No retro DTM, but a real digital twin

On Tuesday 23rd June, we organised a seminar for regional authorities on the topic of the Digital Technical Map (DTM) in the Green Point Conference Centre in cooperation with Hexagon.
The aim of the seminar was to present not only our prototype of the ISTEM information system, but also the overall solution concept, which can provide regional authorities with a significant advantage in the future use of this work in new building permit proceedings, BIM (building information modelling), asset management and other agendas.

Vítězslav Mačuda and Zbyněk Šlégl from NESS Czech spoke at the seminar. They presented a software solution for DTM management from a business and technical point of view. Jiří Formánek (Head of the RÚIAN Administration Department at ČUZK) shared his successful experience with the implementation of the ISKN information system, which we developed for ČUZK.

Our presentation was very interesting for all participants, and in addition to the rich discussion during the seminar, a number of regional authorities requested the continuation of the subsequent discussion on their specific topics and requirements.

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