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  • 1. VANZI 1 Creating the Platform for Virtual Australia & New Zealand VANZ: “VIRTUAL AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND”A PART OF DIGITAL EARTH Digital Earth Digital Australia VANZ M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 2. PLENARY: TOOLS FOR VANZI 2EXPONENTIAL CHANGE Creating the Platform for Virtual Australia & New Zealand • Soon Geo Visualisation in 3D • 1 year ago VR Visualisation x Project • 5 years ago Internet Mobiles GPS • 50 years ago Film Telephone Radio TV Computer Fax Copier • 500 years ago Printing • 5,000 years ago Writing • 50,000 years ago Modern language • 500,000 years ago Rudimentary Language M Haines 7th ISDE Perth, August 2011
  • 3. BACKGROUND VANZI 3 Creating the Platform for Virtual Australia & New ZealandTOYOTA WESTGATE PORTS ALC MELBOURNEBOARD INTERMODAL IRG ITS M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 4. Port of Melbourne VANZI 4 Creating the Platform forDistribution - Current Situation Virtual Australia & New Zealand Centralised All Cross Town Freight Directions Many Long Journeys Journeys Run Empty M Haines 7th ISDE Perth, August 2011
  • 5. Container Freight Distribution VANZI 5 Creating the Platform forvia Intermodal HUBS Virtual Australia & New ZealandUse BOTHRoad (HPFV) and RailFor Inter-Hub Transfers: No Cross Town Freight Run Full in BOTH directions Last Mile: Short Journeys Direct Road and Future Rail Links to Hastings Port M Haines 7th ISDE Perth, August 2011
  • 6. CLEAN SHEET APPROACH VANZI 6 Creating the Platform for ROAD + RAIL CURRENT PROCESS AUTOMATED Virtual Australia & New Zealand Ship + Docking Stevedores Ship Crane + Driver + TWO Twist Lock Lift Crane Straddle + Driver Lift Twist Lock Removal # Port Stack (Wait time) ITS: ROAD OR RAIL Straddle + Driver Lift Truck + Driver Stacker + Driver Lift # Rail Stack (Wait time) Reach Stacker + Driver + Yard Staff Lift Train + TWO Drivers Reach Stacker + Driver + Yard Staff Lift # MIH Stack (Wait time) Reach Stacker + Driver Lift Truck + Driver Forklift + Driver at Warehouse Stack Lift MIH Warehouse Stack* Reposition Time M Haines 7th ISDE Perth, August 2011 # Wait Time
  • 7. HOW TO ENGAGE VANZI 7STAKEHOLDERS? Creating the Platform for Virtual Australia & New ZealandPort of Melbourne Major Importers and ExportersStevedores Infrastructure BuildersCustoms Infrastructure ManagersAQIS Asset ManagersTerminal Operators Software and Systems ProvidersTransport Companies Equipment ProvidersRail Operators Funding ProvidersVic Roads Victorian Dept. of TransportVic Track Victorian Dept. of PlanningMTM Federal Dept. Infrastructure andMETROL TransportARTC Infrastructure AustraliaVTA Key Local CouncilsVFLC M Haines: Spatial@govNUW and TWU MUA, 2011
  • 8. HOW TO ENGAGE VANZI 8STAKEHOLDERS? Creating the Platform for Virtual Australia & New ZealandPort of Melbourne Major Importers and ExportersStevedores Infrastructure BuildersCustoms Infrastructure ManagersAQIS Asset ManagersTerminal Operators TO GETSoftware and Systems Providers COMMONTransport Companies Equipment Providers UNDERSTANDING…Rail Operators Funding ProvidersVic Roads Victorian Dept. of TransportVic Track AND AGREEMENT ON Planning Victorian Dept. ofMTM ‘SOLUTIONS’ Infrastructure and Federal Dept.METROL TransportARTC Infrastructure AustraliaVTA Key Local CouncilsVFLC M Haines: Spatial@govNUW and TWU MUA, 2011
