Australian leaders rely on data, analysis and insight to make the decisions that shape our nation

The biggest challenges of our time – the shifting pressures on our health systems, climate change, public safety and aging populations – will be addressed more effectively when knowledge can be shared without delay across organisations, geographic boundaries and political jurisdictions.

Recent crises such as COVID-19 have demonstrated that establishing the correct infrastructure to facilitate this data-sharing should be a national priority. Everything happens somewhere – and in a country the size of Australia, every decision requires geographic thinking.

Establishing a National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI) would serve to consolidate crucial information across organisational boundaries and allow for coordinated national responses to crises.

Explore how Australian organisations are using technology to start connecting communities.

To learn more about the possibilities for connecting Australian organisations through a National Spatial Data Infrastructure call 1800 870 750 or email a specialist

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