The UIS CAMA (Computer Aided Mass Appraisal) is specifically suited for the South African market and was developed with compliance towards the MPRA in mind.

The integration of GIS in the UIS CAMA system provides thematic spatial layering for analysis of data allowing assessors to more effectively and accurately perform valuation tasks.

UIS CAMA’s mobile application uses a user-defined property set (including GIS and photos), which saves time and reduces errors. Because all of the CAMA functions and rules remain the same throughout the system regardless of application, field level staff can work and enter data as they do in the office.

The UIS CAMA system allows for an accurate mass valuation processes by using sales data from the deeds office to extrapolate the values of properties depending on the square meter areas of properties and complementing this with the adverse and positive features of properties captured in the field.

The UIS CAMA system allows for the interrogation of each individual property by merely clicking on a property on the map and thereby accessing the relevant data that was used to arrive at a property value. In this way, a comprehensive audit trail is available that shows exactly how the valuer has arrived at a property value.

The UIS CAMA system runs on a server application designed on a web-based platform which can be accessed from any location be it home or office via the internet.





The UIS CAMA system:

  • Is capable of producing valuation rolls and storing historic data necessary in terms of the Promotion of Access to Information act, Act 2 of 2000
  • Allows for the integration of the cadastral data from the Land Surveyors office with the property dataset from the Deeds Office
  • Is capable of valuing residential, commercial and farm properties
  • Has an audit trail and verifies all data that has an influence on values
  • Is visually displayed on the GIS reflecting the status of a property i.e. Captured, not captured, problem and finally valuated.
  • Has securities and controls that ensures that critical valuation data cannot be manipulated or corrupted
  • Is able to store changes relating to land use, sub divisions etc.
  • Logs all changes and valuations are historically reflected
  • Is capable of recording objections
  • Is capable of storing field cards, scanned data, site plans etc.
  • Is capable of searching specific criteria i.e. SG number, deed number, town, stand number etc.
  • Is capable of valuing vacant properties separately
  • Is web based and available anywhere anytime via internet
  • Property master file can be easily exported to Excel
  • Makes provision for a data backup and recovery plan