Geographic Information Systems can provide support for business and organizations in terms of storage and processing of spatial and other related data. The present work defines storage in a single information system, together with existing data which can be obtained through surveying and mapping authorities. Logical and physical structure of files is defined, together with links between the types of objects in databases (Register of Geographical Names), Register of spatial units (RPE) and the consolidated register of public infrastructure with topographic simbology and processes to maintain the database. For the definition of metadata schemes and data quality SIST EN ISO 19113, 19115 SIST EN ISO standards and INSPIRE Directive are considered. Practical example illustrates the theoretical definition of a database with graphically presented spatial data
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