  • 9. VANZI 9USE TOYOTA Creating the Platform for Virtual Australia & New ZealandAPPROACH1000’s of Engineers, Suppliers and Productionstaff Collaborate across the world to build:•Virtual Parts, on Virtual Machines, with•Virtual People on Virtual Production Lines, in•Virtual Factories… to make Virtual Cars…•Speeding Development by Years, while GreatlyImproving Quality at Much Lower Cost M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 10. SAME FOR VANZI 10 Creating the Platform forINFRASTRUCTURE Virtual Australia & New Zealand VIRTUAL VIRTUAL REAL M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011 REAL
  • 11. SAME FOR VANZI 11 Creating the Platform forINFRASTRUCTURE Virtual Australia & New Zealand START WITH A CLEAN SHEET TO VIRTUAL VIRTUALDESIGN THE ‘FUTURE STATE’ in 3D BASED ON SOUND PRINCIPLES …AND MAKE A PLAN TO GET THERE REAL M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011 REAL
  • 12. SAME FOR VANZI TA 12INFRASTRUCTURE YO Creating the Platform for TO Virtual Australia & New Zealand O R F S Y ER A VIRTUALD I ECLEAN SHEET TO START WITH… VIRTUAL A W E D H EDESIGN THE ‘FUTURETSTATE’ in 3D L IS EA ON SOUND LD IN !! BASEDR SY R PRINCIPLES O N EA OSO T SO …AND W MAKEO PLAN TO GET THERE NA M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 13. BACKGROUND VANZI 13 Creating the Platform for Virtual Australia & New ZealandTOYOTA WESTGATE PORTS ALC MELBOURNEBOARD INTERMODAL 2010 IRG SPATIAL@GOV ITS VA SUMMIT DEC 2010 VANZI Ltd M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 14. VANZI 14 VANZI LTD Creating the Platform for Virtual Australia & New Zealand“Virtual Australia and New Zealand Infrastructure” New not-for-profit company, set up by: • CRC-SI • VPAC • NICTA • MAV • LINZ is pendingUltimately expand to All REGULATED DATA OWNERS M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 15. EXAMPLE REGULATED VANZI 15 Creating the Platform for DATA OWNERS Virtual Australia & New ZealandWater Asset Owner Rail Asset OwnerPower Asset Owner Local GovernmentGas Asset Owner State GovernmentRoad Asset Owner Federal Government ‘Regulated’ simply refers to the ‘Official Data Set’: THE SINGLE AUTHORISED VERSION that can be relied on for all LEGAL purposes M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 16. VANZI 16 VANZI LTD CHARTER Creating the Platform for Virtual Australia & New ZealandON BEHALF OF ALL REGULATED DATA OWNERSconstruct:•Highly Secure PLATFORM, that will allow•Authorised Access to Regulated Data Sets•Across All Regulated Data Owners, to create an•Integrated ‘True to Life 3D Computer Model of the•Natural and Built Environment - above and belowground, including engineering dataKEY: PLATFORM BELONGS TO REGULATED DATA OWNERS M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 17. VANZI 17 VANZI LTD CHARTER Creating the Platform for Virtual Australia & New Zealand D ’? Work ON BEHALF OF ALL REGULATED DATAEOWNERS to NEE M construct: OR SW A TF SA •Highly Secure PLATFORM, A ‘PLthat willSET T? allow A JEC HY •Authorised Access W ‘Regulated’PRO to AT Data Sets ED UT TH CH •Across a Wide BRange ofLD EA I Organisations, to create an BU FOR Computer Model of the •Integrated ‘True toTLife 3D US EM T J Environment - above and below Built TH •Natural and NO HY ground, including engineering data WKEY: PLATFORM BELONGS TO REGULATED DATA OWNERS M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 18. VANZI 18 WHY A ‘PLATFORM’? Creating the Platform for Virtual Australia & New ZealandClearly, it is possible to establish a data poolwithout a ‘platform’… as evidenced by the internetitself.To understand why… we need to go back to the‘real world’, to understand the…Regulatory Core and Applications for Spatial Data M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 19. SPATIAL REGULATORY VANZI 19CORE & APPLICATIONS Creating the Platform for Virtual Australia & New Zealand Plan Manage City Network Design & Develop Infrastructure Manage Assets Government, Utilities & Transport Sale Defence LeaseSecurity PROPERTY Trades Transactions REGULATION: TITLE & USE & MoneyEmergency Build Environment Develop Project Arch & Manage Health & Safety M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011 Engineer
