Spatial Vision were tasked with assisting the Department in harnessing remote sensing, geospatial data and technologies to support water compliance and resource management objectives via the development of a strategic road map.
Additionally, the project needed to facilitate and support an enhanced understanding of DPIE Water and NRAR requirements which promoted co-designed data and system improvements. Spatial Vision worked closely with the DPIE Water throughout the following stages:
- Inception and Scoping – Reporting the “As-Is” geospatial capabilities
- Business Requirements and Future-State Report – Findings from onsite consultation the future aspirations of stakeholders and their interdependencies in relation to geospatial information
- Gaps and Options Assessment – Analysing gaps using a well-known maturity assessment framework
- Delivery Specifications – Identifying 15 unique initiatives based on the gap assessment
- Delivery of Roadmap – Documenting broad activities required to achieve the required outputs along with quick wins & resourcing dependencies.
- Project Plan Delivery – Detailing and summarising the activities, deliverables along with timelines, risks, mitigation actions, success criteria’s and depicted key inter-dependencies between initiatives.
The final report in Stage 6 was delivered to NSW DPIE Water accompanied by a presentation to all stakeholders, followed by a presentation to all stakeholders.