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A Model for Analyzing Trends in the Market for Geospatial Data and Policy Implications. By Barney Krucoff, DC

A Model for Analyzing Trends in the Market for Geospatial Data and Policy Implications. By Barney Krucoff, DC

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  • 1. A Model for Analyzing Trends in the Market for Geospatial Data and Policy Implications
    Draft
    Developed for the
    National Geospatial Advisory Council
    NSGIC Annual Conference
    Cleveland, Ohio
    October 6, 2009
    Barney Krucoff
    GIS Manager
    District of Columbia
    Barney.Krucoff@dc.gov
  • 2. Geospatial Data Market Model
    No Barrier to Entry
    Private Sector Lead
    Map Wiki Creative Commons
    Emerging
    Mass Consumer Market
    Public Good
    Emerging
    Traditional
    Public Sector Lead
    Public/ Private Utility
    Traditional
    Natural Monopoly
    10/7/2009
    NSGIC Annual Meeting, Barney Krucoff
    2
  • 3. Where Do Various Data Layers Fit?
    Private Sector Lead
    Map Wiki Creative Commons
    No Barrier to Entry
    Urban Aerial
    Photography
    Emerging
    Stream
    Gauges
    Starbucks
    Locations
    Species
    Sittings
    Mass Consumer Market
    Routing
    Data
    Rural Aerial
    Photography
    HSIP 1
    w/ DHS
    buy up
    Public Good
    Emerging
    Traditional
    Topo
    Public Sector Lead
    Public/ Private Utility
    Traditional
    Natural Monopoly
    10/7/2009
    NSGIC Annual Meeting, Barney Krucoff
    3
  • 4. Four Ways to Build & Maintain the Same Layer
    Private Sector Lead
    Map Wiki Creative Commons
    No Barrier to Entry
    Emerging
    New York State
    NavTeq
    Open
    Street
    Map.org
    Mass Consumer Market
    Google
    Maps
    TeleAtlas
    Public Good
    Emerging
    Traditional
    Public Sector Lead
    Public/ Private Utility
    TIGER
    Traditional
    Natural Monopoly
    NSGIC Annual Meeting, Barney Krucoff
    10/7/2009
    4
  • 5. Public Sector Role
    Private Sector Lead
    Map Wiki Creative Commons
    No Barrier To Entry
    Harness & Encourage. Use the data if it’s good enough.
    License data. Don’t pay for public data.
    Insist on credit.
    Mass Consumer Market
    Public Good
    Standards
    Requirements
    Regulate
    though
    contracts and licenses.
    For the Nation…
    Public Sector Lead
    Public/ Private Utility
    Natural Monopoly
    NSGIC Annual Meeting, Barney Krucoff
    10/7/2009
    5
  • 6. Private Sector Role
    Private Sector Lead
    Map Wiki Creative Commons
    No Barrier to Entry
    Own and license data.
    Acknowledge public data.
    Mass Consumer Market
    Cloud Platforms, i.e., Google address adjustment.
    Products
    Services
    Public Good
    Services to the public sector.
    Regulate
    though
    contracts and licenses.
    Public Sector Lead
    Public/ Private Utility
    Natural Monopoly
    NSGIC Annual Meeting, Barney Krucoff
    10/7/2009
    6
  • 7. How a theoretical public-private partnership for parcels and addresses might work
  • 8. Private Sector Lead
    Map Wiki Creative Commons
    No Barrier to Entry
    Emerging
    Mass Consumer Market
    Parcel &
    Address
    Data
    Public Good
    Emerging
    Traditional
    Public Sector Lead
    Traditional
    Public/ Private Utility
    Natural Monopoly
    10/7/2009
    Barney Krucoff, NSGIC Annual Conference, 10/6/05
    8
  • 9. Public Private Utility Model in More Detail
    Private Sector Lead
    Map Wiki Creative Commons
    No Barrier to Entry
    Data
    Cash
    Mass Consumer Market
    Public Good
    Data
    Public Sector Lead
    Public/ Private Utility
    Discounts/Licenses
    Natural Monopoly
    NSGIC Annual Meeting, Barney Krucoff
    10/7/2009
    9
  • 10. Public Side
    The lead federal agency:
    Advertises a competitive RFP to license a national parcel map.
    All governments (federal, state, local, tribal) are licensed to use the data per the RFP.
    Commercial rights are retained by the winning bidder(s).
    Select winner(s) based on “best value.”
  • 11. Private Side
    The winning entrepreneur(s) must:
    Establish a cloud computing service and assemble all parcels into a national map and database. (see Dr. Sean Ahearn, parcel spec presentation to NGAC.)
    Pay communities that are legal custodians of parcels ($0.50 / year / parcel). This includes communities that already put their data in the public domain. Further subsidies may be paid for rural areas & public lands.
    Don’t pay communities that don’t meet specifications, schedules or withhold distributions rights.
    Where communities withhold distribution rights, create the data from public records.
    Make money. Use/enforce the commercial rights to distribute national parcel data. This franchise is intended to allow bidders to in turn lower the price paid by the Federal government.
  • 12. Problems Addressed by the Partnership
  • 13. Other considerations
  • 14. What other data sets could such a partnership be applied to?