For the general public, it will take very little effort and time to gain answers to their queries or for them to be able to communicate with state agencies. Civil servants who are processing spatial data also spend a considerable amount of time on preparing, gathering, approving, controlling and entering information and drafting responses. Automated data processing tools will simplify the work of civil servants.
xGis can perform complex queries for different databases:
• Compare data and check its quality
• Ensure compliance with data security requirements for draft data exchange documents
The technical infrastructure for spatial information comprises the system of spatial data servers. Servers exchange data via the xRoad infrastructure as well as directly over the internet. Spatial data servers communicate with each other and ensure the integrity of data and their synchronicity with data sources. The users of the Public Sector Infrastructure for Spatial Information are the state agencies and local authorities, as well as private individuals and the general public who are communicating with servers via geoinformation portals.
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