  • 20. REGULATED DATA SETS VANZI 20 Creating the Platform for WITHOUT PLATFORM Virtual Australia & New Zealand WATE R GAS TELECOM ROAD LGA ASSET OR BUILDING CODE POWER CODE OWNER THIRD PLANNING PARTY CODE TITLE M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 21. REGULATED DATA SETS VANZI 21 Creating the Platform for WITHOUT PLATFORM Virtual Australia & New Zealand WATE R GAS TELECOM EVERYBODY TRYING TO ACCESS ROAD EVERYONE ELSE’S DATA LGA ASSET OR CODE BUILD POWER OWNER CODE THIRD PLANNING PARTY CODE TITLE M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 22. INTERESTS OF VANZI 22 Creating the Platform for DATA OWNERS Virtual Australia & New Zealand• EACH LOOK AFTER ONLY THEIR OWN DATA• ABLE TO DRAW DATA FROM OTHER DATA SOURCES• DATA COLLECTION COSTS, QUALITY AND CURRENCY• DATA VALDATION PROCESSES• COUNTER-PARTY LIABILITY• PRIVACY AND SECURITY• DATA MANAGEMENT AND VISUALISATION• PUBLISHING DATA IS VERY MUCH A ‘SIDE ISSUE’ M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 23. 2010 spatial@gov VANZI Creating the Platform for Virtual Australia & New Zealand NO CLEAR WINDOW INTO SPATIAL DATA
  • 24. INTEGRATING LEGACY VANZI 24 Creating the Platform for SYSTEMS & eGovt. Virtual Australia & New ZealandMany initiatives begun to solve this problem:•ePlanning•eConveyancing•eDevelopment Approval, etc•Integration of Emergency Services Data sets•Integration of some Utility Data sets•PSMA and Landgate as examples•Proposed Spatial Data Market M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 25. INTEGRATING LEGACY VANZI 25 Creating the Platform for SYSTEMS & eGovt. Virtual Australia & New ZealandMany initiatives begun to solve this problem:•ePlanning OPPORTUNITY•eConveyancing FOR EACH STATE TO CREATE ITS OWN CHAPTER•eDevelopment Approval, etc OF VANZI…•Integration of Emergency Services Data sets TO BUILD ON THESE INITIATIVES•Integration of some Utility Data sets A BY TRANSLATING THEM INTO•PSMA andNEW 3D INFRASTRUCTURE Landgate as examples•Proposed Spatial Data Market M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 26. 21ST. Century VANZI 26 INFRASTRUCTURE Creating the Platform for Virtual Australia & New Zealand FREE Owner SECURE PLATFORM X LOCAL X STATE X NATION: BASE FOR SINGLE VERSION OF TRUTH KEYLGA WATE POWER ROAD TELECOM TITLE PLANNING BUILD ADMIN R PHYSICAL SEMANTIC M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 27. LGA BASE ‘REGULATED VANZI 27 DATA’ PROVIDER Creating the Platform for Virtual Australia & New Zealand PREFERABLY MARKET PROVIDE SHARED SERVICES FOR SMALL LGA’SOWNER GETS EFFECT IS TO LIMIT MANY THE NUMBER OF BENEFITS IF ‘REGULATED DATA CHOOSE TO ORGANIZATIONS’ PUT THEIR LG THAT LINK INTO THE 3D MODEL A PLATFORM IN LGA LG A M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 28. ACCESS TOthe Built Most of ‘PRIVATE’ VANZI 28 Environment TITLE + DATA VIA is ‘Private’ Creating the Platform for Virtual Australia & New Zealand STRATA TITLE ONE OWNER MULTIPLE TITLES MULTIPLE STOREYS MULTIPLE TENANTSi SINGLE JOINT OWNERS OWNER MULTIPLE BUILDINGS AND MULTIPLE TITLES GEO-REF GNAF ADMIN M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 29. PLATFORM SECURITY VANZI 29 Creating the Platform for (‘Considered’ Straw Man) Virtual Australia & New Zealand WATER LGA & OTHER LGA PLANNING SERVICES SPATIAL CONTEXT OWNER OWN VIA LGA FIREPROPERTY PORTAL CODE in LGA CREATE AUTHENTICATE via CERTIFICATE 3D TITLE(S) MODEL M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 30. DELEGATE FROM VANZI 