Lithuania. The cadastral survey’ processing web service for private and public surveyors
Saulius Milevicius reports from Lithuania: The Lithuanian State Enterprise Centre of Registers (SECR), the organization responsible for the operation of Lithuanian Land Cadastre, has launched a new light-weight ArcGIS Server Web browser application GeoMatininkas (Geo Surveyor) which enables private and public surveyors to process cadastral measurements, prepare cadastral files and store them directly on the central cadastral database.
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