Geoscience Australia’s new geophysical archive and data delivery system: GADDS 2.0
On Wednesday 9 December, 3:30pm AEDT Simon van der Wielen will deliver a talk on Geoscience Australia’s new geophysical archive and data delivery system: GADDS 2.0.
Geoscience Australia’s Geophysical Archive Data Delivery System (GADDS) brings magnetic, radiometric, gravity and digital elevation data from Australian National, State and Territory Government geophysical data archives together into a single location.
As the current platform on which GADDS resides is reaching the end of its life, Geoscience Australia has been preparing to migrate to a new platform. Following a period of testing, the system will be officially released in December 2020. The new platform offers users a simpler and faster experience with greater flexibility over form and size of data delivery. Over time, the platform will also offer access to a broader range of data including multi-variable datasets such as airborne EM and airborne gravity and gradiometry.
The migration of this platform primarily supports Geoscience Australia’s enabling an informed Australia priority area.
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