Spatial Data Management
Provincie Overijssel,
Gerard Nienhuis
” The data processing in GeolinQ was very smoothly. I am therefore very confident that we will actually meet our deadline.”

What was the challenge?

The province of Overijssel has to submit all groundwater level data to the Dutch Authentic Registration for Subsurface ( BRO ) before 1 July 2022. Some measurement time series start as early as 1935. There are over 70 million measurements.

What was the approach?

All data has been provided to IntellinQ. IntellinQ imports and validates the data in GeolinQ. IntellinQ made a platform configuration to deliver the data to the BRO ‘bronhouderportaal’. The province then only has to approve the delivered data in the ‘bronhouderportaal’. Once the data is delivered the BRO, it can then be used by everyone.

What was the outcome?

The first milestone has already been achieved. All data has been imported in GeolinQ. The map shows the points where the measurements were taken. IntellinQ is now completing the preparations for deliveries and the first deliveries to the BRO will start in May.