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16 July 2015

Modernising Australia's Disruptive Datums

Datums are used in GPS systems to indicate a position on maps to its real position on earth. It is the reference point used to locate a place. 

Australia's current geocentric datum will not be able to support the requirements of Australians in a spatially connected world.

The first Datum Modernisation Roadmap was released in 2011. It is now time to develop a series of recommendations for the implementation process aligned to a modern Australian geocentric datum.

Prepared by Scott Strong, the report Stakeholder Requirements for Modernising Australia's Geocentric Datum makes 17 recommendations that will meet all stakeholder requirements and minimise the disruptive effects associated with the anticipated rate of change.

A copy of the report can be downloaded here.

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5 October 2015

9th International Symposium on Digital Earth

25 November 2015

CRCSI Annual Conference 2015

9 December 2015

Mobile Mapping Technology Symposium

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