3D Cadastre in Victoria Australia

Converting Building Plans of Subdivision
Three-dimensional (3D) land development is common, especially in urban areas. Management of 3D land rights, restrictions and responsibilities (3D RRRs) is one of the most important challenges in current land-administration systems, most of which are equipped with cadastres able only to maintain information in a 2D spatial information environment.   Assistance in the management of 3D RRRs would come with 3D cadastre. A 3D cadastre should be capable of storing, manipulating, querying, analysing, updating and visualising 3D cadastral objects and their associated land rights, restrictions and responsibilities. 3D cadastral aspects should be considered for any modern system, and several provide... (read more)
2011-07-25 03:43:31

Croatian Congress on Cadastre and Intergeo-East

Zagreb, Croatia, 7th to 9th March 2005 The third Croatian Congress on Cadastre with international participation was held at the Congress Centre of the Zagreb Fair in Zagreb, Croatia from 7th to 9th March 2005. The conference was held in conjunction with the second Intergeo-East. FIG deputy president Dr Andreas Drees addressed participants on behalf of the president, Prof. Dr Holger Magel. The congress was held at a time when the Republic of Croatia is facing fulfilment of conditions for joining the European Union. One of the tasks involved concerns reform of cadastre and land registry. Croatia is approaching this... (read more)
2006-01-10 12:00:00

Cadastre 2014: Nineties, Nexus and Next

Relevant Today and Tomorrow?
Cadastre 2014 is a unique phenomenon in the land administration domain. Its striking simplicity enables it to speak to policymakers, managers and technicians alike. It enjoys an almost unprecedented role in guiding global land administration discourse, and has done so for almost two decades. In countless countries its impact upon land administration design is profound. But what about the decade ahead? Will Cadastre 2014 remain relevant? Is a new Cadastre 2014 required? What might drive such a vision? What would it include? Recent issues of GIM International have tackled these questions, as did a dedicated session and accompanying publication at... (read more)
2014-10-24 10:30:22

Mining Title Cadastre and Registry for Mongolia

GAF (Germany) has been awarded a contract to design and establish the new automated and countrywide Mining Registry and Cadastre System for Mongolia. After the successful completion of contract negotiations GAF will start work on-site in November 2008. The project under the Governance Assistance Program (GAP) aims to improve governance in the mining sector, through the establishment of a transparent system to grant, manage and cancel permits. The efficient and reliable management of mining titles is considered as a backbone to increase investment and growth in the mining sector of Mongolia. The Project's objective is to strengthen the property rights... (read more)
2008-11-18 09:27:56

Electronic Mining Cadastre Framework for Burkina Faso

GAF has been awarded a contract to support the Ministry of Mines and Energy in Ouagadougou in establishing a new computerised mining cadastre and registry system in Burkina Faso. The overall project objective is to improve governance in the mining sector by establishing a modern, web-based system for granting and managing mineral rights. The efficient, transparent and reliable administration of such titles is considered to be a key factor in increasing growth and investment in the mining sector in Burkina Faso.   The rollout of the eMC+ cadastre solution will increase the institutional capacity and efficiency of the ministry by... (read more)
2015-07-16 09:43:05

Chairman for Cadastre And Land Registry Specialists

Julius Ernst from Austria's Federal Office of Metrology and Surveying is the new chair of EuroGeographics' Cadastre & Land Registry Knowledge Exchange Network (C&LR KEN). Mr Ernst succeeds Professor Bengt Kjelsson who has become director general of The Swedish Mapping, Cadastral and Land Registry Authority. The C&LR KEN is one of five knowledge exchange networks within the Association for National Cadastral, Land Registry and Mapping Authorities. Its members are working to provide services for the diverse range of users in property and land information markets. These include policy makers and those from the environmental, housing, transportation, agriculture and tourism sectors.... (read more)
2012-01-03 01:43:57

3D Cadastre Modelling in Russia

Assessment of Added Value
Russia has the intention to develop and implement a 3D cadastre. A Russian-Dutch project on 3D cadastre modelling assessed the added value of a 3D cadastre. At present, the system of state cadastre and real estate registration in the Russian Federation is based on the 2D representation of objects including land parcels, buildings and structures. However, the current approach does not cover all situations of the real 3D world. Examples of such situations impeding cadastre and rights registration are: multilevel complexes, intersections of various objects in space, underground and elevated engineering networks, etc. The project included prototype development and a... (read more)
2013-01-04 11:58:16

Airborne Dual-band Radar for Cadastre

Fit-for-purpose Approaches Are Possible Based on InSAR Technologies
The issues of land ownership and land use rights are high on the Global Agenda 2030. 50% of the Sustainable Development Goals are land-related. A very rough estimation for reaching these goals with traditional cadastral data acquisition approaches amounts to over 500 years of cadastral survey work. This clearly illustrates that breakthrough techniques will be necessary to meet the targets. Read on to learn more about the possible approaches based on InSAR technologies. (By Dieter Lübeck, Bradar, Brazil) A well-known approach for surveying large areas in a short space of time is airborne or space-borne remote seing. In fit-for-purpose approaches... (read more)
2016-08-29 09:25:18

NSW Launches Cloud-based Service to Manage Cadastre Data

A cloud-based cadastre-as-a-service platform in New South Wales (NSW), Australia, has gone live to overhaul the state's approach to managing cadastral data. Representing a major upgrade to the process for maintaining and updating the NSW cadastre, the new API-based system is primarily aimed at reducing duplication of data and effort by becoming the automated backbone of the development-application submission process for councils. Replacing a system whereby hard-copy plans were routinely accepted and manually scanned by Spatial Services, the new submission process automatically extracts data and metadata from digital plans, and images are converted to LandXML. Under the new system, the... (read more)
2018-09-26 10:50:25
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