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Spatial data supply chains in Australia and New Zealand


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There are a multitude of organisations in Australia and New Zealand pursuing spatial data supply chain initiatives. There is little to no co-ordination of these developments, leading to duplication of effort, wasted investment and missed opportunities. This presentation presents the results of the CRC-SI “Alignment Study”; an inventory of these initiatives, gaps and overlaps and research opportunities that arise.

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Spatial data supply chains in Australia and New Zealand

  1. 1. SPATIAL DATA SUPPLY CHAINSIN AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND Overlaps, Gaps and Opportunities Maurits van der Vlugt Spatial Information Strategist
  2. 2. OVERVIEWProblem Statement (“Why this Project?”)Spatial Data Supply Chains (“Why do you Care?”)Project Approach (“How did we do it?”)Outcomes (“What did we find?”)Next Steps (“What now?”)
  3. 3. SDI: DELIVERING FUNDAMENTALSPATIAL DATA FOR DECISION MAKINGCommon Reference FrameworkReliableConsistentAuthoritative
  4. 4. CRITICAL ENABLER Spatial Data Supply Chains (SDSC)  Multi Source  Consistent, Reliable  Automated, Flexible, Distributed E.g. PSMA’s G-NAF, BoM’s GeoFabric Source: CRC-SI
  5. 5. WHAT MAKES A GOOD SDSC?Single Point of Truth;Continuously updatable from multiple sources;“Supply Views”;Version Management;Automated Update and Distribution;Automated Input (sensors or VGI).
  6. 6. HOWEVER… Myriad of initiatives In relative isolation Re-inventing wheels Duplicating EffortCan we improve this?
  7. 7. SDSC ALIGNMENT STUDYIdentify SDSC initiatives in ANZComparative AnalysisGaps and Overlaps  Re-usable components?  Joint R&D and investment opportunities?
  8. 8. APPROACH1. Quick Scan of 2. Alignment 3. Collaborativerelevant Study Demo Projectinitiatives • Review ANZ • Validation of • Public-Private Initiatives Ph1 outcomes • Working • Analysis • SDSC demonstrator Framework Reference • Contributions to • Review & Architecture standards Analyse • Detailed processes • Scientific Analysis • IP development Literature • Recommendati Review ons for • Identify Alignment and Strategic Collaboration Partners & • Input to Opportunities Research • Proposal for Ph Agenda 2 • Proposal for Demo Projects
  9. 9. OUTCOMES37 Project approached, 32 ResponsesLargely GovernmentOnly 7 Automate entire supply chain50% in pre-production stagesOnly 6 out of 32 having a full, long term sustainable governance framework in place
  10. 10. # ofBusiness DriverDRIVERS BUSINESS Projects (N=32)Maintain a consistent, authoritativedataset to support evidence based 10decision makingMeet statutory obligations 9Improve data access & sharing across 8organisationsImprove efficiency & reduce 5duplicationPublish data for scientific research 4Improve value & service to 3
  11. 11. # ofAudience Projects (N=32)Government agencies 25Public organisations and business 14groupsScientific Community 10General Public 6
  12. 12. DOES THE PROJECT/SYSTEM HAVE:3530252015 Dont Know10 No 5 Yes 0
  13. 13. SYSTEM MATURITY In production, with 2 Governance Framework 6 In production 8 Prototype/trial Under development 10 6 Other
  14. 14. ‘BEST OF BREED’ PROJECTSAutomated  Publish  Maintain  ExtractMature  In production
  15. 15. SHORTLIST FOR PH2 ANALYSIS LINZ Data Service Maori Land Geographic Information System PSMA Systems SISS - Spatial Information Services Stack SLIP Enabler The Australian Hydrological Geospatial Fabric (Geofabric) VSDL - Victorian Spatial Data Library
  16. 16. CONCLUSIONS Status of SDSC:  Infancy  Supply Driven  Developed in Isolation Capability Gaps  Automation  Maturity  Standards Plenty of Opportunity for Collaboration  re-use of components  Joint investment and R&D
  17. 17. NEXT STEPS Integrate QLD & NSW in Ph 1 Analysis Ph 2 : from early 2012  Detailed analysis of shortlisted projects  Reference Architecture  R&D Agenda  Scope collaborative demo project
  18. 18. THANK YOU – QUESTIONS? Acknowledgements  CRC-SI (Kylie Armstrong, Mary Sue Severn)  Project Participants More Information  Http:// 