PSMA Chairman’s Locate14 Keynote address

By lnguyen | Published: June 12, 2014
Posted in: Uncategorized

In an environment where all the governments of Australia need to collaborate to deliver the foundation geospatial data required by the digital economy, and where a
majority of jurisdictions are now actively pursuing Open Data Policies, why is commercial delivery of these foundation assets still the best model?
Why the commercial model adopted by PSMA Australia (a governments’ owned public company) still the best means of delivery.

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Improvements to G-NAF in the August 2012 release

By admin | Published: September 20, 2012
Posted in: G-NAF, Uncategorized

Address information is integral to databases ranging from the simplest contact list to the most sophisticated enterprise systems. An address is easily created, collected and applied. But being based in language, the very features that make addresses accessible and easy to use also mean that they can be ambiguous, open to interpretation, and lacking in the mathematical consistency required for rigorous matching and location analysis. Read more ›