The following are examples of problems faced by our real estate customers and the solutions Callpoint Spatial can offer.
We intend to represent that within a web based mapping platform and seek authoritative cadastral data.
Open G-NAF does not include such a flag – are there any options?
PSMA’s Transport and Topography dataset includes the highly useful Transport Hierarchy Code.
For instance, 301 represents a national highway, 302 an arterial road etc.
Callpoint spatial offers value-added G-NAF versions that include the Transport Hierarchy Code as an additional attribution column.
To assist our reference against G-NAF, can Callpoint Spatial attach a G-NAF PID to these raw addresses?
Callpoint Spatial offers our sophisticated Geocoder that returns numerous attribution columns including the G-NAF PID.
Our geocoder can be accessed via web services API to facilitate your automation requirements.
Open G-NAF does not include a residential/non-residential flag.
To meet the need, Callpoint Spatial offers these two options with different characteristics and licensing terms:
1. PSMA’s Geoscape dataset, which includes a ‘Has Residential’ attribute for each record.
Note that there are still some regions that have yet to be included in Geoscape. Refer to our Geoscape page for further details re product rollout
2. As an Aus Post reseller, we can license the PAF Residential address indicator for your internal business use.
Our production system joins PSMA G-NAF with the PAF residential indicator to ease this process for you.
PSMA license terms apply in the case of PSMA data. Australia Post license terms apply in the case of the PAF based data.