Capture WA Program Overview
The Capture WA Program is designed to reduce duplication and maximise sharing of our location assets across the state of WA. By planning, recording and acquiring the information through one channel we ensure the most strategic use of resources. The Program offers a whole of State contract to manage capture requests, be it self-funded or funded by the Program, whilst ensuring information remains within the State.
Through the Program, some funds are available for the capture of critical location information assets where common needs across agencies can be identified as a priority. Data captured through Capture WA can range from aerial photography, topographic data, satellite imagery, bathymetry, LIDAR, infrastructure, to 3D surveys, soils, ortho-imagery and any other type of spatial data required. The data requested through the program provides an opportunity to drive decision making on important issues such as climate change, planning, mining and health. Pooling self funded and co-funded requests allows for more capture, sharing and reduced duplication among Government organisations
This initiative is supported by the Cabinet directive of August 2011 under the Location Information Strategy for Western Australia, which states: "All current and planned capture proposals if location information using Government funds will be provided by public sector agencies to Landgate, in order to identify and prioritise in consultation with the relevant public sector agencies opportunities for strategic investment in the capture of this information"
Program Status 2016-2017
CLOSED FOR PROGRAM FUNDED AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY REQUESTS
OPEN FOR ALL OTHER REQUESTS
PROGRAM CLOSED 30 JUNE 2016
Requests can be entered via the Online Capture WA Register at any time, however due to the logistics of reviewing suppliers and getting quotes, imagery requests need to be collected and considered as a single batch each year. Information on the deadline for imagery requests can be found on the relevant Program year page.
For more information, or to promote awareness of the Capture WA among your colleagues, please download the Capture WA Brochure.
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