The Land and Poverty conference at the World Bank, Washington DC, was once again used as an opportunity to showcase the SOLA suite of software, to publicize new implementations and new functionality. Unlike 4 years ago when the SOLA software was first introduced to this annual conference, the SOLA software is now well recognized and acknowledged as providing the widest range of tenure and land administration open source software. Open Tenure continues to catch the imagination of both community groups and land administration agencies. This has been heightened by new software extensions that allow Open Tenure in-the-field collected data to be “bridged” to other SOLA applications including Registry and Systematic.
SOLA presentations and the Open Tenure masterclass can be downloaded from here.