City of Beijing selects ESRI software for Cadastral Management System

City of Beijing selects ESRI software for Cadastral Management System

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Against strong competition, ESRI China (Beijing) Ltd., ESRI’s software distributor in mainland China, has been selected to provide the geographic information system (GIS) component for the Beijing Cadastral Investigation and Land Registration Office’s cadastral information management system. The system will be deployed in the 18 districts of Beijing and includes ESRI’s ArcSDE and MapObjects software in each district installation. It makes use of GIS, a relational database management system, and network technologies. It also adopts a three-tier architecture to facilitate cadastral registration, querying, statistics, daily updating, and mapping capabilities.
The system provides extensive functionality including the ability to create a database for surveying and property investigation, facilitation of parcel certification, the daily update and summarization of data, work flow maintenance of daily business transactions, the import and export of data, easy database exploration, and distributed data management at municipal- and district-level facilities. According to Mike Hu of ESRI China (Beijing) Ltd., the Beijing installation is a land/facilities management-style cadastre.