ACASIAN has produced little data of its own for India, apart from State and District boundaries for the Northeastern area adjacent to Bangladesh, Bhutan, Burma, and China, because of the availability of reasonably priced commercial data sets.

Rights to distribute IndiaMap to the SIIASA Consortium were acquired in 1995, and those data are available in ARC/INFO and MapInfo formats to qualified Australian researchers.

A cooperative agreement with a commercial producer of spatial data for India is being negotiated, and ACASIAN should soon be able to supply high quality administrative boundaries, cities, towns, and villages, and transport system data for all of the Indian states for commerical use.