Name: Kari Strande/Laila Aslesen. Country: Norway. Data Policy Norway Overview. Organisational and fundamental aspects “White paper” on Norge Digital - under work “White paper” on merging real estate registry, registry on ground parcel, address and buildings, and parcel maps
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Name: Kari Strande/Laila Aslesen.
Norge digital - an infrastructure for the entire societylocal - regional - national
Norge GI-digital will be a common database for everyone
Key data will be kept up to date continuously
Data will be accessible on the Internet
Norge GI-digital can only be realised in co-operation between the national and municipal authorities and the largest users
Municipalities and counties ought to take part in the development of national geographic information systems that can contribute to increased value for society. Establishment of such information systems must be based on agreements between municipalities and the national government where these are equal partners with equal rights to the use of data.
From the IT-policy of the Association of Municipalities
Public Road Administration
Norwegian Mapping Authority
All players represented
Policy issues, standard contracts, guidelines, etc.
Increasing co-operation between central and local government
Joint mapping following annual geodata plans
County geodata plans (4 years perspective)
Establish and update primary data according to Map Database Standard
Joint use of databases
NOK 114 million
Base map data
Better area and resource planning
G A B
D E K
Existing area plan