Washington’s King County ensures equitable appraisals of its 700,000 parcels with an app that integrates GIS and computer-assisted mass-appraisals (CAMA) data.
Using location analytics to develop Queensland flood maps enabled the Department of Natural Resources and Mines to cut the cost of an estimated $100M project to below $1M.
This interactive map of the Burkekin NRM region shows land use categories over a seven-year period, a valuable resournce for planning, disaster mitigation and emergency response.
The application of GIS has resulted in updated addressing schemes with accurate location information, allowing emergency services to locate callers faster and more accurately.
Queensland government’s web-based management system uses GIS to create a single, dynamic smart map view of state government and council data.