30TITLE X CONTRACT Creating the Platform for Virtual Australia & New ZealandOWNER RIGHTS IN THE PHYSICAL LESSEE REFLECTED IN THE VIRTUAL DESIGNER SHOP Sub- FITTER Contract M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 31. DELEGATED ACCESS VANZI 31 Creating the Platform for VIA PORTAL Virtual Australia & New Zealand WATER PLANNING SPATIAL CONTEXT DELEGATE OWN VIA FIREPROPERTY PORTAL CODE CREATE AUTHENTICATE via CERTIFICATE 3D TITLE(S) MODEL M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 32. WHY A VIRTUAL WORK VANZI 32 Creating the Platform for SITE OR HOME? Virtual Australia & New Zealand• Induction, Safety, Logistics, Layout, Emergency Training• Asset Management• Decoration & Furnishing in 3D, Painting, Lighting and Landscaping• Renovation and Building Workflow with… – Architect & Engineer: Town Planning and Various Codes – Automatic Approval – Builder, Project Manager & Trades (Transurban: avoid $300,000 on a single incidence using 3D) M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 33. WHY A VIRTUAL WORK VANZI 33 Creating the Platform for SITE OR HOME? Virtual Australia & New Zealand• Induction, Safety, Logistics, Layout, Emergency Training• Asset Management• Decoration & Furnishing in 3D, Painting, Lighting and Landscaping• Renovation and Building Workflow with… – Architect & Engineer: Town Planning and Various Codes THIS VISION IS COMING MUCH FASTER THAN MOST REALISE. – Automatic Approval BASED ON A NEW CSIRO HAND HELD DEVICE, PERHAPS THE TOOLS TO Project Manager & Trades – Builder, CAPTURE AND MODEL EXISTING BUILDINGS INSIDE (Transurban: avoid $300,000 on a single incidence using 3D) AND OUT MAY SOON BE MAINSTREAM! M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 34. ACCESS BY LOCAL, STATE VANZI 34 Creating the Platform forAND FEDERAL SERVICES Virtual Australia & New Zealand• ABLE TO ACCESS DATA TO CONTRUCT OWN MODELS• IN-BUILT PROTOCOLS THAT KEEP TRACK OF WHO ACCESSES WHERE - FOR WHAT PURPOSE• ACCESS INTO PRIVATE VIRTUAL BUILDINGS, SUBJECT TO SAME REQUIREMENTS AS FOR PHYSICAL ACCESS M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 35. PLATFORM IS VANZI 35 Creating the Platform for INFRASTRUCTURE Virtual Australia & New Zealand One RAIL NETWORK One ROAD NETWORK One POWER NETWORK One WATER NETWORK One FIBRE NETWORKReason: there is no value in having ‘competing’ pipesgoing between Unique Points.This is true of NETWORK that Links the Unique Data Sets M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 36. ONE PLATFORM MORE VANZI 36 Creating the Platform for COMPETITION Virtual Australia & New Zealand WATER PLANNING WATER SPATIAL PLANNING SPATIAL CONTEXT CONTEXT MULTIPLE PROVIDERS OF SPATIAL OWN FIRE OWN PROPERTY & ENGINEERING DATA, ONE FIRE CODEPROPERTY PLATFORM AND VISUALISATION CODE AND WORKFLOW SOFTWARE 3D TITLE(S) 3D MODEL MODEL M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 37. SPATIAL REGULATORY VANZI 37 ENVIRONMENT Creating the Platform for Virtual Australia & New Zealand Plan Manage City Network Design & Develop Infrastructure Manage Assets Government, Utilities & Transport Sale Defence LeaseSecurity PROPERTY Trades Transactions REGULATION: TITLE & USE & MoneyEmergency Build Environment Develop Project Arch & Manage Health & Safety M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011 Engineer
  • 38. PLATFORM PROVIDES VANZI 38 SECURE PORTAL Creating the Platform for Virtual Australia & New Zealand Plan Manage City Network Design & Develop Infrastructure Manage Assets Government, Utilities & Transport Sale Defence LeaseSecurity SECURE Trades PORTAL INTO Transactions & MoneyEmergency VIRTUAL Build Environment Develop Project Arch & Manage Health & Safety M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011 Engineer
