National Mapping and Cadaster Authorities: Drivers of Mission Success


As the producers and promoters of geographic information and services that drive smarter decision-making and mission success, National Mapping and Cadaster Authorities (NMCA) play a vital role for their nations.

From property tax assessments to infrastructure operations to natural resource management and disaster recovery, NMCAs support a wide-range of applications that continue to grow into the mobile and online services arenas. And, we are seeing more case studies and applications that point to NMCA success.

The National Mapping Agency of Morocco (ANCFCC) is a prime example of an NMCA that has enhanced its overall data management and delivery capabilities.  In addition, Ordnance Survey, the national mapping agency for Great Britain, is using data to optimize emergency water supplies, making sure that water gets where it’s needed, when it’s needed.

Clearly, NMCAs are poised to become more effective – especially with the new solutions available that will help them drive mission success even further. This is why we are excited to announce that Hexagon Geospatial and Hexagon Geosystems are hosting the first ever National Mapping and Cadaster Authorities Summit 2015 at INTERGEO 2015 in Stuttgart, Germany.

hexgeo_register_button.pngWe will be offering an open dialogue about new systems and solutions that will provide more value for NMCA users. Government agencies in different regions like Western Europe and North Africa will discuss their successes, and we will be hosting a Q&A session and a networking reception.

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to learn about how today’s geospatial data management solutions are transforming the way NMCAs operate.



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Claudio Mingrino

Claudio Mingrino is Vice President, Global Strategic Partnerships. He is a business development executive with deep expertise in driving and achieving growth objectives in diverse, foreign markets. Claudio has worked in information technology for over 30 years and combines broad experience in sales and market penetration strategies with a solid understanding of business operations management. In 1994 he joined Intergraph as Business Unit Manager of the global indirect channel for Italy and Greece, and later became Country and Legal Entity Manager for Italy in 2000. In 2012 Claudio became EMEA Director for all Hexagon initiatives and, in January 2014, joined Hexagon Geospatial as EMEA Executive Director. Claudio is a lover of sports and finds time to cycle, ski and swim. He is also an avid traveler and likes to spend quieter times reading about art and history.

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