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  • The 3 second (~90m) Smoothed Digital Elevation Model (DEM-S) Version 1.0 was derived from resampling the 1 second SRTM derived DEM-S (gridded smoothed digital elevation model; ANZCW0703014016). The DEM represents ground surface topography, excluding vegetation features, and has been smoothed to reduce noise and improve the representation of surface shape. The DEM-S was derived from the 1 second Digital Surface Model (DSM; ANZCW0703013336) and the Digital Elevation Model Version 1.0 (DEM; ANZCW0703013355) by an adaptive smoothing process that applies more smoothing in flatter areas than hilly areas, and more smoothing in noisier areas than in less noisy areas. This DEM-S supports calculation of local terrain shape attributes such as slope, aspect and curvatures that could not be reliably derived from the unsmoothed 1 second DEM because of noise. A full description of the methods is in progress (Gallant et al., in prep) and in the 1 second User Guide. The 3 second DEM was produced for use by government and the public under Creative Commons attribution. The 1 second DSM and DEM that forms the basis of the product are also available as 3 second products (DSM; ANZCW0703014216, DEM; ANZCW0703014182, DEM-S; ANZCW0703014217). <strong>Please note that all 1 second products are available for GOVERNMENT USERS ONLY.</strong>

  • Redland 2009 LiDAR survey was captured over the Redland City Council region between 25th March and 9th June 2009. The data was acquired by AAM Hatch (now AAMGroup) and funded by Queensland and Commonwealth governments. The data is licensed for use by all Commonwealth, State and Local Government. Data acquisition and post-processing has been controlled to achieve a vertical accuracy within 0.15m (RMS, 68% CI) and horizontal accuracy within 0.45 m. Horizontal coordinates are based upon Map Grid of Australia (MGA) Zone 56 projection. Vertical coordinates are referenced to Australian Height Datum (AHD). The data was captured with point density of 2.5 points per square metre and the data is available as mass point files (ASCII, LAS) and ESRI GRID files with 1m grid spacing in 1km tiles. The data are available as a number of surface types, products and formats including: mass points, digital elevation model (DEM) and hydrologically enforced DEM (HDEM) for the low lying coastal areas. Redland DEM forms part of the Brisbane HDEM which is a combination of the Brisbane 2009 LiDAR, Redland 2009 LiDAR, Moreton Bay 2009 LiDAR and Logan 2009 LiDAR survey areas.

  • These datasets cover approximately 4260 sq km along the eastern sector of the Mackay Regional Council, some offshore island including over all of Carlisle and Brampton Islands and are part of the 2009 Mackay LiDAR capture project. This project, undertaken by Fugro Spatial Solutions Pty Ltd on behalf of the Queensland Government captured highly accurate elevation data using LiDAR technology. Available dataset formats (in 2 kilometre tiles) are: - Classified las (LiDAR Data Exchange Format where strikes are classified as ground, non-ground or building) - 1 metre Digital Elevation Model (DEM) in ASCII xyz - 1 metre Digital Elevation Model (DEM) in ESRI ASCII grid - 0.25 metre contours in ESRI Shape

  • These datasets cover approximately 1230 sq km in the middle sector of the Southern Downs Regional Council and are part of the 2010 Southern Downs LiDAR capture project. This project, undertaken by AAM Pty Ltd on behalf of the Queensland Government captured highly accurate elevation data using LiDAR technology. Available dataset formats (in 1 kilometre tiles) are: - Classified las (LiDAR Data Exchange Format where strikes are classified as ground, non-ground or building) - 1 metre Digital Elevation Model (DEM) in ASCII xyz - 1 metre Digital Elevation Model (DEM) in ESRI ASCII grid - 0.25 metre contours in ESRI Shape

  • These datasets cover approximately 1990 sq km over the town of Bundaberg and the surrounding area in the Bundaberg Regional Council and are part of the 2011 Bundaberg LiDAR capture project. This project, undertaken by AAM Pty Limited on behalf of the Queensland Government captured highly accurate elevation data using LiDAR technology. Available dataset formats (in 1 kilometre tiles) are: - Classified las in ellipsoidal datum(LiDAR Data Exchange Format where strikes are classified as ground, non-ground, vegetation or building) - Classified las in AHD datum - 1 metre Digital Elevation Model (DEM) in ASCII xyz - 1 metre Digital Elevation Model (DEM) in ASCII grid - 1 metre Digital Elevation Model (DEM) in ESRI grid - 0.25 metre contours in ESRI Shape

  • These datasets cover approximately 260 sq km along the eastern seaboard of the Cook Shire Council and over all of Lizard, Palfrey and South Islands and are part of the 2009 North Queensland LiDAR capture project. This project, undertaken by Photomapping Services on behalf of the Queensland Government captured highly accurate elevation data using LiDAR technology. Available dataset formats (in 1 kilometre tiles) are: - Classified las (LiDAR Data Exchange Format where strikes are classified as ground, vegetation or building) - 1 metre Digital Elevation Model (DEM) in ASCII xyz - 0.25 metre contours in ESRI Shape

  • These datasets cover approximately 1400 sq km in the northern sector of the Lockyer Valley Regional Council and comprise the 2010 Lockyer Valley LiDAR capture project. This project, undertaken by AAM Pty Ltd on behalf of the Queensland Government captured highly accurate elevation data using LiDAR technology. Available dataset formats (in 1 kilometre tiles) are: - Classified las (LiDAR Data Exchange Format where strikes are classified as ground, non-ground or building) - 1 metre Digital Elevation Model (DEM) in ASCII xyz - 1 metre Digital Elevation Model (DEM) in ESRI ASCII grid - 0.25 metre contours in ESRI Shape

  • 1. Tongatapu Bathymetric LiDAR 2. Tongatapu Topographic LiDAR

  • The Harvey 2008 LiDAR data was captured over the Harvey region during February, 2008. The data was acquired by AAMHatch (now AAMGroup) and Fugro Spatial Solutions through a number of separate missions as part of the larger Swan Coast LiDAR Survey that covers the regions of Perth, Peel, Harvey, Bunbury and Busselton. The project was funded by Department of Water, WA for the purposes of coastal inundation modelling and a range of local and regional planning. The data are made available under licence for use by Commonwealth, State and Local Government. The data was captured with point density of 1 point per square metre and overall vertical accuracy has been confirmed at <15cm (68% confidence). The data are available as a number of products including mass point files (ASCII, LAS) and ESRI GRID files with 1m grid spacing. A 2m posting hydrologically enforced digital elevation model (HDEM) and inundation contours has also been derived for low lying coastal areas.

  • These datasets cover approximately 970 sq km in the central north sector of the Burdekin Regional Council and are part of the 2009 North Queensland LiDAR capture project. This project, undertaken by Photomapping Services on behalf of the Queensland Government captured highly accurate elevation data using LiDAR technology. Available dataset formats (in 1 kilometre tiles) are: - Classified las (LiDAR Data Exchange Format where strikes are classified as ground, vegetation or building) - 1 metre Digital Elevation Model (DEM) in ASCII xyz - 1 metre Digital Elevation Model (DEM) in shapefile format - 0.25 metre contours in ESRI Shape