  • 39. WHY THE PLATFORM VANZI 39 Creating the Platform for MUST BE SECURE? Virtual Australia & New ZealandIMAGINE WHEN 3D MODELS ARE EMBEDDED INMANAGING EVERY ACTIVITY AND UNDERLYING ASSETSINVOLVED IN: LOGISTICS AND TRAFFIC, AND POWER ANDWATER, AND GAS, ETC.WHERE THE REGULATED DATA IS THE BASE FOR ALLDEALINGS IN PROPERTY, AND GOVERNMENT SERVICES…THE BASE FOR ALL ‘PUBLIC’ MASH-UPS AND RESEARCH M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 40. WHY THE PLATFORM VANZI 40 Creating the Platform for MUST BE SECURE? Virtual Australia & New ZealandTHE THREATS ARISE FROM:•FRAUD (SALE OF YOUR PROPERTY… ALREADY DONE)•ROBBERY & ATTACK (FROM KNOWING YOUR HOME)•ESPIONAGE (MILITARY AND COMMERCIAL)•TERRORISM (DATA ON BRIDGES AND POWER STATIONS)•WAR (TOTAL DISRUPTION OF NETWORK)…NOW IS THE TIME TO ADDRESS THESE ISSUES HEAD-ON. M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 41. PLATFORM SECURITY VANZI 41 Creating the Platform for REQUIREMENTS Virtual Australia & New Zealand• Design the System from the outset based on new best practice (IGNORE LEGACY SYSTEMS)• Closed Secure Network between Data Owners (Like the Banking System)• Include both Passive and Active Security• Must keep a copy of all data sets within Australia• Accessed by Community via a Secure Web Portal BASED ON PROPERTY RIGHTS M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 42. REGULATORY & OTHER VANZI 42 Creating the Platform for REQUIREMENTS Virtual Australia & New Zealand• Legislation: Rights in Physical Reflected in Virtual• Liability Limited: Counter-party Risks Mitigated• Spatial & Semantic Truth: Single Authorised Version• Data Validation: Automatic Cross Matching & in Field• Copyright: Data and Designs Protected• Standards: OBJECTS (Mandatory) and Data (Preferable)• Privacy Protected: Access based on Rights• Workflow: Based on Delegation of Rights• Software: Open M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 43. TECHNICAL VANZI 43 Creating the Platform for CAPABILITY Virtual Australia & New ZealandALL COMPUTING, SOFTWARE AND DATA MANAGEMENTCAPABILITES LARGELY EXIST. CHALLENGE IS TO … • COMBINE THEM WITH NEW PROCESSES • COMMUNICATE THE VISION TO GET ‘BUY-IN’ • CULTURAL CHANGE, AND… • PROJECT MANAGEMENT M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 44. VANZI 44 STAGING Creating the Platform for Virtual Australia & New Zealand• Whole project can be staged over 10 years• Split by States under National Legislation• Build it in modules to serve specific needs• Three initial VANZI projects: INTERMODAL SYSTEM TRAFFIC ASSET MANAGEMENT MANAGEMENT M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 45. VANZI 45 COST (SAVING) Creating the Platform for Virtual Australia & New Zealand• Money ALREADY being spent.• Costs can be SAVED by ‘Pooling’ DATA MANAGEMENT through the PLATFORM.• Government only needs to provide SEED FUNDING• Self Funding once critical mass of Data Owners achieved• Overall, it will be a fraction of the cost of other ‘Infrastructures’… with much faster ‘pay back’. M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 46. VANZI 46 NEXT STEPS Creating the Platform for Virtual Australia & New Zealand• Establish State Chapters & NZ x Stakeholders• Stakeholders to Specify Platform• Build Platform in stages based on Modelling needs of specific Infrastructure Projects.• Market Approach to achieve Cultural and Process Change across Stakeholder Group• Progress Initial Projects M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 47. VANZI PROJECT 1 VANZI 47 Creating the Platform forCOLLABORATIVE DESIGN Virtual Australia & New Zealand MIS Market Sounding Response has been submitted: Awaiting outcome M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011 M Haines 7th ISDE Perth, August 2011
