Supporting a sustainable future

On 25 September 2015, 193 member countries of the United Nations formally adopted the Sustainable Development Agenda with 17 Sustainable Development Goals at its core. The goals are ambitious but their development has included a careful consideration of the frameworks required to support the achievement of these outcomes. This includes, for the first time, a formal acknowledgement of geospatial information’s role as fundamental infrastructure that underpins the ability of nations to develop and prosper.

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PSMA Australia offers authoritative, national location datasets which underpin an ever-expanding range of business solutions and government services.

Our flagship product, G-NAF, is Australia’s only authoritative, geocoded physical address file. G-NAF is complemented by datasets of roads, cadastre parcels, administrative boundaries, features of interest and more.

Used together, or separately, PSMA datasets provide the geographic context that enables effective decision-making and innovation based on quality location data.

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Realising the value

Realising the value


Dan Paull launches the AIIA's Geospatial Special Interest Group's paper at the Canberra Managers Forum, 1 December 2015. ...

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The purpose of place: Reconsidered

Papers & Reports

The fifth edition of Deloitte's Building the Lucky Country series reconsiders the purpose of place. By collaborating to make place a driver of productivity and prosperity, Australia can unlock enormous potential....

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Women child and technology in home

Digitising government service delivery


Providing seamless digital government services within Australia's federal structure will require the support of coordinated national information infrastructure....

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Key issues

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