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1 3rd Cadastral Congress Cadastre in Sustainable Spatial Management November 23-25, 2011, Warszawa, Poland Challenges for the profession in a Cadastre 2.0 world Gerda Schennach

2 G. Schennach Challenges for the profession in a Cadastre 2.0 world 3rd Cadastral Congress, Warsaw, Poland, November 2011 Page 2 Cadastre as to date…..  Cadastre has a long tradition  seen as a privilege to selected groups of professionals  in many European countries strong links between private and public actors  regulated models for private-public partnership  licences subject to high qualification  private sector mainly SME  strong personal relationship between professional and owner  in parts of Europe high sensibility upon publicity of cadastral data (considered a personal right)

3 G. Schennach Challenges for the profession in a Cadastre 2.0 world 3rd Cadastral Congress, Warsaw, Poland, November 2011 Page 3 The situation as it was/is USER DATA PRODUCER ADMIN/GOV

4 G. Schennach Challenges for the profession in a Cadastre 2.0 world 3rd Cadastral Congress, Warsaw, Poland, November 2011 Page 4 The situation as it is/comes up USER PRODUCER ADMIN/GOV COMMUNITIES PUBLIC

5 G. Schennach Challenges for the profession in a Cadastre 2.0 world 3rd Cadastral Congress, Warsaw, Poland, November 2011 Page 5 and the world outside….  web 2.0 tools are getting more and more  user groups among young people growing  produce similar products / substitutes  processes regulated rather by technology than by laws  applicable for many solutions (products, services)  provide their products and services to public  different philosophy of data protection  new players are part of the game  land owners will join these communities within years  some models use sophisticated quality assurance systems

6 G. Schennach Challenges for the profession in a Cadastre 2.0 world 3rd Cadastral Congress, Warsaw, Poland, November 2011 Page 6 © 2011 Jonathan Feinberg from Proceedings FIG Cadastre 2.0Jonathan Feinberg

7 G. Schennach Challenges for the profession in a Cadastre 2.0 world 3rd Cadastral Congress, Warsaw, Poland, November 2011 Page 7 The challenges  web 2.0 players are mostly high qualified but: participants mainly no professionals  most motivated and competitive to continously improving their results but: long-term revenue for products/services to be proved  owners to be involved directly into processes but: need to supervise results  increase of updating, improvement of quality but: how to ensure long-term maintenance of structures

8 G. Schennach Challenges for the profession in a Cadastre 2.0 world 3rd Cadastral Congress, Warsaw, Poland, November 2011 Page 8 How to draw benefit for all?  establish infrastructures for developing the systems  involve stakeholders and players from communities  role of public institutions as facilitators  professional associations to take part in development  provide qualification and training for all partners  find models to keep information permanently updated  innovative business models required for long-term solutions  evaluate data protection issues (not necessarily all cadastral data to be public)

9 G. Schennach Challenges for the profession in a Cadastre 2.0 world 3rd Cadastral Congress, Warsaw, Poland, November 2011 Page 9 Lots of first steps to be done  who takes care of what data are used for further processing?  land owners are valuable partners in web 2.0 solutions think about regulated involvement of them  use all tools given by technology additional documents for public archives, services from outside the traditional community, …)  what's about the structure of the profession? surveyors to act as advisors/consultants rather than operators  role of public sector institutions  who is liable - what is relieable?

10 G. Schennach Challenges for the profession in a Cadastre 2.0 world 3rd Cadastral Congress, Warsaw, Poland, November 2011 Page 10 Mandatory requirements  keep data authentic  transparent processes to keep trust in results  raise awareness among growing user groups for legal responsibility of data and for adequate exploitation  who decides upon actuality / terms of maintenance  right moment to get more dimensions into system 3D models, time as 4th dimension, any other…..  systems need to survive at long term  guarantee interoperability of content  still need for sustainable business models  define role of clearinghouses

11 G. Schennach Challenges for the profession in a Cadastre 2.0 world 3rd Cadastral Congress, Warsaw, Poland, November 2011 Page 11 References  FIG Commission 7 – Cadastre and Land Management  FIG Commission 7 – Int. Symposium "Cadastre 2.0" https://sites.google.com/site/figsymposium2011/International- Symposium  EU Directive 2003/98/EC  OpenStreetMap  Open Government Data Initiative contact


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