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LAS Expert Group Meeting – Melbourne November 2005 Spatially Enabling Society – Some “Technical” Challenges 1 Day: Thursday 10 th November Session: 13.00.

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1 LAS Expert Group Meeting – Melbourne November 2005 Spatially Enabling Society – Some “Technical” Challenges 1 Day: Thursday 10 th November Session: Speaker: Brian Marwick Topic:Spatially Enabling Societies

2 LAS Expert Group Meeting – Melbourne November 2005 Spatially Enabling Society – Some “Technical” Challenges Spatially Enabling Society - Some “Technical” Challenges Brian Marwick Manager Spatial Information Services LogicaCMG

3 LAS Expert Group Meeting – Melbourne November 2005 Spatially Enabling Society – Some “Technical” Challenges Introduction Technical challenges ? ICT environment Private Sector participation Proposed Model

4 LAS Expert Group Meeting – Melbourne November 2005 Spatially Enabling Society – Some “Technical” Challenges What is the technical challenge ? Building and maintaining a sustainable database that “feeds” on data collected by multiple organisations for their own internal purposes, where the resultant compiled data is provided to a range of organisations with varying service delivery objectives and each with their own evolving expectations as to the purpose that the data can be successfully used.

5 LAS Expert Group Meeting – Melbourne November 2005 Spatially Enabling Society – Some “Technical” Challenges “Sustainable” “the ability to maintain into perpetuity” Cost effective, collect the “right” data, have credibility, etc “Collected by multiple organisations for their own internal purposes” Many of the components within an integrated database will be sourced from organisations where the data was collected for own internal purposes to their standards (e.g. addresses from Local Councils or postal authorities, road centrelines from Road authorities, Title information from land Registry, Occupier from Local Councils) Issues on data consistencies must arise

6 LAS Expert Group Meeting – Melbourne November 2005 Spatially Enabling Society – Some “Technical” Challenges “Provided to a range of organisations with varying service delivery issues” Local Councils, Utilities, Land Registry, Emergency Services, members of the public, etc Service delivery issues in terms of risk of error, frequency of use, accessibility to employees, skills available, etc How “good” does the data need to be ? “Evolving expectations” As an organisation’s understanding of the technology expands, fostered by changes in technology and the public’s expectation of service delivery, so will their expectations of the data For example, higher spatial accuracy and data consistency between datasets are being increasingly expected by many users. In the past the experienced users understood the nuances of the data

7 LAS Expert Group Meeting – Melbourne November 2005 Spatially Enabling Society – Some “Technical” Challenges 7 Identification of land (in a non cadastral manner) Generally under some form of policy control in most States of Australia e.g. State: Victoria Locality: Port Phillip (gazetted) Street: Acland Street Street Number: 1500 The Challenge of Data Integration – some examples

8 LAS Expert Group Meeting – Melbourne November 2005 Spatially Enabling Society – Some “Technical” Challenges 8 Geocoded street addresses as supplied by State Government

9 LAS Expert Group Meeting – Melbourne November 2005 Spatially Enabling Society – Some “Technical” Challenges 9 Addresses with incorrect suburb name

10 LAS Expert Group Meeting – Melbourne November 2005 Spatially Enabling Society – Some “Technical” Challenges 10 Bendigo (Vic) G-NAF Addresses after Initial Build where all 3 contributors agreed Bendigo (Vic) G-NAF Addresses after Update 2 and rules created to correct localities

11 LAS Expert Group Meeting – Melbourne November 2005 Spatially Enabling Society – Some “Technical” Challenges 11 Bundaberg (Qld) G-NAF Addresses after Initial Build where all 3 contributors agreed Bundaberg (Qld) G-NAF Addresses after Update 6 and rules created to correct localities

12 LAS Expert Group Meeting – Melbourne November 2005 Spatially Enabling Society – Some “Technical” Challenges 12 Road name consistency

13 LAS Expert Group Meeting – Melbourne November 2005 Spatially Enabling Society – Some “Technical” Challenges 13

14 LAS Expert Group Meeting – Melbourne November 2005 Spatially Enabling Society – Some “Technical” Challenges 14

15 LAS Expert Group Meeting – Melbourne November 2005 Spatially Enabling Society – Some “Technical” Challenges 15 NILLY WILLY ROAD

16 LAS Expert Group Meeting – Melbourne November 2005 Spatially Enabling Society – Some “Technical” Challenges 16

17 LAS Expert Group Meeting – Melbourne November 2005 Spatially Enabling Society – Some “Technical” Challenges 17 A PARCEL VIEW

18 LAS Expert Group Meeting – Melbourne November 2005 Spatially Enabling Society – Some “Technical” Challenges 18 A PROPERTY VIEW

19 LAS Expert Group Meeting – Melbourne November 2005 Spatially Enabling Society – Some “Technical” Challenges 19 A PROPERTY VIEW A PARCEL VIEW

20 LAS Expert Group Meeting – Melbourne November 2005 Spatially Enabling Society – Some “Technical” Challenges 20 Data Contributors User Community Standards Policies Expertise Standards Policies Expertise Breadth of data acquisition standards Breadth of User goals for data “The Perfect World” Build and Maintain Users

21 LAS Expert Group Meeting – Melbourne November 2005 Spatially Enabling Society – Some “Technical” Challenges 21 Data Contributors User Community Standards Policies Expertise Standards Policies Expertise Breadth of data acquisition standards Breadth of User goals for data Build and Maintain Users One possible “real” world

22 LAS Expert Group Meeting – Melbourne November 2005 Spatially Enabling Society – Some “Technical” Challenges 22 Data Contributors User Community Standards Policies Expertise Standards Policies Expertise Breadth of data acquisition standards Breadth of User goals for data Build and Maintain Users Relationship Management Another possible “real” world

23 LAS Expert Group Meeting – Melbourne November 2005 Spatially Enabling Society – Some “Technical” Challenges 23 The Changing ICT Environment -From my position, ICT is not an impediment to our success -Databases such as Oracle with its standard functionality has reduced spatial data to just another table in the database -The requirement for specialist IT staff is reducing -A possible issue will be deciding the rate at which you adopt the new technologies, not waiting for its availability

24 LAS Expert Group Meeting – Melbourne November 2005 Spatially Enabling Society – Some “Technical” Challenges 24 The role of the Private Sector -To a large degree the private sector’s role in “Land Administration” in Australia has been generally limited to technology provision and short term specialist consulting work -The experience in Victoria suggests the private sector can fulfill a larger role particularly in the data management area in partnership with Government -A broader role for the private sector could assist in building the culture required to successfully sustain the integrated holistic model under discussion

25 LAS Expert Group Meeting – Melbourne November 2005 Spatially Enabling Society – Some “Technical” Challenges 25 Proposed Model -Terminology issues “Land Administration Systems” Does this term promote the holistic view in the broader community of interest? -Stronger focus on relationship management and the development of a culture which will sustain the system over time

26 LAS Expert Group Meeting – Melbourne November 2005 Spatially Enabling Society – Some “Technical” Challenges 26 QUESTIONS


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