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cadastre  2034 survey project
Intergovernmental Committee for Surveying and Mapping Permanent Committee on Cadastre [January 2014]
Cadastre 2034: Powering Land and Real Property

A national strategy for Cadastral Reform and Innovation for Australia.

This strategy identifies the goals and objectives for delivering a national cadastre appropriate to societal needs in 2034. This strategy establishes a single point philosophy on what the community can expect and what the government has to deliver to achieve a sustainably managed cadastral system and one that provides integrated knowledge about land rights, restrictions and responsibilities.




Intergovernmental Committee for Surveying and Mapping
Intergovernmental Committee for Surveying and Mapping - Permanent Committee on Topographic Information [February 2013]
Topographic Information Management: Options for the Future

Investigation into the collection, maintenance and use of topographic information by the States, Territories and Commonwealth of Australia.

This report identifies outdated concepts and inefficiencies that are currently impacting the availability and use of topographic information by government and the community. It identifies options to progress the implementation of more efficient and effective data acquisition, integration and delivery processes for topographic information. Recommendations are from a collaborative jurisdictional perspective and are made in support of national interests and nationwide data availability.




Topographic Information
Intergovernmental Committee for Surveying and Mapping - Permanent Committee on Topographic Information [May 2013]
Strategic Planning Workshop

This workshop focused on reforming topographic data supply chain management nationally and establishing a new governance frameworks for topographic mapping.

Outcomes included three new data management models for consideration and further analysis. The new models are aimed at reducing duplication of effort and the development of standards. The workshop also focused on prioritisation of an inter-jurisdictional work program.




Cooperative Research Centre for Spatial Information
Cooperative Research Centre for Spatial Information (CRCSI) [August 2013]
CRCSI Capability Statement

A capability brochure identifying core capabilities of CRCSI.

This capability statement includes research program definition, governance, organisational structure and benefit/impact statements.




Cooperative Research Centre for Spatial Information
Cooperative Research Centre for Spatial Information (CRCSI) [May 2013]
Workshop on Spatial Data Supply Chains - one of the key research areas within the CRCSI Spatial Infrastructures Program.

This workshop Included local and national government and industry groups. The workshop explored issues with current spatial data supply management and identified key criteria for future supply chains. The report contributed towards the Supply Chains Research Proposal for CRCSI Program 3: Spatial Infrastructures.