The world is entering a new era in satellite positioning. New global navigation satellite systems are being launched.

A national positioning infrastructure that takes advantage of these advances in a way suited to the needs of Australia and New Zealand is a fundamental step toward 'spatial enablement'. Significant economic benefits will accrue with a national positioning infrastructure, adding an estimated 1.1% to 2.1% to Australia’s GDP by 2030 through productivity gains in mining, construction and agriculture alone. Many other sectors will benefit as well such as transport, emergency services, and tourism and recreation.

Contacts

chris pigramDr Chris Pigram
Program 1 Board Chair

peter teunissenProf Peter Teunissen
Science Director P1, Project Leader P1.01

john dawsonDr John Dawson
Program 1 Manager