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The Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) retains the intellectual property and usage rights for all high-resolution imagery and elevation (LiDAR point cloud) datasets acquired by the Coordinated Imagery Program.
Private businesses interested in providing this data to the general public on commercial terms can negotiate a commercial licence through the Coordinated Imagery Program.
Commercialisation may involve:
- direct sale of the datasets, or
- use of the data within other value-added products
There are two categories of commercial licensee:
- Data Service Providers (DSPs) offer direct sale of data sets. They supply source data without further enhancements
- Value Added Retailers (VARs) use the data to create new products and services. This includes advisory services and new knowledge products
Find out more about becoming a provider
To find out more about becoming a provider (DSP) or retailer (VAR) for our imagery or elevation datasets, please email us at the Coordinated Imagery Program.
See our current list of providers and retailers
Page last updated: 17/11/20