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Cadastral Data

Cadastral Data management is one of the most important areas of GIS. Cadastral Data defines how a geographical area is divided up through legally defined and, usually, geo-referenced boundaries and land ownership. This includes: parcels, lots, townships, subdivisions, land use/zonings. It is the linkage of attributes to cadastral data that make these data valuable to users.
 

These attributes include:

- Current and historical property ownership

- Parcel dimensions, size and area Appraised land and structure values

- Property taxes and their history

- Structures and structure footprint relative to property footprint

- Zoning, property use, and permits

- Addresses

By linking these attributes to cadastral data in relational databases, the variety of analysis and reference information that can be provided for property and tax management.

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GIS Mapping Data

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Spatial Data Infrastructure

Bringing geographic information together in one place has several benefits:

- Simplifies data management, access control and backups

- Allows advanced queries, adding value to existing data

- Reduces likelihood of duplicating or loosing data

Migrations

Switching to open source GIS gives wider access to GIS for staff while reducing ongoing licensing costs. Open source GIS offers maximum flexibility and freedom of supplier.

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Migrations typically involve:

- Defining your requirements

- Existing workflows

- In-house tools / extensions used

- Assessing a solution and identifying potential gaps

- Developing additional features as required

- Advising on implementation and transition

- Migrating your data, cartographic styles and templates

- Targeted training

- Providing ongoing support and maintenance