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In collaboration with the Road Efficiency Group (REG), Waka Kotahi is releasing versions of the Asset Management Data Standard (AMDS) for review.

Road Efficiency Group

Further versions containing additional asset types and non-asset entities will be released for review to seek feedback prior to the roll out of the AMDS beginning in July 2021 and completed by 2029.

The reasons for releasing the AMDS in draft versions before final publication are to:

  • test suitability for use and gauge impact on people, systems and processes
  • stimulate discussion between transport asset data and asset management experts across the sector
  • gather feedback to iterate and improve
  • provide visibility to asset management software (AMS) vendors
  • enable early prototyping which will be undertaken by a small, representative group of road controlling authorities to test the impact of the new standard ‘in action’.

Work programme and timeline

If you would like to provide feedback, please request access below. We would especially appreciate feedback from those who work within the local government and transport sectors.

The data model

12 blue circles with the names of the concept schemes inside placed around in a circle with lines connecting them in the middle.

We have illustrated the initial release of the data model for AMDS at a high-level. We invite you to play around with the model to explore the asset types being proposed, their structures and relationships. If you would like to provide comments, complete the form below.

View the data model

The current release of the AMDS, which is the first of a number of releases for feedback before final publication, has draft technical specifications, and contextual data for the following four asset types:

  1. Pavement and surfacing
  2. Poles and gantries
  3. Signs
  4. Barriers.

You can explore the current release of the AMDS by downloading the following files and technical specifications:

Title Description Download
AMDS Standard Purpose and scope, sets out the high level overview and context. [PDF, 2.8 MB]
AMDS Technical Specifications and Design Schema Handbook Design principles and concepts, sets out the high-level design principles, models, and concepts. [PDF, 663 KB]
Data model in RDF/XML format Model name: AMDS – 0.1 – 2020-07-30 [ZIP, 509 KB]
AMDS Data model in Turtle/RDF format Model name: AMDS – 0.1 – 2020-07-30 [ZIP, 607 KB]
Entity – hierarchical Entity – hierarchical report with details in JSON format [ZIP, 113 KB]
Entity – hierarchical Entity – hierarchical report with details in CSV format [ZIP, 103 KB]
Control – hierarchical Control – hierarchical report with details in JSON format [ZIP, 46 KB]
Control – hierarchical Control – hierarchical report with details in CSV format [ZIP, 40 KB]
Asset – hierarchical Asset – hierarchical report with details in JSON format [ZIP, 2 KB]
Asset – hierarchical Asset – hierarchical report with details in CSV format [ZIP, 2 KB]

Request access to reviewing tool

A reviewing tool is available for you to visualise and provide comments on the proposed Data Standard in its current state. You can request access to the tool by completing the form below.

Note: the Data Standard is made by, and for the benefit of New Zealanders. Although anyone is welcome to request access to the tool, we may restrict access to New Zealanders, and any New Zealand land transport sector stakeholders and contributors.

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