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Defence Force seeks geospatial web services

Defence Force seeks geospatial web services

The New Zealand Defence Force in Auckland is looking for a supplier to provide geospatial web services, which is the use of spatial software and analytical methods with terrestrial or geographic datasets.

Request for proposal documents released this week state that the web services will be used for a government project called KiwImage, where geographical imagery will be shared between government departments, local government and emergency services.

The goal of KiwImage is to secure complete geospatial coverage of the country over the next three years.

The NZDF also plans to implement an automated web mapping service model that will allow users to access their entitled coverage area.

The deadline for replies is Friday, October 31. More details are available on the Government Electronics Tender website under ICCNZ reference 23628.


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