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22 May 2013

SIBA digital cities project will rebuild the ANZAC legend

The Spatial Industries Business Association (SIBA) recently announced a new project that will seek to build ‘digital cities,’ starting with Australia and New Zealand’s major cities represented as they were during the ANZAC period (1900 to 1915).

SIBA will drive the project – known as MIMOSA (Multi-dimensional Information for MetrOpolitan Spatial Alliances – an acronym named after a star in the Southern Cross) – forward thanks to an alliance between its Australian and New Zealand chapters, combined with support from the ANZAC Centenary Foundation.

Project MIMOSA will be launched as a series of interactive workshops engaging thought leaders and stakeholders; to ensure we get the best start we need their collaborative participation. The approach will follow the guidelines of the Investment Management Standard (IMS).

Full story from Spatial Source.

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