News item: Workshop Fit-for-Purpose Land Administration in Arab region

During a 3-day workshop, land professionals from 9 countries in the Arab region discussed innovative and pragmatic solutions by using the Fit-for-Purpose Land Administration approach.

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News item: Aruba: new registration system

On December 14, Minister Mrs. Evelyna C. Wever-Croes of the government of Aruba commissioned a software and consultancy firm to introduce a new operational system.

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News item: New feature: quality labels for boundaries

To make everyone understand that the cadastral map is just for orientation, we developed a new feature: quality labels for boundaries.

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News item: FIG Commission 7 annual meeting summary

The FIG Commission 7 annual meeting took place from 2-4 October in Deventer, The Netherlands.

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News item: Community participation ensures complete cadastre in Indonesia

Septein Paramia Swantika has been working in Indonesia on modernising land registration for many years. What are her current ambitions and challenges?

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News item: Exploring the Social Tenure Domain Model

The Social Tenure Domain Model (STDM) is a solution to compliment conventional approaches in land administration. An STDM workshop took place in Enschede.

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News item: Kadaster and Indonesia: working together on digital transformation

In order to deepen the cooperation between Kadaster and Indonesia, a new Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed. 

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News item: Responsible Scaling: first webinar

Join us on Thursday September 28, for a thought-provoking webinar that explores the challenges and future directions to scale FFPLA. 

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News item: Application LADM methodology in Brazil

The University of Twente (ITC) and Kadaster gave a participatory training on the Land Administration Domain Model (LADM) in Brazil.

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News item: Benin - From paper to pixels

Our project in Benin is coming to an end. You can read about this project, the results so far and the next steps in the article in GIM International.

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