The Queensland G20 Globe shows the value of spatial technology for exploring economic activity in our globally connected world.

Indian Prime Minister
Indian Prime Minister, The Honourable Narendra Modi, visits the Queensland Globe at the G20 Leaders Summut, November 2014.

The G20 Globe provides a spectacular journey through the global economic ecosystem from the perspective of Queensland. It shows the value of spatial technology for exploring economic activity in our globally interconnected world, and the demand for G20 Globe products is high and increasing.

The G20 Globe provides a spectacular journey through the global economic ecosystem from the perspective of Queensland. It shows the value of spatial technology for exploring economic activity in our globally interconnected world, and the demand for G20 Globe products is high and increasing.

As an exemplar, the G20 Globe reveals the opportunities and competitive advantages across agriculture, construction, resources, tourism, science and innovation in Queensland. It demonstrates the value of open data and the capacity to merge it with digital technology so that users can follow economic stories that begin with domestic supply chains and link into expansive market demands around the world.

The demand for Queensland Globe products is strong with almost 2 billion maps rendered and 400 data layers published to date. On an average working day, around 2.5 million maps are downloaded.

170 million maps were downloaded
In January 2015 more than 170 million maps were downloaded.
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