The Danish Geodata Agency is responsible for the nation-wide digital registration of land. It ensures that geographical information about land and sea made accessible on the internet. Its website contains information such as the location of roads, houses, lakes, and streams or what the landscape looks like and where boundaries are located. This information is used by public authorities in connection with climate protection, the provision of mobile access to data, information services to citizens and by the Police, and emergency services when carrying out their tasks. The Danish Geodata Agency is headquartered in Københoved, Syddanmark.