handout which you can also pin to the poster board.

  • Include the title, your name and affiliation in the display.

  • Consider how your poster might encourage conversation.

Theme 1: CADASTRAL

May 05, 2019

The Cadastral Professional Stream (CPS) has been established for members with an interest in, or who specialise in cadastral surveying.

Theme 2: LAND DEVELOPMENT AND URBAN DESIGN

May 05, 2019

The Land Development and Urban Design stream promotes the sustainable use of natural resources and care for the built environment. Surveyors are encouraged to underpin their urban design projects with the following values.

Theme 3: SPATIAL

May 05, 2019

The Spatial Stream represents members with an interest or specialisation in geospatial information

Theme 4: ENGINEERING SURVEYING

May 05, 2019

The Engineering Surveying Stream supports training and continuing professional development for engineering surveyors, provide a community and networking opportunities and to inform members about new technologies that affect their work practices

Theme 5: HYDROGRAPHY

May 05, 2019

The Hydrography Stream represents and supports those members who are either involved with, or interested in hydrography.

Theme 6: POSITIONING AND MEASUREMENT

May 05, 2019

The Positioning and Measurement Stream represents the surveying and spatial professions in matters of New Zealand's positioning system.

Theme 7: CONSULTING SURVEYORS OF NEW ZEALAND (CSNZ)

May 05, 2019

CSNZ is a division of NZIS catering to the needs of business owners and managers of survey practices in New Zealand.

Theme 8: YOUNG PROFESSIONALS

May 05, 2019

The Young Professionals group provides a support network for professionals building up their careers.

Theme 9: WOMEN IN SURVEYING/SPATIAL

May 05, 2019

The Women in Spatial/Surveying group seeks to support and encourage women in the surveying and spatial profession.

Theme 10: MISCELLANEOUS

May 05, 2019

Miscellaneous is any subject not mentioned above that fits with the conference theme. 

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