PSMA would like to see the conversation move beyond the ‘free or fee’ argument to a deeper discussion focused on what needs to be done for an open data framework to deliver the benefits espoused in this rhetoric – benefits we all seek.
PSMA Australia has signed a letter of intent mapping out steps for closer cooperation with EuroGeographics, the Development Bank of Latin America and the Pan-American Institute for Geography and History (PAIGH).
2014 marks the first decade of Australia’s Geocoded National Address File (G-NAF) – a time during which this new benchmark for geocoded address accuracy has become widely accepted.
The Locate Conference is a new and significant event on the geospatial industry calendar. Three delegates might, from now on, even consider the occasion an auspicious one…
At Locate14 (Canberra, 8th and 9th of April), many industry representatives were kind enough to respond to our survey questions, with three randomly selected winners to receive an iPad Air for their efforts.
Congratulations to the winners:
1. Simon Costello, Geoscience Australia
2. Henry Handley, Handley Surveys
3. Kerry Smyth, Spatialize
And thank you to all who offered us your valued and valuable feedback!
21 August 2013
An international award has been won by a geospatial information technology project developed by PSMA Australia.
PSMA Australia releases significant updates to its suite of national address and mapping information datasets including G-NAF, Cadlite and Administrative Boundaries.
13 July 2012
The International Map Trade Association (Australia & New Zealand) presented the 2012 Gold Award for Best Internet Website to PSMA Web Map Tiles at an award function held at the associationâ€™s conference in Brisbane on Monday 9 July.