Address standards
A collection of information on address standards

(sorted by date)

Business meeting of the Commission on Geoinformation Infrastructures and Standards at the 26th International Cartographic Conference, 27 August, Dresden, Germany
ISO 19160-1, Addressing -- Part 1: Conceptual model, Serena Coetzee, Centre for Geoinformation Science, University of Pretoria
INSPIRE profile of ISO 19160-1 - and a Danish business case for improved international address management, Morten Lind, Special Advisor, MBBL-DK and Michael Lutz, JRC-EU, Digital Earth and Reference Data Unit
ISO/CD 19160-1 Addressing: New Zealand Profile, Graeme Blick, Chief Geodesist, Manager Topography, Customer Services, Land Information New Zealand

Addresses for the World, Geospatial World, November 2010

UPU Addressing Conference, 9 November 2010, Berne, Switzerland

Report by the Danish Enterprise and Construction Authority (DECA) on the social and economic benefits of providing the official Danish address data 'free of charge' for public as well as commercial re-use (July 2010) , July 2010

More than location. What address standards tell us about addresses, ISOFocus+, June 2010

Serena Coetzee, Antony K Cooper, Piotr Piotrowski, Morten Lind, Martha McCart Wells, Ed Wells, Nick Griffiths, Michael J Nicholson, Ram Kumar, Joe Lubenow, Joe Lambert, Carl Anderson, Sara Yurman, and Ruth Jones, What address standards tell us about addresses, ISOFocus+ Online, June 2010

First European Address Conference, 22 June 2010, Brussels, Belgium

Nordic Address Forum, 3 and 4 June 2010, Odense, Denmark
Country reports

Universal Postal Union: Addressing the world initiative
About Brochure

EURopean ADdress INfrastructure (EURADIN) project
Best Practice Network in order to promote the European Address harmonization regarding the definition, registration and access to the European Address Data.
Published reports

2008 Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial (FOSS4G) Conference, incorporating GISSA, 29 Sept - 3 Oct, Cape Town, South Africa
Coetzee S and Cooper AK, Can the South African address standard (SANS 1883) work for local municipaities? paper presentation
Cooper AK and Coetzee S, The South African address standard and initiatives towards an international address standard paper presentation

ISO Workshop on address standards - Considering the issues related to an international address standard, 25 May 2008, Copenhagen, Denmark
A special interest meeting held under the auspices of Working Group 7, Information Communities, of ISO/TC 211, Geographic information/Geomatics

The Nordic Address Group meeting, 13-14 May 2008, Helsinki, Finland, Nordic Address Group meeting.
The presentations (some nordic language, some english) are puplished by the Population Register Centre, Finland: www.vrk.fi
Choose "English" and headlines "Current issues" or "International cooperation" or: http://www.vrk.fi/vrk/home.nsf/www/cooperation

GSDI-10 Conference, 25-29 February 2008, St Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago
Coetzee S, Cooper AK, Lind M, McCart Wells M, Yurman SW, Wells E, Griffiths N and Nicholson MJL, Towards an international address standard (English) Japanese translation

Serena Coetzee and Antony Cooper, What is an address in South Africa?, South African Journal of Science (SAJS), Nov/Dec 2007, 103(11/12), pp449-458.

45th Annual URISA Conference, 20-23 August 2007, Washington DC, USA
Address Standard Working Group, Overview of draft street address standard (US)
Barr R, 2007, How NOT to build a National Address Infrastructure - A cautionary tale from the UK
Coetzee S and Cooper AK, The value of addresses to the economy, society and governance - a South African perspective (paper)  Presentation
Lind M, Benefits of common address data - experiences and assessments
Nicholson M, The address: improving public service delivery

Nordic address meeting, 29-30 May 2007, Tórshavn, Faroe Islands
Agenda including all presentations (nordic and english language) is published by "umhvørvisstovan" FO, www.us.fo

These pages are maintained by Serena Coetzee. Last updated 13 October 2013.