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CeBIT Spatial@gov 2012 - Drew Clarke, Secretary, Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism & Chair, ANZLIC – the Spatial Information Council

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  • 1. Unlocking the Power and Value of Spatial Information: Foundation Spatial Data Drew Clarke Chair, ANZLIC
  • 2. Outline• ANZLIC – the Spatial Information Council• the Australia and New Zealand spatial marketplace• foundation spatial data• data themes and policies• institutional roles• next steps 2
  • 3. ANZLIC Vision (July 2012)The economic growth, social and environment issuesof Australia and New Zealand are underpinned byspatially referenced information that is current,complete, accurate, affordable and accessible; and isintegrated into critical decision making 3
  • 4. The ANZ Spatial Marketplace• evolving concept• role of government – foundation data and policies – not build, own, operate• efficiency / effectiveness• competition / innovation 4
  • 5. ANZ Spatial Data Framework• elements• foundation spatial data• initial project phases• Australia and New Zealand• ANZLIC November 2012 papers 5
  • 6. Foundation Spatial Data Themes1. Geocoded Addressing 6. Imagery2. Administrative Boundaries 7. Transport3. Positioning 8. Water4. Place Names 9. Elevation and Depth5. Land Parcels and Property 10. Land Cover 6
  • 7. Geocoded Addressing 7
  • 8. Administrative Boundaries 8
  • 9. Positioning 9
  • 10. Place Names 10
  • 11. Land Parcels and Property 11
  • 12. Imagery 12
  • 13. Transport 13
  • 14. Water 14
  • 15. Elevation and Depth 15
  • 16. Land Cover 16
  • 17. Information Management Policies• Governance • User Responsibilities• Custodianship • Privacy and Security• Standards and Metadata • Intellectual Property• Access, Pricing, Licensing • Foundation Spatial Data 17
  • 18. Roles and Responsibilities• ANZLIC • CRC-SI• Jurisdictions • Spatial agencies• PSMA Australia Ltd • Industry• Office of Spatial Policy • Users 18
  • 19. Next Steps• user consultations• data specifications• information management policies• data production and maintenance• risks• governance 19
  • 20. Unlocking the Power and Value of Spatial Information: Foundation Spatial Data Drew Clarke Chair, ANZLIC

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