Provision of Data
This page will be updated according to the Prague City Council Resolution Nr.1724 of 1st November 2011.
For the issue of small amounts of data, an eShop application is established. This application makes it possible to issue and distribute basic data of digital map materials, such as the Digital Map of Prague, the Orthophotomap, land use plan data and other materials. The application is handled by a form of intuitive guide. In individual steps it carries out the selection of data and distributional formats (the majority of the most common vector CAD and GIS formats and basic raster formats are supported), selection of territory, form of payment of handling fee (by bank transfer or bank card) and registry of contact information. The application makes it possible to monitor regularly the status of the order fulfilment. The application is available at http://eshop.urm.cz
The provision of URM data abides by the "Rules for the Provision of Data and Outputs from the Data Sets of the City Development Authority Prague" mentioned in Annex no. 1 to Prague City Council Resolution No. 1056 of 21 July 2009.
The "Rules" mention a list of data and outputs which are in the City Development Authority Prague administration and for which the City Development Authority Prague is a distributor (Digital Cadastral Map, Basic Territorial Identifications).
The City Development Authority Prague provides data and standard data outputs for end users for handling fees stated in the "Price List of Data Outputs from Data Sets of the City Development Authority Prague" . Data from third parties (Digital Cadastral Map, Czech Office for Surveying, Mapping and Cadastre) is provided according to a separate Price list.
Providing data to the Prague City Hall, Boroughs and Organisations Established by Them
According to Article 3 of the "Rules", data, standard outputs and related services are provided to departments of the Prague City Hall, city boroughs and allowance organizations established by the City of Prague or city boroughs free of charge based on a written "Request to Provide Geodata and Outputs from the Geodata Sets of URM Free of Charge" (in DOC format), which they must fill out and sign as "Applicant" even when they authorise another legally contracted person to pick up data free of charge (clause 2 "Requests").
Providing Data to Contractual Partners
The City Development Authority Prague provides data and outputs on an individual basis to partners who conclude a contract to provide data and data outputs or a contract on cooperation with the City Development Authority Prague according to this contract (Article 4 of the "Rules").
Providing Data for the Purposes of Education and Research
The City Development Authority Prague provides data and outputs free of charge, in accordance with the model "Contract on the Provision of Geodata for Educational Purposes" (in DOC format), to students of educational institutions (including foreign ones) and to research and educational institutions for the purposes of science and research, based on the contract to provide data free of charge (Article 5 of the "Rules").
Providing Data to Authorities of Public Administration outside the City of Prague
Authorities of public administration and other end users who do not have a concluded contract with the City Development Authority Prague pay for data and output handling fees as determined by the "Price list". according to Article 6 of the "Rules".
In addition to data and output, users receive a "Completion Certificate", in which they commit not to issue data to other interested people and prevent their misuse and use by a third party. If a user breaks this obligation, the City Development Authority Prague replaces the contractual fine in the amount of one hundred times the handling fees.
Based on longstanding cooperation between construction departments of city boroughs and the Prague City Hall, the City Development Authority Prague accepts geodetic documentation of the actual implementation of construction and issues a "Confirmation of Transfer of Geodetic Documentation" for building authorities of city boroughs. The content and extent of received geodetic documentation is determined in the "Requirements of Transfer of Geodetic Documentation of the Actual Implementation of Construction". Geodetic documentation of the actual implementation of construction can be replaced by a "geometric plan".
Documentation of the actual implementation of the construction is a basic updating material for the Technical Map which is part of the Digital Map of Prague.