The Geoscape evaluation dataset has been updated as of 29/03/2017 and can be found here.
Geoscape is PSMA’s award-winning new initiative to capture Australia’s built environment and anchor it in a reliable geospatial base. The dataset includes 3D building attributes, land cover and tree heights. Geoscape also captures features such as roof materials, swimming pools and solar panels.
Our first capture phase covering 16,500 square kilometres in the Adelaide region has been completed and we are now excited to make a sample of data available for download. The Geoscape Evaluation Dataset comprises a 25 square kilometre area approximately 5 kilometres south/south west of Adelaide’s central business district. This covers an area that is entirely 'urban' and takes in 25 suburbs. This area also includes a reasonable proportion of buildings with solar panels and properties with swimming pools. Detailed information on the attributes included are in the Product Description.
The 300MB zip file will include the following formats for evaluation:
- MapInfo TAB File
- ESRI Shapefile
- Raster layers
- Raster imagery of the sample area
- An example QGIS project.
The following documents are included in the file:
- Geoscape Evaluation Dataset Product Description
- Geoscape Evaluation Dataset Release Notes
- Copy of the Evaluation licence
About the evaluation licence
Once you click on the link below, you will be taken to the evaluation licence. You will need to provide some details about you and sign the licence. Please note that you can sign with your mouse, by typing or using a stylus on a mobile device. You can preview the evaluation licence here.
Once the agreement is confirmed, we will process your request and email you a link to the sample data for you to download. This usually happens within one working day.
Let us know what you think
Please note that the product is still in development, and this data is extracted from our production pilot. Complete product specifications including attributes, output formats and pricing are still being finalised.
We hope you enjoy looking at this sample data and we would love to receive any feedback or questions you may have.