Brett Dixon

As a senior member of the Asia Pacific team at Esri, Brett Dixon is recognised as an authority on enterprise geospatial strategies. Brett has been working in the location intelligence realm for over two decades. He’s passionate about using GIS and spatial technologies to address our region’s most complex environmental and urban challenges. Before starting with Esri in 2012, Brett worked extensively in the national government and utility sectors in Australia. He now advises many agencies throughout the Asia Pacific region, leveraging his broad experience to stay ahead of geospatial trends and challenges. Brett holds a Bachelor of Geography and a Master of Engineering Science (GIS and remote sensing) from the University of New South Wales.

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Tapping into Geothermal, Indonesia Reduces Reliance on Fossil Fuels

Pertamina Geothermal Energy gains a more complete understanding of operations by applying GIS technology to analyze efficiency.

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What’s an American Researcher Doing Tracking Cats in New Zealand?

A young geospatial analyst with the New Zealand Department of Conservation tests strategies to catch wild cats destroying native species.

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Automation and Location Intelligence Gives Jio the Edge to Grow Quickly

Jio’s wireless service quickly dominated the Indian market thanks to automated workflows tightly tuned with location intelligence.

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The Technology Behind the Thailand Cave Rescue

Experts deployed to extract the Thailand soccer club from deep within the Tham Lang cave used maps to communicate, strategize, and act.

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Himalayan Storm Watchers Save Lives

With multiagency cooperation, ICIMOD fills in data gaps to help create an economically and environmentally sound mountain ecosystem.

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New Zealand’s War on Predators

Connecting traps to maps provides a tactical advantage for conservationists in their battle against New Zealand’s predators.

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