This is a very important project in the EU accession process and is also significant for alignment with the latest directives in this field, including the Infrastructure for Spatial Information in the European Community (INSPIRE) directive, said Karin Lindbland, a representative of the European Commission Delegation in Croatia.
Project leader Jan van Hemert said the project included assessing the information technology in 114 cadastral offices throughout the country and supporting the establishment of the National Infrastructure for Spatial Information in order to streamline the use and exchange of such information.
The project also included a manual for the use of the Croatian Positioning System and training more than 220 cadastral staff.
The project was carried out by the State Geodetic Administration and the Justice Ministry. (Hina)