A model for demand-driven quality improvement of authoritative government geodata based on the concepts of VGI (volunteered geographic information), digital platforms and ecosystems, and SDI (spatial data infrastructure) is feasible (find a brief presentation of the model here: https://geoadvice.dk/demand-driven-improvement-of-spatio-legal-data/) .
In this article in the Danish periodical for Land Surveyors (Landinspektøren) the three geo-business professionals (Thorben Hansen, Lennart Hansen and Bent Hulegaard Jensen) elaborate on how the model can be used to improve the quality of data in government registers, using the danish Building and Dwelling register (BBR) as an example. Key players from government and private business contribute to the article with testimonials highlighting the potential of the model.
The article is in Danish and available from the periodical’s web-site: https://www.epaper.dk/landinspekt%C3%B8rforeningen/landinspekt%C3%B8ren-fra-2008-fagbladet/2021-5/ page 14-18. The article is also attached to this post.