The Esri approach enables land administration agencies to place the geodatabase at the heart of enterprise workflow and manage land information effectively.
FREMONT, CA: The science of mapping continues to advance quickly as new data feeds become available, from drones, sensors, and IoT integration. Managing geographic information gives land administration organizations a unifying view of their operations. A proper land administration requires effective policies and processes that can determine, store, and disseminate information about the value and use of land. Esri enables land administration organizations to meet new challenges with efficient, well-managed workflows. Esri's ArcGIS, a modern, comprehensive platform, helps organizations ensure data integrity and security.
When looking at land administration systems available in the market, the successful ones have several things in common. One significant characteristic is that these systems have evolved over the years to meet changing requirements, including mandates, legislation, government leadership, funding, and technology advances, to name but a few. Esri’s ArcGIS is armed to better serve all these requirements. Esri provides the cutting-edge tools and training firms need to improve land administration business processes, create efficiencies, and improve accuracy.
Esri's solution provides a complete platform for land administration, giving users the tools to manage work, collect field data, maintain their system of record, and disseminate their authoritative data. It also provides a scalable platform that can be deployed as fit-for-purpose, allowing simple field capture, management in the cloud, or can be implemented as an enterprise system that can meet the needs of a modern land management solution. This flexibility allows users to grow and take on more functionality as needs and transactions grow over time.
Applying geospatial technology to collect, manage, and disseminate data enables businesses to implement modern methods that save time and money. Using interactive maps, one can easily assign, administer, and gather accurate property information from the field in a low-cost and efficient way. Esri is committed to helping its customers to advance their understanding to move through the information value chain from reactive to proactive decision-making.