3D cadastre for Indonesia
The project ‘Improving modern land registration in Indonesia’ continues at pace.
Across November 2021, Kadaster and the Ministry of Agrarian and Spatial Planning/National Land Agency (ATR-BPN) conducted a webinar series on 3D cadastres.
The focus was on knowledge sharing and capacity development. Specific topics were:
- 3D legal and policy issues
- 3D data capture methodologies
- 3D data modelling aspects
So far, over 250 participants joined the first webinar.
Guest speakers included Peter Van Oosterom (TU-Delft), Mila Koeva (ITC University of Twente), and Magdalena Grus (Kadaster innovation team).
Digital transformation and delivery of e-services
The focus of the webinars is in line with the project’s aims: digital transformation and delivery of e-services. Key is fostering interaction with government agencies, citizens, and other data custodians - those linked to spatial planning, BIM, and even the marine environment.
One Map initiative
Whilst no country currently maintains a truly fully 3D cadastre, Indonesia is seeking to lead global developments, following its One Map initiative to map all 126M land parcels by 2025.