Line cadastre

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A line cadastre is a plan in which supply and disposal lines are recorded. These can be pipelines ( drinking water , sewage , district heating , gas, etc.) or cables ( electricity , telephone , internet , cable TV, etc.). In this plan, the lines are entered in accordance with the relevant standards with location and information on type and condition.

Today, a line register is usually kept digitally. This means that the data is managed in a geographic information system. Such systems are usually called network information systems (NIS). Plans on paper are only created when required, for example for the field service.