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

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Geospatial Market Model

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

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