PSMA wins GITA Excellence Award

By on 14 August, 2012
PSMA was awarded the 2012 GITA Excellence Award at the GITA Excellence Awards held last week in Melbourne, as part of the GITA 2012 gala dinner.
PSMA chief executive officer, Dan Paull, was on-hand to receive the award, which was for the PSMA Systems project.
PSMA Systems is a spatial infrastructure technology project founded on services orientated architecture (SOA) and world-leading technologies that has significantly improved and streamlined the mechanism for collection, assembly and delivery of fundamental geospatial information for Australia.
PSMA Systems has been effective in reducing delivery times, improving data quality, providing greater flexibility in access to Australia’s authoritative datasets and providing a framework that promotes the extraction of the value inherent in these datasets.
Also nominated for the award was Western Power, for its integration of imagery into Western Power’s Corporate GIS viewer, which now provides up-to-date, high-resolution imagery in support of the asset life-cycle.

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