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BLOM CASE STUDY

BASEMAP DATABASE PRODUCING FOR REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA NATIONAL SPATIAL DATA INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT
PRODUCT: Orthophotos, base maps, topographic maps MARKET SEGMENT: Government & Public Administration COUNTRY: Moldova CUSTOMER: The Japan International Cooperation Agency

BACKGROUND STORY
The Japan International Cooperation Agency, or JICA, is an independent government agency that coordinates official development assistance for the government of Japan. It is chartered with assisting economic and social growth in developing countries, and the promotion of international cooperation. At the beginning of 2011, the Agency for Land Relations and Cadastre of the Republic of Moldova (ALRC) officially launched a joint Moldovan - Japanese project supported by JICA. The aim was to create national base map data of geo-spatial infrastructure in the Republic of Moldova in accordance with prior agreement between governments of Moldova and Japan.

ministries and organizations directly involved in the project. To serve as the basis for implementation in the Republic of e-Governance it was decided to develop the map based national geospatial data infrastructure, which will include a digital topographic map 1:50000 scale. In June 2011 JICA and ALRC announced a tender to carry out the field survey for the project titled the Basemap database producing for Republic of Moldova national spatial data infrastructure development .

THE SOLUTION
Based on Tender Documents Blom Moldova presented its offer for planned activities (preliminary survey by photo-interpretation and field identification) and was selected as a winner. The object of the activities was field verification covering the territory of the Republic of Moldova expect for the Transnistria area. The coverage area ANALYSING. SERVING.

THE CHALLENGE
At the beginning of the project a workshop was held and attended by representatives of JICA, government, CAPTURING. MODELLING.

was approximately 30.000 km2. Planimetric details data were prepared by the field verification as basic materials used for digital topographic mapping at scale of 1:50000. All works were executed using geo-referenced orthophotographs in digital format and topographic printed maps in a scale of 1:50000.

RESULTS AND BENEFITS ACHIEVED


At the end of the project, beneficiary received from Blom Moldova the following materials: Orthophotographs showing annotations, vegetation and other features interpreted from aerial photos: Map sheets 1: 50,000 scale and orthophoto sheets (2007). Field verification data on CD-ROM. Binding cards with photo-interpretation key to identify the ground features. Other materials (Orthophoto cartogram, Geographical names, etc).

These materials will be used to complete a digital topographic map at 1:50000 scale for the Republic of Moldova.

ABOUT BLOM
Blom is a leading European service provider within acquisition, processing and modelling of geographic information. Blom maintains unique European databases with collections of map, images and models. With particular focus on online services, Blom provides data and solutions to customers in government, enterprise and consumer markets and enables partners to create applications using Bloms databases, location based services and navigation solution. Blom has more than 1,000 employees and subsidiaries in 24 countries. The company headquarter is located in Oslo, Norway. Blom is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange (ticker BLO). BLOM MOLDOVA
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