Spatial Data Warehouse has changed its name to Alberta Data Partnerships to reflect its evolving vision of making Alberta’s spatial data more comprehensive and accessible.
Alberta Data Partnerships (ADP) is a non-profit, public-private partnership created to provide long-term management of comprehensive digital data sets for our stakeholders.
Governed by a board of directors, ADP has the core purpose of maintaining and promoting the broadest possible distribution of provincial digital mapping that meets the immediate needs of the Alberta market.
Through the Mapping Data Agreement with the Government of Alberta and other key contracts with data creators, ADP is committed to making Alberta’s base mapping infrastructure more available, accessible, accurate, and affordable. ADP operates in a joint venture agreement with its operating partner, AltaLIS Ltd. The AltaLIS Virtual Order Desk is the medium through which users can access the data sets that ADP manages.
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Alberta Data Partnerships is governed by a board of directors who reflect the needs of the province of Alberta and its industries. The board is made up of representatives from the Government of Alberta, utility companies, municipalities, forestry, oil and gas, and other stakeholder associations.
Councillor, County of Two Hills
President, Alberta Data Partnerships
Vice President, STATS Group International
Millar Western Forest Products Ltd.
Councillor, Town of Athabasca
Executive President, Corporate Services, Alberta Energy Regulator
Vice President, Innovation & Engineering
Vice President, Western Canadian Operations, CAPP
Director System Operations, FortisAlberta
Assistant Deputy Minister, Environment and Parks
As executive director, Erik is responsible for building relationships between Alberta Data Partnerships (ADP) and its stakeholders, including the key partnerships with the Government of Alberta and AltaLIS. Under his leadership, ADP will work to develop accountabilities, increase the number of ADP licensed data sets, provide financial oversight, and implement project metrics to strengthen ADP’s sustainability and its ability to meet the mandate that ADP has with all its stakeholders and the people of Alberta. Erik, along with the president of ADP, serve on the Joint Venture Management Committee of AltaLIS.
To learn more about Alberta Data Partnerships and how we can help you, contact Erik.
10665 Jasper Avenue, Suite 1400