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Griffith-Charles, Charisse (author), Lalloo, Sunil (author)
Each country must assess its own potential for attaining a 3D cadastre in its land administration. The assessment can be done on several criteria among which are the state of its legislation supporting the establishment of the cadastre, the strength of its current spatial data infrastructure, the registration structures in place, and the...
conference paper 2023
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Thompson, Rod (author), Kalogianni, Eftychia (author), van Oosterom, Peter (author)
Administration questionnaires. The last FIG questionnaire 2022-2026 was just analysed and the FIG working week 2023 (Kalogianni et al. 2023, and in that paper the creation or update, organization and initial analysis of the results from the 4th FIG 3D Land Administration Questionnaire, as an activity of the FIG Working Group 3D Land...
conference paper 2023
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Grzelka, Kornelia (author), Bydłosz, Jarosław (author), Bieda, Agnieszka (author)
Throughout history, the cadastre has played roles such as ensuring citizen privileges and protecting the rights of landowners. It has evolved over time to include fiscal functions. The land administration system (LAS) has played a significant role in the management of land and property relations. Modern land administration systems aim to support...
conference paper 2023
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Andritsou, Dimitra (author), Alexiou, Christos (author), Potsiou, Chryssy (author)
Nowadays, many rapid and sudden changes take place in the economics, political and environmental sectors upstirring a sense of uncertainty and causing daily costs to skyrocket. The reduction of energy consumption and cost savings are extremely vital for an auspicious daily life. Another characteristic of the present times, is the catapult of the...
conference paper 2023
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Vučić, Nikola (author), Griffith-Charles, Charisse (author), Sutherland, Michael (author)
Introducing interoperability among spatial datasets and registers is one of the key drivers for optimizing public administration, starting from the simple automation of existing processes, to the overall transformation of the system, and the construction of modern user-oriented services. An additional incentive for such a transformation, in the...
conference paper 2023
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Bydlosz, Jarosław (author)
After the Second World War, the Polish authorities were faced with the task of creating a land and building cadastre for a country whose territories had previously been covered by different legal systems. This task began with the issuing of relevant legal acts and regulations. They were all in textual form. Graphical notation appeared in Polish...
conference paper 2023
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Ho, Sin-Yi (author), Hong, Jung-Hong (author)
The recent advances of surveying and mapping technology has made the collection of 3D information increasingly easier. A variety of real-world phenomena nowadays can be modelled in a realistic way, which enables the development of many innovated applications (Liu Wei Zhe, 2020). Due to the rapid expansion of urban population and limited land...
conference paper 2023
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Thompson, Rodney (author), Kalogianni, E. (author), van Oosterom, P.J.M. (author)
Administration questionnaires. The last FIG questionnaire 2022-2026 was just analysed and the FIG working week 2023 (Kalogianni et al. 2023, and in that paper the creation or update, organization and initial analysis of the results from the 4th FIG 3D Land Administration Questionnaire, as an activity of the FIG Working Group 3D Land...
conference paper 2023
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Gürsoy Sürmeneli, Hicret (author), Alkan, Mehmet (author), Koeva, Mila (author)
Four basic concepts form the basis of a modern land management system: Land Tenure, Land Value, Land Use, and Land Development. Cadastral studies are seen as the cornerstone of these four basic concepts. Especially, complex buildings located underground and above ground form the basis of 3D cadastral studies. In addition, international research...
conference paper 2022
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Saeidian, Bahram (author), Rajabifard, Abbas (author), Atazadeh, Behnam (author), Kalantari, Mohsen (author)
Currently, many cities around the world use underground space for different applications such as tunnels, utility networks, parking, walkways, and shopping malls. Due to the increasing use of underground areas, management of this space is very important for decision-makers and stakeholders. A 3D Underground Land Administration (ULA) data model...
conference paper 2022
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Vučić, Nikola (author), Vranić, Saša (author), Roić, Miodrag (author), Matijević, Hrvoje (author)
The Land Administration Domain Model (LADM) provides a conceptual model for modelling of Land Administration Systems (LAS). Since its publication in 2012, a wide range of scientists and practitioners have shown interest to work on it and use it. These activities by many stakeholders resulted in recognized need for the revision of LADM. LADM...
conference paper 2022
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Kitsakis, Dimitrios (author), Kalogianni, E. (author), Dimopoulou, Efi (author)
Intense exploitation of land implies the development of multi-level, multi-purpose, overlap-ping and interlocking structures on 3D space, thus resulting in complex, stratified, 3D real property rights between individual owners, as well as restrictions. Legislation regulates the ownership status and use of land by imposing restrictions known...
review 2022
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Dželalija, Grgo (author), Roić, Miodrag (author)
With growing urbanization and population, management of space and land has become vital part for sustainable growth and development. Additional to urbanization and population growth, industrialization is another factor for rising need for various utilities such as sewage network, water supply, electricity etc. In such conditions, knowing where...
conference paper 2021
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Gürsoy Sürmeneli, Hicret (author), Koeva, Mila (author), Alkan, Mehmet (author)
Representation of Right, Restriction, and Responsibility (RRR) in the 2D cadastral system falls short due to rapid urbanization causing complex infrastructures. Turkish cadastre, as in many other countries, faces difficulties in the daily recording of property transactions such as sales, donations among others. Therefore, it is highly...
conference paper 2021
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Emamgholian, Saeid (author), Pouliot, Jacynthe (author), Shojaei, Davood (author)
Interpreting planning regulations could be a challenging task for land surveyors when defining new ownership boundaries and for responsible authorities (e.g., city council) when assessing proposed developments. They need to be aware of the impacts of planning regulations on land parcels and vice versa since these regulations contain legally...
conference paper 2021
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Sun, Jing (author), Paasch, Jesper M. (author), Paulsson, Jenny (author), Tarandi, Väino (author), Harrie, Lars (author)
With the increased interest and demand for 3D property, 3D property formation has shown increased significance. It is important to provide efficient, clear and unambiguous methods to form 3D property units, as well as register 3D property RRRs (rights, restrictions and responsibilities). The 3D property formation process should facilitate...
conference paper 2021
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Bydłosz, Jarosław (author), Warchoł, Artur (author), Balawejder, Monika (author), Bieda, Agnieszka (author)
The 3D cadastre model in Poland has been developed for several years. The summation of these works is the proposal of the model of the Polish cadastre developed using the UML language on the basis of the existing legal regulations, presented in detail in the work (Bydłosz and Bieda, 2020). The aim of the current research was practical...
conference paper 2021
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Ho, Sin-Yi (author), Hong, Jung-Hong (author)
Regardless of whether explicitly recorded, every geographic data has various aspects about time. Especially for integrated applications, the temporal aspects of geographic data from different stakeholders play an extremely critical role. Ignorance of the temporal difference or valid time of the datasets may easily lead to unexpected and even...
conference paper 2021
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Atazadeh, Behnam (author), Olfat, Hamed (author), Rajabifard, Abbas (author)
Many research studies have been recently conducted in Australia and New Zealand to explore a range of technical, legal, and institutional aspects related to modernisation of 3D cadastre. Most of these studies focus on a particular jurisdiction. This stems from the fact that each jurisdiction is responsible for their own cadastral system....
conference paper 2021
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Gkeli, Maria (author), Potsiou, Chryssy (author)
The ongoing urbanization has led to the emergence of several complex constructions and multi-dimensional property rights. Traditional cadastral procedures cannot meet the demands of this new reality, leading to increased costs and long delays. Exploiting the capabilities of the latest technologies, mobile services (m-services), Building...
conference paper 2021
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