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Commonwealth Copyright and Disclaimer - Satellite Imagery - Copyright
All satellite imagery included in the Vicmap API remains the property of the Commonwealth of Australia. Apart from fair dealing for the purposes of private study, research, criticism or review as permitted under the Copyright Act 1968, no part may be reproduced, copied, transmitted in any form or by any means (electronic, mechanical or graphic) without the prior written permission of the Coordinated Image Program - State of Victoria (on behalf of the Commonwealth of Australia). All requests and enquiries should be directed to the Customer Service Centre, phone 136 186, or Email.
Commonwealth Copyright and Disclaimer - Satellite Imagery - Disclaimer
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Vicmap API Licensing
Vicmap API is a licensed service available on 9 to 5 Service Level Agreement (SLA). It should be also noted that Vicmap API hosting hardware is managed 24/7 but we are unable to respond to your needs outside of business hours.
An annual license fee is payable and is based on usage by the clients business. The business may deploy any number of Web Map applications and / or consume the tile service internally utilising a GIS front end such as ArcGis, mapinfor or QGis. The license fee is based on the combined usage total by that organisation, unit of measure being map page impressions. Should the existing client be either a Vicmap Licensee or Coordinated Imagery Program (CIP) member further discounts will apply. Please contact the Vicmap API Product Manager to discuss your licensing options.
Vicmap API Product Manager
Try before you buy
DELWP is happy to provide a Limited usage and testing of Vicmap API upon request via email or phone. Customers wish to evaluate, test and/or develop the application prior to going live therefore a 3-6 months evaluation license will be granted for those purposes. Please contact the Vicmap API Product Manager to discuss your evaluation and testing options.
The standard data licence conditions apply and full licence conditions are available in the attached Licence document. SLA terms and conditions are also available in the same document.