  • 48. VANZ PROJECT 2 VANZI 48 Creating the Platform for DECISION MAKING Virtual Australia & New ZealandVictorian Government Inquiry into:“Effective Decision Making for the Successful Delivery of Significant Infrastructure Projects”Submission demonstrates Benefits of 3D Model to:•integrate knowledge across governmentdepartments, and•engage with business and community so as to speedup decision making M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 49. VANZI 49 VANZ PROJECT 3 Creating the Platform for Virtual Australia & New Zealand• To Design a new Traffic Management System (TMS), and related Regulation, for the whole of the Melbourne Metropolitan road network, by 2020.• The TMS will use latest Intelligent Transport Systems and 3D Modelling and Optimization to eliminate accidents and congestion by moving queues off the road and into the TMS Saving $40 billion pa across Australia by 2025 M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 50. PROJECT VANZI 50 Creating the Platform for STAKEHOLDERS Virtual Australia & New Zealand• Vicroads + Roads Standards Body• Vehicle Manufacturers: Toyota, GM and Ford• Intelligent Transport Systems Manufacturers• Road Users: Passenger & Freight• Rail, Tram, Bus and Taxi Operators• Operations Researchers: Universities, NICTA, CSIRO• 3D Data Capture: Road, Rail and Car Parks• Simulation and Visualisation Software• Games Engineers & Supercomputing Experts• NTC & TCA M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 51. PROJECT VANZI 51 Creating the Platform for STAKEHOLDERS Virtual Australia & New Zealand• Vicroads + Roads Standards Body• Vehicle Manufacturers: Toyota, GM and Ford• Intelligent Transport Systems Manufacturers• Road Users: Passenger & FreightFIRST Tram, Bus and Taxi Operators TO BE HELD• Rail, MEETING OF ALL PARTIES ON 5 DECEMBER, 2010• Operations Researchers: Universities, NICTA, CSIRO• 3D Data Capture: Road, Rail and Car Parks• Simulation and Visualisation Software• Games Engineers & Supercomputing Experts• NTC & TCA M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 52. VANZ PROJECT VANZI 52 Creating the Platform for ALIGNED WITH TMS Virtual Australia & New Zealand• RESEARCHERS USE 3D MODEL TO TEST ALGORITHMS• USE THE FINAL MODEL FOR SERIOUS GAMES• DEVELOP AS FIRST PART OF PLATFORM IN VICTORIA: – CITY OF MELBOURNE – VICROADS – VICTRACK ASSET/DATA – ARTC OWNERS – TRAM M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 53. 2010 Spatial@gov: VANZI 53 Creating the Platform for Horse’s Arse Virtual Australia & New Zealand M Haines Smart Cities, Melbourne July 2011
  • 54. 2010 Spatial@gov: VANZI 54 Creating the Platform for Horse’s Arse Virtual Australia & New Zealand Illustrated how the Past Determines the Future… yet Paradigm Shifts make Forecasting Impossible. M Haines Smart Cities, Melbourne July 2011
  • 55. VANZ: GIVING US THE VANZI 55 Creating the Platform for POWER TO DESIGN Virtual Australia & New Zealand• Today, a new Paradigm Shift has given us the power to DESIGN our future… using the Virtual World, where: - Resources are Unlimited - Distances are Instantly Scalable, and - Time is Controllable• A medium for experimentation & design unparalleled in human history: a place to play Serious Games M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 56. PARADIGM SHIFTS IN VANZI 56 Creating the Platform for GOVERNMENT Virtual Australia & New ZealandOnce Upon a Time…no Government Regulated or Funded Governance of:•Banks… because there were none•Rail… because there was none•Electricity… because there was none•Telecommunications… because there was none•Virtual