Data integration makes Queensland research a breeze

Data integration makes Queensland research a breeze

Posted on Wednesday, April 03 2013 at 2:46 PM

The Queensland Government has launched a new computer program that’ll open up a vault of location-linked spatial data benefiting a number of sectors, including real estate.

A slew of information has been compiled and
integrated with the popular Google Earth satellite image service, making it
easier and quicker to review everything from flood maps to land boundaries.

Premier Campbell Newman unveiled the
Queensland Earth program today, which he says will open opportunities for the
private sector, educational institutions and community groups.

“For example, the property development
industry and potential homebuyers will now be able to analyse flood lines from
the 2011 and 2013 flood events when evaluating a potential home or land
purchase,” Newman says.

The initiative merges land tenure status,
property boundaries, postcodes, locality and electoral boundaries.

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