Who is EMSINA
Established in 2002, the Emergency Management Spatial information Network Australia (EMSINA) is a vibrant and active group of spatial practitioners in the emergency management sector. Members across all the EMSINA Groups are committed to improving safety for Australians through the use of sound decision-making supported by spatial information technologies. Read more...
Improve emergency management through the use of spatial information
On behalf of Australia's emergency management community, EMSINA will:
Promote and encourage the use of spatial information to support decision making
Provide strategic advice and direction on spatial issues
Facilitate the sharing of spatial information resources and knowledge
Encourage partnerships with the spatial industry.
The EMSINA Network has evolved since 2002 into the following three business Groups. Under the one common vision and mission each Group looks to enhance and serve a particular purpose within the Australian Emergency Management spatial sector.
Who can become an EMSINA Member?
Membership to EMSINA National, Developers and/or State Chapters is open to Australian state, territory and federal government representatives from the spatial industry who have a direct interest in emergency management and national security matters.
Benefits of EMSINA Membership across all Groups
Innovation and Sharing
EMSINA's annual professional development program at the AFAC Conference
EMSINA Online Resources
EMSINA members regularly volunteer their time and professional expertise toward projects that build upon and/or improve Australia's use of spatial information in emergency management. Projects the EMSINA have delivered and/or the Group support are listed below.
EMSINA National Committee
Chair 1: Ryan Lawrey (Australian Capital Territory) - 2022-23
Chair 2: Simon Webster (Queensland) - 2023-24
Secretariat: Kane Orr (Federal) - 2013-23