We are a voluntary partnership of currently 161 Rural and Urban Municipalities and First Nations, who collaborate to distribute open, province-wide, standardized municipal data.
We work to connect Albertans by creating and maintaining a seamless road network, as well as municipal addresses and points of interest.
We research, develop, adopt, and advocate for shared municipal standards, in industries that use technology to improve social outcomes of Albertans through services such as utilities, navigational systems, and emergency services.
Keep Albertans safe by making municipal data available to emergency response agencies in a standardized, accurate and easy- to-use format. Alberta Health Services (AHS) promotes our partnership amongst the municipalities and First Nations as a preferred data model. Our data readily supports their updates and is used throughout the provincial ambulance services.
Prepare for Next Gen 911 with our partnership working closely with Telus in their new role as the data aggregator for Alberta 911. Our strong relationship with this program will assist our members in being shovel ready when the system goes live.
Support the utility industry with direct access to authoritative data for address validation and service location assignments throughout the province.
Satisfy road network data requirements in regional partnerships that extend past single boundaries.
Respond to numerous data requests by using AMDSP as a force multiplier. A single submission to AMDSP reaches many provincial and nationwide organizations; examples include emergency services, navigational systems, utility service providers and provincial departments such as Elections Alberta.
Stimulate industry and encourage innovation and collaboration through open data and sharing.
Share and gain access to additional resources, tools and information from partner experiences.