LINZ is very pleased to announce that the New Zealand Geospatial Research and Development Priorities and Opportunities 2016 – 2020 were released recently by the Minister for Land Information Louise Upston.
The document was launched at New Zealand’s first Geospatial Research Conference, which was held at the University of Canterbury. The timing for this release allows those seeking research funding in the MBIE 2016 Science Investment round to align their proposals with the Priorities and Opportunities.
The New Zealand Geospatial Research and Development Priorities and Opportunities 2016 – 2020 is in three parts:
Section A, the Overview
Section B, the Appendix and
Section C, Supplementary Information
These and other detailed information can be found on the LINZ website: http://www.linz.govt.nz/about-linz/our-location-strategy/new-zealand-geospatial-research-and-development-priorities-and-opportunities
The LINZ contact person is Dr. Anna de Raadt, SDI and Open Government Data, Location System.