ANZLIC has published its Strategic Plan 2020-24, which outlines ANZLIC’s role, strategic priorities and key priority initiatives for 2020-24.
Key highlights from the July 2019 ANZLIC meeting included appointment of a new ANZLIC Chair and Deputy Chair, ANZLIC’s work to drive diversity and inclusion in the spatial sector, and ANZLIC’s value proposition to spatially enable digital twins.
30 June 2020 is the date by which ANZLIC member agencies in Australian states and territories will be ready to deliver and receive foundation spatial data on the GDA2020 datum.
The February 2019 release of the Geocoded National Address File (G-NAF) and Administrative Boundaries datasets are now available for download.
Message from Steven Jacoby, Executive Director, Land and Spatial Information, Department of Natural Resources Mines and Energy, Queensland Government (ANZLIC Chair).
The May 2018 release of the Geocoded National Address File (G-NAF) and Administrative Boundaries datasets are now available for download.
The ability to determine location through a smart phone or to get directions from a navigation app are just two examples of modern convenience provided by location services.
A demonstration of the FSDF Location INtelligence Knowledge platform (LINK) was provided to ANZLIC at its recent October meeting.
The October ANZLIC meeting was held in conjunction with the 43rd International Registrars of Title Conference (ROTC) 2016, which included a joint Digital Disruption seminar on 19 October 2016.
ANZLIC’s Strategic Plan 2016-2019 has been published, providing clarity on its spatial policy advisory role to government. Priority actions are documented in a one-page format specifically designed to answer the question, “ANZLIC?