Medici Land Governance Low-flying Aircraft to Take Aerial Photos in St. Kitts and Nevis

Dec 6, 2019 | Press

This article appeared in the St. Kitts Observer on December 5, 2019.

The government of St. Kitts and Nevis announced Thursday it is embarking on a project in collaboration with Medici Land Governance to take aerial pictures around St. Kitts using a low-flying aircraft at 1,500 feet Dec. 9-17.

In October, Medici Land Governance,, Inc.’s blockchain subsidiary focused on land administration, signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the government to develop a cadaster system — a visual representation of land and other real property showing the location and extent of property, often with imagery and diagrams —to be integrated into its current land administration system.

High-resolution aerial imagery from the aircraft will be used for that purpose, and the public should consider itself “perfectly safe,” according to the announcement.


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