A cadastral passport is a document that contains all information about an apartment, including a drawing with location of all rooms and their footage. Previously, all the data for the passport was collected manually and the passport itself was on paper.
Today, electronic cadastral passports are used: the apartment is measured with a laser, then a beautiful 3D model is created and all the information is stored on the Internet. The technology to produce three-dimensional cadastral passports is called Stereokadastr.
The website designed by the request of the central office of BTI 24 tells about the benefits of the technology focusing on its speed, accuracy and the spectacular result.
The website is used to present the Stereokadastr technology to managers of companies, boards of directors and other decision makers.