SA Government to create new land information system

By on 5 April, 2011
The South Australian Government has announced that it has entered into an eight-year partnership with Salmat, in order to deliver a new land information system.
The Integrated Land Information System (ILIS), originally developed by the Northern Territory Government Department of Lands and Planning, and recently commercialised for sale by Salmat, is a web-based tool that can be used to identify and register land interest, deliver survey-accurate geospatial data, record property usage and allow government guaranteed tenure.
ILIS may also be linked to a sophisticated data and image repository that provides satellite and aerial photography, cadastral data, lodgement or dealing images and specific information about services such as utilities and building permits.
South Australia joins both the Northern Territory and Australian Capital Territory governments in using the software, but this is the first successful sale to come from the Northern Territory Government/Salmat commercialisation arrangement.
The project will be undertaken over the next three years.

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