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2020

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  • This 4-band, high resolution aerial photography project was conducted by DELWPs Coordinated Imagery Program on behalf of the Gunditj Mirring Traditional Owners Aboriginal Corporation (GMTOAC) and Forest, Fire, Management Victoria. This project covers the Budj Bim Cultural Landscape including Lake Condah, the Budj Bim National Park and the Mt.Eccles lava flow down to the southern coast and also includes coverage of the 2020 wildfire that occurred within the Budj Bim National Park. Photography is considered culturally sensitive and requires permission by the Gunditj Mirring Traditional Owners Aboriginal Corporation for access.

  • Captured as part of the 2019-20 CIP, this project is for 10cm photography covering Ararat Local Government Area and the township of Hamilton in Southern Grampians Shire. The photography will primary be used by Local government in GIS software to enable Planners, Strategic Planners, Assets, Rates, Community Laws, and front counter staff to complete their daily tasks.

  • The original East Gippsland and Wellington Towns project (11-2019-20) was commissioned to be captured as part of the 2019-20 CIP. This project was compromised by problems that affected the whole State of Victoria starting from December 2019. Bushfires in the summer of 2019-20 interrupted capture then the COVID-19 pandemic prevented Outline Global from completing the acquisition of aerial photography in East Gippsland. Two other companies, Ecosystems Management and Aerometrex, were brought in to undertake acquisition to complete the capture areas for the East Gippsland township areas that could not be captured by Outline Global. These later projects combine the original project capture areas with post-bushfire imagery required by the Victorian State Government. It's a mess. The full project capture for the original townships now combines three separate projects: cip11-2019-20 (Outline Global) cip11b-2019-20 (Ecosystems Management) cip47-2019-20 (Aerometrex)

  • The 3D Regional Proof of Concept (POC) purpose is to understand the feasibility of incorporating 3D datasets in the Vicmap suite of products, providing value-add to existing Imagery and LiDAR capture through the Coordinated Imagery Program (CIP). The 3D POC specifically focuses on the investigation of 3D model data types and the spatial capture technologies required to produce them, the quality of outputs and value-benefit for CIP partners as well as the community. Ballarat 3D Model project: 10cm Aerial Photography acquisition was completed over Wangaratta on the 9th of October 2019 for the purpose of creating textured 3D Object Model (2.5km2), Photogrammetric Mesh (6.25km2). This project and other 3D Regional POC datasets can be visualised using Geocirrus 3D-GIS Web Application (tinyurl.com/5xk8v2fz) available until June 30, 2021 All 3D Regional POC dataset can be accessed/downloaded via the link tinyurl.com/3f9x2rfx This project includes a subset of Imagery and Elevation data over the 3D Model extent (3D Regional Towns LIDAR). Full extent of site/town Elevation GRIDs and Imagery dataset can be access via tinyurl.com/a7q1sype (Esri ASCII, ECW) In addition LiDAR point clouds and GRIDs can be accessed via Geoscience Australia - Elvis: https://elevation.fsdf.org.au/ (32bit GeoTIFF, LAZ)

  • OBSOLETE dataset from 5 May 2020, records have been distributed to EL_RELIEF_AREA_FUZZY Geographic Areas Relief Labels, which depict such features as plains and ranges, are sourced from annotation layers and hence have limitations in the way they can be used. These polygons contain intelligent information including name, feature type and level, enabling flexible, intelligent and cartographic labelling which is both multi scale and non scale dependent. Note: This dataset is only to be used for labelling purposes.

  • The 3D Regional Proof of Concept (POC) purpose is to understand the feasibility of incorporating 3D datasets in the Vicmap suite of products. The 3D POC specifically focuses on the investigation of 3D model data types and the spatial capture technologies required to produce them, the quality of outputs and value-benefit for CIP partners as well as the community. Sale 3D Model project: 5cm Aerial Photography acquisition was completed over Sale on the 22nd of December 2019 for the purpose of creating textured 3D Object Model (1.2km2), Photogrammetric Mesh (17.25km2). and Aerial Orthoimagery (17.25km2). This project and other 3D Regional POC datasets can be visualised using Geocirrus 3D-GIS Web Application (tinyurl.com/5xk8v2fz) available until June 30, 2021 All 3D Regional POC dataset can be accessed/downloaded via the link tinyurl.com/3f9x2rfx This project includes a subset of Imagery and Elevation data over the 3D Model extent (3D Regional Towns LIDAR). Full extent of site/town Elevation GRIDs and Imagery dataset can be access via tinyurl.com/a7q1sype (Esri ASCII, ECW) In addition LiDAR point clouds and GRIDs can be accessed via Geoscience Australia - Elvis: https://elevation.fsdf.org.au/ (32bit GeoTIFF, LAZ)

  • 10cm relaxed accuracy RGB photography over Greater Melbourne captured as part of the 2019-20 CIP.

  • This 10cm high accuracy photography project was captured as part of the 2018-19 CIP and is useful for a wide range of State and Local Government applications.

  • The 3D Regional Proof of Concept (POC) purpose is to understand the feasibility of incorporating 3D datasets in the Vicmap suite of products. The 3D POC specifically focuses on the investigation of 3D model data types and the spatial capture technologies required to produce them, the quality of outputs and value-benefit for CIP partners as well as the community. Anglesea 3D Model project: 5cm Aerial Photography acquisition was completed over Anglesea on the 23rd of December 2019 for the purpose of creating a textured Photogrammetric Mesh (16.5km2). This project and other 3D Regional POC datasets can be visualised using Geocirrus 3D-GIS Web Application (tinyurl.com/5xk8v2fz) available until June 30, 2021 This project and other 3D Regional POC datasets can be visualised using Geocirrus 3D-GIS Web Application (tinyurl.com/5xk8v2fz) available until June 30, 2021 All 3D Regional POC dataset can be accessed/downloaded via the link tinyurl.com/3f9x2rfx

  • 10cm relaxed accuracy RGB photography over Greater Melbourne captured as part of the 2019-20 CIP.