Integration of data and services of the state geodetic and cartographic resource
Another task related to a project of national scope is ahead of us. Commissioned by the General Office of Geodesy and Cartography, ThinkIt's team of experts is developing a feasibility study and other application documentation for the competition under the European Funds for Digital Development 2021-2027 Program. The contract will also include updating documents at the stage of evaluation of the grant application, in accordance with the comments of the intermediary institution.
The aim of the project, which will involve more than 80 county offices, is to ensure the integration of PZGiK services and data at the national level in terms of databases maintained at the county level: EGiB, GESUT, BDOT500, databases of detailed geodetic matrices and the real estate price register. The project will also involve:
- integration at the central level of services and data made available to other central authorities, which need access to reliable and up-to-date data obtained from lower-level authorities in order to carry out their tasks;
- creation of unified and integrated tools that will make it possible to make available to citizens and entrepreneurs advanced services based on distributed spatial information collected in local government units (JST) of the district level.
The project is expected to contribute to increasing the availability of services and datasets at the disposal of the public administration, enable the interoperability of the State's and JST's information systems, and increase the possibility of reusing spatial data.
In the previous EU financial perspective, we also had the opportunity to work with county offices on projects related to the geodetic and cartographic resource, so we are aware of the need to undertake the activities covered by the project, given the still low level of transformation of county resources from analog to electronic form and the insufficient level of data integration. We hope that the joint effort will bring benefits not only to local governments, but also to citizens.