Centre for Spatial Data Infrastructures and Land Administration (CSDI&LA)
The Centre provides a focus for research in Spatial Data Infrastructures (SDIs) and Land Administration by building on research relationships and creating new links through national and international collaboration. The Centre was established in 2001 within the Department of Geomatics at the University of Melbourne. Full-time researchers focus on problems at local, state, national and multinational levels.
- Provides a focus for research in Spatial Data Infrastructures and Land Administration by building on ongoing research relationships and creating new links through extended collaboration both nationally and internationally.
- Undertakes original world-wide research in land policy, land management, land information, spatial data, technical applications and other areas.
- Supports spatial data developments and land administration particuarly in the Asia-Pacific region.
- Spatially enabling government and society
- Designing and developing SDIs
- Cadastral system
- land management and market
- Building the next generation of property data systems
- Managing the integration of land and marine administration
- Advancing metadata documentation
A particular research focus particularly to support sustainable development and effective markets. Research highlights include development of concepts of the cadastre, a digital cadastral database, diffusion of geographic systems and "toolboxes" for land administration.
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