Reports

CRCSI has commissioned, conducted and participated in a number of seminal reports that inform debate across industry, government, academic and community charters.

Below you can review and download these reports.

Earth Observation Satellites and Satellite Utilisation Policy

CRCSI's Radar Research Facility[sitetree_link,id=62] has developed two reports which have contributed to Australia's Satellite Utilisation Policy, released in April 2013.

Aus Strategic Plan for GNSS

The Plan has been developed in recognition of the fact that Australia, and indeed the world, is on the cusp of a new era in the provision of global and regional navigation satellite systems.

Economics Value of Earth Observation From Space

A study for Geoscience Australia to determine the economic value of space based Earth observation activities to Australia in the 2008-09 financial year was conducted through the CRCSI.

Economic Assessment of Spatial Data Pricing and Access

The Economic Assessment of Spatial Data Pricing and Access study has been undertaken in two stages. Stage One developed guiding principles for access to, and pricing of, fundamental data and defined four alternative pricing models. Stage Two...

High Resolution Positioning Services

Substantial technological advances have been made in recent years to improve the accuracy of the global positioning system. Today, precise positioning technology uses multiple frequency Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) receivers to achieve real-time or near real-time...

Value of the Spatial Industry to the Economy

Key findings The Australian National Accounts do not capture the full extent of the spatial information industry. However it is conservatively estimated that industry revenue in 2006-07 could have been of the order of $1.37 billion annually...

ACIL Tasman Report on Spatial Info Value in NZ Economy

Spatial Information in the New Zealand Economy - Realising Productivity Gains is a report commissioned by Land Information New Zealand, the Department of Conservation and the Ministry of Economic Development.

Trends in the Development of the Australian Spatial Industry

A survey of the Australian spatial industry was conducted by Curtin University and Victoria University on behalf of the CRCSI during November and December 2008. The respondents to the survey were from 43pl, the select group of research minded...