German state to put geo data online
Germany: Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, a federal state in north Germany is planning to implement “Municipal Geo-information System” in all its municipalities. The aim is to create an online portal to provide geodata collected through local government’s GIS system.
Currently, the local government has data on land-use plans, road cadastre, land registry tree etc. It can be seen with reference to population and economic indicators. Once the data is put online, it will open up the possibility of meeting the INSPIRE Directive and EU regulations for spatial information in the European Union. The GIS system will have modules for property management, information, municipal land use planning, road administration and green space administration.
Source: Geospatial World Tenders