Since 2005, OMNILINK has consistently provided value added data products based on PSMA data sets. From basic mapping files, to custom data sets designed for easy integration directly to client schemas and databases, OMNILINK understand all the aspects of PSMA’s data. Over the past 18 months, OMNILINK has become the leading provider of G-NAF Live (address as a service) – a new and innovative way to consume address data.
OMNILINK is pleased to advise of the announcement this week of the Commonwealth’s agreement with PSMA Australia to release their Geocoded National Address File (G-NAF) and their Administrative Boundaries data sets as “open data”. OMNILINK will continue to provide our many clients and end users with value added services for the provision of these data sets – especially where bundled with other data sets such as Transport and Topography and CadLite.
The Commonwealth Governments’ aim in entering into this agreement with PSMA is that it will deliver greater benefit and opportunity to the economy. OMNILINK stands ready to work with you to fulfil the aim and continue to see two of the most ubiquitous data sets delivering value.
Full details of the announcement can be found at the following link: Geocoded national address data to be made openly available | data.gov.au Blog
PSMA’s position on the announcement can be found at: PSMA responds to the National Innovation and Science Agenda | PSMA Australia