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Kenya has amassed a wealthof paper based land information records collected over the duration of morethan a century. The National Land Commission NLC having the mandate todevelop a National Land Information Management System NLIMS for Kenyapartnered with the Dedan Kimathi University of Technology on a project todevelop a pilot LIMS for Nyeri County. A pilot Land Administration System LAShas been developed in this work and utilizes an Africanized Land AdministrationDomain Model A-LADM fitted to the Kenyan context. Various processes involvedin land administration that required to be automated were identified. Informedby the numbers of applications made for the change of User service, it waspicked as the first workflow to be automated. The key outputs of this work werethe A-LADM and pilot LAS. The pilot solution uses a webcentric solution, withthe data stored and managed centrally from a PostGIS database backend, usingthe Python Django framework to implement the server side and client sidefrontend. This solution demonstrates the importance of automating processes andsupporting standards based software development. Stakeholder participation iskey when implementing systems and 2 workshops are held to capture requirementsand validate the developed solution.

KEYWORDS

LADM, LAS, A-LADM, Development Control, Workflow Automation

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Kuria, D. , Ngigi, M. , Gikwa, C. , Mundia, C. and Macharia, M. 2016 A Web-Based Pilot Implementation of the Africanized Land Administration Domain Model for Kenya—A Case Study of Nyeri County. Journal of Geographic Information System, 8, 171-183. doi: 10.4236-jgis.2016.82016.





Autor: David Kuria1,2, Moses Ngigi1, Caroline Gikwa1, Charles Mundia1, Mary Macharia1

Fuente: http://www.scirp.org/



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