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LINZ seeks better insight into geospatial industry

New Zealand: Land Information New Zealand (LINZ) is considering launching an online survey later to gather insights into the New Zealand geospatial industry, according to Judith Graham, Product and Service Owner, LINZ. The purpose of the survey is to help LINZ develop a better understanding of the geospatial industry; the companies involved, their customers and current use of geospatial data and their future needs.

Graham wrote in his blog, “We have commissioned independent research company Research New Zealand to survey customers, stakeholders and interested parties. The survey can be completed online in 20 minutes. Sign-up now to take the survey and you will be notified by email when the survey becomes available.”

LINZ is looking for a wide representation of the geospatial industry. Findings of the survey will be reported to LINZ in a way that ensures respondents are not personally identified. Research New Zealand works in strict accordance with the Code of Practice of the Market Research Society of New Zealand and the Privacy Act 1993.

Source: www.geospatial.govt.nz