AIIA NSW Government Briefing: ‘Digital Spatial Information – How NSW Government is utilising DSI to drive innovation’
The NSW Government is leading the way in the adoption and application of Digital Spatial Information and has collected and developed a rich array of information.
This has become a vital tool for people who need information on land, the environment, transport, communications, utility services and demographics and is also used in everyday tools like GPS and online navigation.
As the NSW Government continues to drive both an Innovative State and an Innovative Government agenda, Digital Spatial Information will feature at the core of both these service delivery agendas.
We invite you to join us for the next Breakfast Briefing to hear insights and updates from Wayne Patterson, Executive Director, Information Sourcing, Land and Property Information within the Department of Finance, Services and Innovation and has been instrumental in driving innovation in this area.
Wayne’s presentation will be followed by an interactive Q&A session with other industry leaders in Digital Spatial Information.
Director Information and Spatial, NSW Office of Environment and Heritage
Krissie Auld is the Director of Information and Spatial at the Office of Environment and Heritage. Krissie’s team provides Information Management, Business Intelligence, Records management and Spatial services to the Planning and Environment Cluster. In particular, the team provides spatial data management, publishing, database and application development. They have a high compute infrastructure to service scientific research and spatial imagery and modelling. This infrastructure will house the Copernicus sentinel satellite imagery for NSW. Her team is one of the leaders in government for spatial services. Krissie is also responsible for Open Government and OEH has the only Open Government Program in NSW.