The Foundation of Edition II of the Land Administration Domain Model

Christiaan Lemmen, Alattas Abdullah, Agung Indrajit, Kalogianni Eftychia, Abdullah Kara, Peter van Oosterom, Peter Oukes

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A new edition of the Land Administration Domain Model (LADM) is under further
development in ISO/TC 211 on Geographic Information. The Committee is developing this new edition of the LADM – as multipart – working titles are as follows:
Part 1 – Fundamentals
Part 2 – Land Registration
Part 3 – Marine Space Georegulation
Part 4 – Valuation Information
Part 5 – Spatial Plan Information
Part 6 – Implementations
The decision to publish LADM Edition II as multipart had as a consequence that a New Work Item Proposal (NWIP) and a Working Draft (WD) have to be formulated for each Part. In 2020, the NWIP/WD have been submitted to ISO/TC 211 for Part 1 by Standards Australia (SA) with input from the author team on behalf of the FIG. The result of the voting was positive. Comments have been submitted, which will be processed and used in the next stage of the standard: the Committee Draft. It is planned that FIG will submit the NWIP for Part 2 before
summer 2021. And it is expected that the same will happen this year for Parts 4 and 5. Those submissions are expected to be in close cooperation with other international professional organisations (i.e. IHO, RICS, OGC, etc.).
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationFIG Working Week 2021 20-25 June. : Smart Surveyors for land and Water Management - Challenges in a New Reality
PublisherInternational Federation of Surveyors (FIG)
Number of pages17
ISBN (Electronic)978-87-92853-65-3
Publication statusPublished - 2021
EventFIG e-Working Week 2021 -
Duration: 20 Jun 202125 Jun 2021


ConferenceFIG e-Working Week 2021


  • digital cadastre
  • e-Governance
  • Standards
  • LADM


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