Mobile application Kadastrs.lv receives national ICT award

Mobile application Kadastrs.lv receives national ICT award
The State Land Service (Latvia) is proud to announce that on the eve of 2015 its mobile application Kadastrs.lv received the national information and communication technology (ICT) award “Platinum Mouse 2015”. It is annual award which is being granted by the Latvian Information and communications technology association (LIKTA) in 5 categories, including “Mobile applications”.

Kadastrs.lv also received a special prize as the best ICT solution for effective business from Lattelecom that is one of the biggest ICT companies in Latvia, as well as readers’ choice award from news portal Delfi.lv.

Mobile application allows accessing a particular scope of textual and spatial data accumulated in the information systems and databases maintained by the State Land Service (SLS) where the Real Property Cadaster along with the State Address Register are the main data sources comprising information on cadastral objects across the country (100% of all land units; 94% of all buildings). 

The unique value of the application lies in the opportunity to receive data on any property directly in customer’s mobile phone or tablet. Even more, the application identifies user’s geographical location (in the territory of Latvia) and selects cadastral data for the property at this location.  It shows borders of land parcels, building outlines, cadastral value, correct address, and allows contacting Customer Service of the SLS.

The application is a solution how to serve customers in more convenient way than ever before. It makes the government services more accessible and eliminates the administrative burden. It's free of charge, available in App Store, Windows Phone Store and Google Play. It can be used in 3 languages – Latvian, English and Russian. 

In picture: Director General of the SLS Elita Baklane-Ansberga and SLS IT Department system analyst Inga Zvejniece and Salvis Andersons from Visma Enterprise with received prizes (December 3, 2015)

 

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