Callpoint Spatial package G-NAF in various forms and can also include attribution from PSMA and other datasets to meet your overall needs.
Examples of attribution options in Callpoint Spatial’s value-added editions are listed below. These can improve your productivity and save costs.
These columns are not available in open G-NAF as specific supplier licensing is required.
Transport Hierarchy Code (THC)
This three digit code reflects the category of road associated with an address. For example, 301 is a National Highway and 305 is a Local Road.
The THC is sourced from the PSMA Transport & Topography dataset.
The data is sourced from an authoritative table that Callpoint accesses by virtue of us being both PSMA and AusPost resellers.
This column pair reflects Australia Post’s assessment as to whether an address is deemed Residential or Non-Residential.
The data is sourced from the Postal Address File (PAF).
Mail delivery indicator/ Non-delivery code
The first column indicates whether the address receives physical mail.
The second column provides the reason why mail is not physically delivered to the address. For instance, NYB means ‘Not yet built’.
Our lengthy and in-depth G-NAF experience:
We recommended that G-NAF be used as the address reference dictionary for future audits; this recommendation was adopted.
One stop: we license the full PSMA dataset suite
This means you can meet your complete PSMA dataset needs by sourcing from us
Extensive customisation options
Inclusion of PSMA delivered technical support and warranties
Our advisory capacity
File format options
We supply a broad range of options that include: