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August 8th, 2011
Australia’s R-SPEC V2.1 Common Specifications

The A-SPEC group was formed to streamline the processes undertaken to display new assets within each member’s GIS and Asset Management Systems.A common specification for the supply of digital data was identified as a major opportunity for the consortia members to achieve efficiency and cost savings in the process of maintaining their corporate geographic information systems (GIS) and asset management systems (AMS). Moreover, a common specification shared between Councils would also provide efficiencies to the Land Development Industry by removing the need to maintain separate processes, standards and software tools for numerous Councils. Read More

The key objectives of the A-SPEC Group is to streamline stake holders’ (local government/utilities) processes for receiving, handling and storing of infrastructure related to subdivision developments in their GIS. This process will increase the efficiency of information access and result in greater customer satisfaction when dealing with inquiries from consultants, developers and prospective residents.