A-SPEC is a suite of data specifications supporting the delivery of digital data relating to infrastructure assets.
A-SPEC provides certainty that the correct data is captured in the correct format - streamlining processes related to the capture, validation and usage of infrastructure information.
A-SPEC delivers benefits to all participants involved in the commissioning, designing, building and maintaining of infrastructure assets through providing the basis for a consistent and efficient approach to the supply of digital 'As-Constructed' data.
Download the following brochures for more information about A-SPEC:
- What is A-SPEC?
- A-SPEC and Risk Mitigation
- A-SPEC - An International Standard for Asset Managers and Owners
The key objective of the specifications is to record and provide 'As Constructed' digital data in a GIS ready format to the A-SPEC Consortium Members.
The A-SPEC suite of specifications have been created in close consultation with A-SPEC Community members and directly addresses the needs of the A-SPEC Community.
The A-SPEC Community comprises a growing consortium of 50+ Local Authorities across Australia and New Zealand using the A-SPEC standard specifications. Including 17 of 32 Growth Area Councils in Australia who have identified A-SPEC as the preferred method of engagement with industry.
Any modification or enhancement to any of the A-SPEC specifications is controlled by clear governance arrangements and change management protocols that includes consultation with the A-SPEC Community. This collective approach to the specifications ensures all Consortium Members' interests are taken into account in the specification evolution process. Enhancements are driven by the user Community for the user Community.
Keeping in mind that all changes to the specifications are subject to approval by the A-SPEC Community, a proposed Roadmap outlining the ongoing development of A-SPEC is here.
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