USING GNSS TECHNOLOGY IN THE PROCESS OF GENERAL CADASTRE PUBLISHEDPirsan Paul Razvan firstname.lastname@example.org
The realization of the topographical plans and maps that form the basis of the cadastral documentation both on the surface of the mining perimeters and on the entire territory of our country, all of these works have as a starting point the realization of geodetic support networks on which any topo-cadastral lifting is carried out. Developing support networks and optimizing them is a starting point for solving topographical problems and general cadastre problems and the cadastre. Establishing links between the national geodetic network and the local geodetic networks in order to achieve the general and specialized cadastre is a major issue in current and prospective topographic and geodetic works. The creation of optimal, high precision networks with minimal errors is any study in the qualitative field of topography and cadastre problems. This paper deals with problems regarding the realization of geodetic networks, methods of taking and processing the measured quantities using modern techniques and technologies for measuring and processing these sizes.
geodetic networks, GPS, receiver, static, GNSS, measurement planning
Sustainable Development, Environmental Engineering and Geomatics