DELWP - Coordinated Imagery Program
Type of resources
this is a test dataset used to trial the data loading process
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.
20cm true colour visible, fast look aerial photography was captured during the 2013-14 summer as part of the 2013-14 CIP Outer Melbourne and Geelong Aerial Photography Project. The imagery extent was planned and acquired so as to abut to and extend the 2013-14 Melbourne 10cm summer coverage. Imagery is supplied in 1km tiles and in East and West overview mosaics.
Captured as part of the 2016-17 CIP, this 6cm photography covers Yarra and Stonnington Shires with 3 band (RGB) high accuracy photography and is useful for a wide range of council purposes.
2013-14 Grampians North & Mallee Fire Complex: Satellite Imagery RapidEye
This project collected high accuracy LiDAR data covering Central Highlands FMA plus Thomson Catchment Extension and Baw Baw extension. From the raw LiDAR data, a suite of elevation products was generated including 1m DEM. LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) is an airborne remote sensing technique for rapid collection of terrain data. The sensor used for this LiDAR project collected XYZ and Intensity data for first and last return by bouncing a pulse from the aircraft to the surface that enables the height and intensity values to be calculated. Project Products: DEM and raw LiDAR.
This LiDAR survey was undertaken as part of a larger DTV LiDAR capture project in operation between 2022 and 2024. The DTV LiDAR Project comprises of almost 60 separate LiDAR survey blocks totaling over 60,000 square kilometres within Victoria. The project was managed by the Coordinated Imagery Program on behalf of the Digital Twin Victoria (DTV) program, a four-year $37.4 million State Government investment designed to fast track the adoption of new geospatial data and emerging technologies. When completed, the LiDAR capture project will have achieved coverage of over 99 percent of the population and 95 per cent of the buildings in the Victoria. The primary use of the data is the creation of a ‘bare earth’ digital elevation model (DEM) that will underpin the DTV geospatial data platform. Numerous other important secondary uses will also benefit from the data collected such as river health monitoring, vegetation analysis and heritage cultural mapping.