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The Dutch Cadastre, Land Registry and Mapping Agency (Kadaster) provides the cable and pipeline information service KLIC-online based on the Act Information exchange underground utility networks (in Dutch known as ‘WION’) since
2008. The aim is to prevent damage of underground networks within the Netherlands due to mechanical excavations by exchanging information of cables and pipes at the specified excavation location. At the moment we are adapting KLIC-online to meet the future needs of the industry as well as to be compliant with the national WION legislation and the European INSPIRE-US (utility services) Directive and the Directive on measures to reduce the cost of deploying high-speed electronic communications networks. All stakeholders (ministries, Kadaster, network operators, and excavators) have agreed and decided to adapt the existing KLIC-online system to satisfy both WION and the INSPIRE-US requirements. There are challenges including authentication, authorization, and accounting (AAA), how to include the private sector, specifically telecom, and the IT architecture. Different architectures have been proposed including centralized, distributed, and a hybrid model. A hybrid model is chosen. It is also the intention to meet the INSPIRE guidelines using that modernized system. The Dutch network operators that synchronize their dataset with the data warehouse of the Kadaster will meet their INSPIRE obligation for the theme Utility Networks (Annex III theme 6a). The presentation will address the design of the new system and the architecture. The new KLIC-online system will be based on one nationwide portal and one overall information model. Also the implementation of the AAA principles in the new system KLIC-WIN will be discussed.
Topic Area: [2.9] Challenges and approaches to standardization of data and interoperability of systems. Abstract Type: Oral Presentation
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