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Australian Spatial Consortium

The Australian Spatial Consortium (ASC) provides a valuable forum around which the current core structural pillars of spatial information in Australia can rally to explore areas of common interest and accelerate their collective achivements.

Link to >>> Australian Spatial Consortium

Australian Spatial Information Business Association (ASIBA)

ASIBA is the peak association representing interests of the commercial sector in the spatial information industry, including businesses that provide surveying, mapping, remote sensing, geographic information systems and related products and services such as hardware and software development and supply, data brokerage and integration, and management and training.

Link to >>> www.asiba.com.au

Spatial Sciences Institute (SSI)

The SSI is the peak national body representing professional interests in the spatial information industry, including the disciplines of surveying, mapping, engineering & mining surveying, remote sensing & photogrammetry and spatial information.

Link to >>> www.spatialsciences.org.au

Cooperative Research Centre for Spatial Information (CRC-SI)

The CRC-SI is the leading research and development initiatives in Australia in relation to spatial information. It is developing the concept of a Virtual Australia, uniting research and commercial innovation in spatial information.

Link to >>> www.crcsi.com.au

Open Geospatial Consortium Australasia (OGC-A)

OGC-A is a subsidiary of the Open Geospatial Consortium. Inc. — an international standards setting organisation whose core mission is to deliver spatial interoperability specifications that are openly and freely available for use by the world's software developers. OGC-A provides support for OGC members in Australia and New Zealand.

Link to >>> www.opengeospatial.org/regions

Australasian Spatial Information Education and Research Association (ASIERA)

ASIERA provides a forum for all academics, teachers and researchers in the field of spatial information. ASIERA represents both the education and research sectors within the discipline of spatial information.

Link to >>> www.asiera.org.au

PSMA Australia Limited

PSMA (Public Sector Mapping Agencies) Australia Limited is an unlisted public company limited by shares and owned by the State, Territory and Australian governments of Australia. PSMA Australia facilitates access to seamless national datasets derived from government data sources.

Link to >>> www.psma.com.au

Geospatial Information Technology Association (GITA)

GITA (Aust & New Zealand) is a not-for-profit, membership association affiliated with GITA in North America, Hungary, Japan, Netherlands, Columbia, Deutschland, India, Korea and Brazil. Its members include corporations and individuals whose work involves designing, building, managing and maintaining critical infrastructure assets including the major water, gas and electricity utilities as well as local government. GITA's key objective is to foster the use of geospatial data and location-aware technologies to better manage the delivery of essential services to our communities.

Link to >>> www.gita.org.au

Creative Commons

Creative Commons (CC) is an internationally active non-profit organisation that works to make it easier to share, reuse, repurpose and remix creative material. It does this by providing free licences that let creators give permission in advance for certain uses of their material.

Link to >>> Creative Commons

The Surveying Taskforce

The purpose of the Surveying Task Force is to increase the number of Registered Licensed Surveyors in Victoria. It is made up of representatives from respective Industry Associations, the University sector and Government.

Primary activities include increasing the interest of Surveying in youth via career events, work experience and Surveying activity days.

Link to >>> www.alifewithoutlimits.com.au [The Surveying Taskforce]

For links to more spatial resources go to "Industry Links" at the interim Spatial Portal.

Link to >>> www.xyz.au.com/public

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