Conference Agenda

Session Overview
Session
10-12: Roundtable: Big Data and the Valuation Office – a Two-sided Application for Land Administration?
Time:
Thursday, 22/Mar/2018:
10:30am - 12:00pm

Session Chair: Tim Fella, ESRI, United States of America
Location: MC C1-200

Session Abstract

Use, analysis and application of various data sources is both a tool for valuation offices and also a benefit for government wide initiatives. This panel discussion examines how governments are using big data to support the valuation function, for example by increasing the accuracy of the valuation role, and also making valuation role data available for government-wide use to support strengthen land tenure security and general economic and social development. The use of big data, such as satellite imagery or census data, may improve the process and efficiency of valuing properties, land and resources. Also, by making valuation data widely available, tenure security is improved especially when linked with the courts or for example when establishing credit markets for real estate.


Presentations

Improving Property Tax Valuation with Big Data

Dorothy Jacks

International Association of Assessing Officers, United States of America


How Governments are Applying Concepts of Big Data, Open Data, and Data Science in Support of Land Administration

Christopher Barlow

Thomson Reuters, United States of America


Arlington County’s Open Data Initiative

Jaime Lees

Arlington County, United States of America