EXTENDED LPIS DOMAIN MODEL FOR SERBIA PUBLISHEDAleksandra RADULOVIĆ, Dubravka SLADIĆ, M. GOVEDARICA, D. JOVANOVIĆ
Abstract: A land-parcel identification system (LPIS) is a system to identify land use for a given country. The goal of LPIS is to get a clear picture of how the land is used for agricultural production, regardless of the crop that is grown on them. Such a regulated and transparent system is a prerequisite for obtaining EU subsidies for agricultural production. LPIS core conceptual model defines entities in agriculture like agricultural parcels and blocks. ISO 19152 defines a reference Land Administration Domain Model (LADM) covering basic information-related components of land administration including parties (people and organizations), basic administrative units, rights, responsibilities, and restrictions (ownership rights), spatial units (parcels, and the legal space of buildings and utility networks), spatial sources(surveying) and spatial representations (geometry and topology). This paper describes the possibilities of integration of these two models for Serbia. Cadastral data for Serbia are given in country domain profile based on LADM. Extended LPIS domain model for Serbia based on collaboration with LADM is proposed together with case study example. The proposal has been given for the implementation of LPIS based on open-source GIS solutions. Data on the cadastral parcel and agricultural parcel are under the jurisdiction of two different organizations. Both models are based on the same key abstraction - the parcel, which raises the possibility of the occurrence of redundant data. By integrating the two models, the connection of one model with another can be provided. The introduction of the service architecture will enable that the data in both systems are up to date, which would reduce redundancy.
Key words: LPIS, LADM, domain model