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Esri to demonstrate Land Administration Software at FIG Congress 2018

May 4, 2018  - By
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Location intelligence system introduced for nations in need of modernized land governance

Esri will join this year’s FIG Congress, hosted by the International Federation of Surveyors, taking place May 6–11 in Istanbul, Turkey.

At the annual event, Esri will showcase its new program for modernizing land administration systems tailored to the needs of developing countries and island nations.

Good land governance requires effective policies, efficient processes and institutions that can determine, record and disseminate information about the tenure, value and use of land. The new Land Administration Modernization Program allows land administration organizations in developing nations to meet these challenges and lay the foundation for economic success.

Esri’s program delivers an inexpensive, scalable platform that allows simple field capture, management and publication of parcel data in the cloud, or that can be implemented as an enterprise system meeting the needs of any modern land administration office.

The software is donated to eligible countries for four years from date of order, and includes maintenance updates and support from Esri.

At FIG Congress, Brent Jones, land records/cadastre industry manager at Esri, will host the workshop, “Modernize Land Administration Systems: Off-the-Shelf GIS Technology for Modern Cadastral Operations,” May 9, 11 a.m.–12:30 p.m., at Hamidiye Hall, Istanbul Congress Center.

The workshop will demonstrate how Esri’s ArcGIS platform is a complete, interoperable, open, and purpose-built system for cadastral operations to improve efficiency, manage data integrity, and share data across organizations and with the public. ArcGIS delivers necessary capabilities ranging from fit-for-purpose to enterprise cadastral systems, whether the aim is improve data quality, increase throughput, or enhance spatial accuracy.

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