The Mining Cadastre Administration System (MCAS) is a web-based software application that supports governments manage their mineral rights. The software manages the full lifecycle of a mining right, from application through approval, licensing, renewals and finally expiration. MCAS has a compliance module that tracks all payments made, payments outstanding, royalties, production reports, and contract terms to ensure compliance of license holders. When used in conjunction with the Online Data Repository, all license and payment data can be exchanged via APIs and be made available online to relevant stakeholders.
MCAS comes with full GIS Server capabilities, using GeoServer embedded in the installation. This means full compatibility to any other GIS system using Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) standards, including ESRI ArcGIS shape files import and export.
Some of the key new features are:
– Real time plot visualisation during data entry
– Easy beacon re-ordering
– Beacon point drag and drop adjustment
– Auto border detection
– Overlap detection application vs active license
– Protected areas overlap detection
– Sensitive are overlap detection
– Export shape files and ESRI support
– GIS query API.
Latest Web-based technology with API integration libraries
Runs over any browser from your computer, laptop or tablet. Host it on your network or on our cloud servers.
Full GIS server integration using Geoserver and PostGIS
Connect your favorite GIS software to MCAS Geoserver WFS and stream live GIS layers from the system
Dashboard with key performance metrics + 36 Reports filter-tailored in Excel or PDF formats
Check your efficiency in the dashboard charts, or analyse further in Excel using any of the 36 reports available.
Full control of your workflow
Everyone knows what they need to do next. Systems-generated task assignment based on user permissions and workflow. Integrated issue tracker for assignments.
A clean and efficient license registry
Maintain your license regsitry with full a clear overview, color codes and searchable column headers
Latest news on xCAS in the Mining Sector
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