Dutch Kadaster Leverages Geospatial Solutions for Complete Land Information Management
Geospatial information plays a vital role in managing the Netherlands’ more than eight million parcels of land. Dutch Kadaster is the national land registry and mapping agency for the country. Its activities include land surveying, registration, and consolidation; mapping; triangular reference networks; and information services. The organization wanted to replace its outdated legacy information system and replace it with a state-of-the-art system to implement the new Dutch Land Consolidation Act (WILG). In addition, it wanted a system citizens could use to easily access geospatial data.