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  • Realising the Power of Location A Location Information Strategy for Western Australia Kylie Armstrong | Western Australian Land Information Authority (Landgate)
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  • The past Why What is it When and how Linking in Nationally A LOCATION INFORMATION STRATEGY FOR WA
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  • History Western Australian Land information System WALIS will be 30 years old this year Governance Data sharing policy Custodianship Cross Government sharing and projects Imagery Capture Emergency Management Planning
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  • Mining
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  • Emergency Management
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  • Demographic and Statistical Information Providing Australia wide coverage of census and statistical information through SLIP to assist analysis and improve planning tools.
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  • SLIP Developer Project Site Planning A tool developed for the education and health sectors. Determines viability of new or existing school or hospital sites by integrating a variety of public sector information and demographics.
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  • KEY CHALLENGES Sea Level Rise 1.1m by 2100 Potential impact Between 18,000 and 29,000 residential buildings at risk Replacement value between $5 - $8 billion Population Growth Expected to reach 2.2million by 2031 Infrastructure Pressures Affordable housing Access to education Availability of health services Drying Climate Rainfall expected to reduce 2-14% by 2030 Water Water run off to decrease between 20 and 30%
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  • Goals Facilitate the States growth and sustainable development Enable better informed government, industry and community decision making Streamline the capture and maintenance of government data Foster innovation Benefits Direct financial savings Better decision making More targeted, efficient services Greater public participation OBJECTIVES OF THE LOCATION STRATEGY FOR WA
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  • STRATEGIC INITIATIVES Key Strategic initiatives: Promoting and branding Western Australia - Location WA Strategic capture of the States location information Enhancing access to location information Citizen engagement through location technology Education and career development - embedding location intelligence
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  • LOCATION INFORMATION STRATEGY - MAKING IT REAL! SLIP Managed Components Governance Collaboration Innovation Industry Development Education and Awareness Raising
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  • HALLS CREEK PILOT - COMMUNITY DIRECTORY
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  • A reporting framework that will cater for all lead and approval agencies as well as delivering reporting to proponents; Benefits Transparency Leverages existing systems Identifies issues in a timely manner Whole of Government view of the approvals Streamlines communication between Lead Agencies, Approval Agencies and Proponents STATUTORY APPROVALS TRACKING SYSTEM
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  • REMOTE INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES INTEGRATED PLANNING AND DECISION SUPPORT
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  • Extensible Well Structured In Built Location Knowledge TOPO / Carto DB WPOL Volunteer Geographic Information Products represent a Viewof the underlying Data Dynamically updated Online Products - Maps - Data - GIS Analysis Dynamically Updated Map Products Improved Decision Making Joined Up Government Location Information Maintenance WALIS Members Trusted Partners (including Direct Shared Editing, Crowd Sourcing, etc) INTEGRATED DATA MANAGEMENT Products represent a Viewof the underlying Data
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  • STATE LAND INFORMATION CAPTURE PROGRAM
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  • STREET LEVEL ASSET MANAGEMENT MOBILE MAPPING (SLAMM) Street Level Imagery with a difference Measure distance (relative) Able to place features in the real world Application Asset Management (LGAs) Emergency service (planning and response) Investigation / Insurance Quoting / Design Data capture
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  • HOW IS OUR APPROACH DIFFERENT Builds on success of WALIS and SLIP
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  • HOW IS OUR APPROACH DIFFERENT End user focus Builds on success of WALIS and SLIP
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  • HOW IS OUR APPROACH DIFFERENT End user focus Leadership and Governance - WALIS - Lead Agency Builds on success of WALIS and SLIP
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  • HOW IS OUR APPROACH DIFFERENT End user focus Leadership and Governance - WALIS - Lead Agency Innovation Landgate Innovation Builds on success of WALIS and SLIP
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  • Cooperative Research Centre for Spatial Information
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  • HOW IS OUR APPROACH DIFFERENT End user focus Leadership and Governance - WALIS - Lead Agency Innovation Industry Engagement Builds on success of WALIS and SLIP
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  • Australia New Zealand Market Place ANZSM will provide a marketplace for all spatial resources in Australia and New Zealand allow easy publishing and distribution allow easy discovery allow easy access enable suppliers and users to transact with confidence provide the spatial resources to spatially enable any information
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  • HOW IS OUR APPROACH DIFFERENT End user focus Leadership and Governance - WALIS - Lead Agency Innovation Industry Engagement. National Linkages Next Steps Finalise program implementation framework Cabinet consideration Q1 2011 Builds on success of WALIS and SLIP
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  • PAINTING A PICTURE OF THE FUTURE
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  • Contact For More Information Kylie Armstrong Program Director Co-operative Research Centre For Spatial Information Kylie.Armstrong@langate.wa.gov.au