Worlds… because there was noneBUT NOW THERE IS… M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 57. PARADIGM SHIFTS IN VANZI 57 Creating the Platform for GOVERNMENT Virtual Australia & New ZealandOnce Upon a Time… THIS MEANS GOVERNMENTS MUST STARTno Government Regulated or Funded Governance of: PREPARING TO CREATE THE ADMINSTRATIVE•Banks… because there were none•Rail… because there was none AND FUNDING STRUCTURES, LEGISLATION REQUIRED –•Electricity… because there was none AS IS NOW IN PLACE FOR ALL OTHER•Telecommunications… because there was none ‘INFRASTRUCTURE’•Virtual Worlds… because there was noneBUT NOW THERE IS… M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 58. VANZI 58 … AND IF WE DO Creating the Platform for Virtual Australia & New Zealand• MUCH MUCH HIGHER PRODUCTIVITY ACROSS ALL ACTIVITIES RELATED TO PROPERTY: – ASSET MANAGEMENT – DEVELOPMENT THROUGH TO DESIGN , CONTRUCTION, MANAGEMENT, LEASING AND SALE• MUCH IMPROVED NETWORK MANAGEMENT AND SERVICE DELIVERY• GLOBAL INVESTMENT IN LEADING TECHNOLOGIES ATTRACTED TO AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 59. OTHER MAJOR BENEFIT: VANZI 59 Creating the Platform forCOLLABORATIVE DESIGN Virtual Australia & New Zealand• Good evidence that collaboration using 3D computer simulation can reduce timelines by as much as 80%. vs.• Traditional methods of ‘Stakeholder Engagement - which now take years, or even decades. M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 60. OTHER MAJOR BENEFIT: VANZI 60 Creating the Platform forCOLLABORATIVE DESIGN Virtual Australia & New ZealandWith a backlog of some $700 billion ofinfrastructure to approve in Australia, the VANZSecure Platform is seen by stakeholders as a wayof:•speeding development, saving billions of dollars inthe process, while delivering:•Better Outcomes, with•Less Risk. M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 61. VANZI 61 …AND IF WE DON’T? Creating the Platform for Virtual Australia & New Zealand• 2D IS A MESS:• WE HAVE THE SAME ORGANIZATIONS WITH THE SAME CULTURES AND LAWS, AND THE SAME MARKET MECHANISMS BEING USED TO MANAGE 3D…WE CANNOT LEAVE EVERYTHING THE SAME… AND EXPECT A DIFFERENT RESULT.WITHOUT SPECIFIC ACTION TO CREATE AN INTEGRATED 3D VIRTUAL WORLD … IT WILL NOT HAPPEN M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 62. VANZ PLATFORM VANZI 62 Creating the Platform for SPECIFICATION Virtual Australia & New ZealandFirst General Meeting is to be held in February 2012.Stakeholders include: Federal & NZ, State and LocalGovernments, Utilities and Infrastructure Owners &Operators, together with Hardware & SoftwareprovidersAnyone interested in attending should contact medirectly, or via CRCSI, VPAV or NICTALINKS WITH ANZLIC, PSMA & OTHERS WILL BE CRITICAL M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 63. VANZ PLATFORM VANZI 63 Creating the Platform for SPECIFICATION Virtual Australia & New ZealandFirst General Meeting is to be held in February 2012.Stakeholders include: Federal & NZ, State and Local NOT ‘PICKING WINNERS’… IT IS WORKINGGovernments, Utilities and Infrastructure Owners & TOGETHER TO DETERMINE WHAT YOU WANTOperators, together with Hardware & SoftwareprovidersAnyone interested in attending should contact medirectly, or via CRCSI, VPAV or NICTALINKS WITH ANZLIC, PSMA & OTHERS WILL BE CRITICAL M Haines: Spatial@gov 2011
  • 64. Two key Infrastructures for VANZI 64 Creating the Platform for21st. Century… and Beyond Virtual Australia & New Zealand VIRTUAL AUSTRALIA MELBOURNE & NEW ZEALAND INTERMODAL SYSTEM FEEDBACK VIRTUA Smart VIRTUA Smart L VIRTUAL L FOR PHYSICAL CLOSING PLENARY!!!! REA REA L L DESIGN IT M Haines 7th ISDE Perth, August 2011 BUILD IT