MCAS 4.0 launched at Mining Indaba

RDF launches the new version of MCAS at the Mining Indaba in South Africa

Aasmund Andersen

MCAS 4.0 with full GIS Server capabilities launched at Mining Indaba

At the Mining Indaba this week, RDF has launched the newest version of its Mining Cadastre Administration System (MCAS). The upgrade has full GIS capabilities offering visualization and intelligent spatial data validation. It uses the latest web technology, latest security protocols, improved revenue management and exchanges data with other systems thanks to the RDx data exchange standard. Its brand new user interface, more intuitive and based on the governments needs, enhaces the user experience.

Aasmund Andersen, Managing Director, and Jethro Buttner, System Director, have travelled to Capetown to present RDF's new version of their cadastre system not only to partner ministries but also to other insterested government team, international organizations, civil society and mining companies.

GIS Demo


Managing Director Aasmund Andersen showing the new GIS functionalities