REGIA or the regional geoinformational environment service is a powerful and convenient tool developed for municipalities: their residents, authorities and local businesses. REGIA aims to create favourable conditions for making geographically-based decisions and to facilitate the exchange of information.
    How does REGIA work?
  • How does REGIA work?

    Users who sign an agreement on REGIA are provided with the opportunity to create and manage their own data layers.
    Users can collect and manage data, information and documents in their own data layer and develop as well as provide services based on georeferenced data. The users can decide to make their data layer public or not and who will have access to it.
    User's public information and services
    User data (not publicly available)
    Data from the Register of Legal Entities
    Data from the Register of Addresses
    Data from the Register of Real Property
    Cadastral map of Lithuania
  • How does REGIA work?

    REGIA is easy to use and requires no additional hardware or software – you only need a computer and an Internet connection.
    All of REGIA's services are managed through a web browser. REGIA operates on cloud computing: any information created by a user, data entered and documents uploaded are stored on the REGIA servers and are accessible from any computer.
    The use of REGIA data and services for non-commercial purposes is free of charge.

    In preview mode, REGIA services are publicly accessible and do not require user registration. Users who wish to manage information or their personal data layer should log on to REGIA via iPasas.lt.

    is a universal digital identification and authentication platform that allows users to safely and reliably determine personal identity and rights by using a digital signature, e-banking services or other means.
    Services for residents
    Services for business
    Services for government
How does REGIA work?