Andana RUS, Adrian SMULEAC, Mihai SIMON 1Banat’s University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine”King Mihai I of Romania” from Arad, 300645, 119, Calea Aradului, Arad, Romania
The solutions identified so far in the field of Cadastre and land registration require a careful analysis of the practical way of collecting and integrating data, especially when it comes to the steps necessary for the proper running of the systematic land registration process, the purpose of which is to have complete evidence of lands and buildings in Romania. For these reasons, this paper, respectively, the systematic land registration in Liebling’s Administrative-Territorial Unit, located in Timis County, outlines an overall analysis of the techniques and methods used to automate this process, from the perspective of cadastre specialists who actively participate in the systematic land registration of lands and buildings. Within this type of project, 75-80% of the total work volume represents the topographic measurements and data acquisition, as well as processing, respectively integrating this data into a Geographic Information System (GIS). Due to the fact that this share amount is so high, for the operability and shortening of these stages, in the Systematic Land Registration of Liebling’s Administrative-Territorial Unit, new modern means, superior to those used in the previous projects of this type, were implemented. For the data acquisition stage, Pegasus Backpack (mobile LiDAR scanning equipment - Mobile Mapping System) and Phantom 4 Pro Drone (UAV) were integrated, in order to obtain a higher performance and precision and as for data manipulation and generating deliverables of Systematic Cadastre projects, GIS software Mapsys 10.0 with CG 3.0, as a relational geographic database manageable in MapSys were correlated. The use of these modern techniques of data acquisition and processing had as main objective to increase the efficiency and simplification of this real estate systematic registration process within reasonable terms while still maintaining a high-quality level. A first beneficial impact due to the short time of data acquisition, was obtained from the first stages of the project such as having a better overview regarding property limits and ownership, but also by having an efficient data management system, that helped make faster and better decisions while being in the documents collecting phase. Due to the fact that this process is of national importance and in a continuous change, the paper is structured around two major concerns, namely, the presentation of the current modern state of the systematic land registration activity while taking into consideration the degree of novelty and also identifying improvement proposals based on the results obtained from this case study. The main purpose of this research is to increase public awareness of the continuous automation in which the Systematic Land Registration System is currently in, while having a strong and beneficial impact, regarding costs, time and professional staff required for a high-level project like this, but also sustain the fact that even though this system has not yet reached its full potential it is definitely ready for "Cadastre" and "Registration of the whole country".
Systematic Land Registration, Automation, Process, Modern techniques, Data, GIS, Analyze
environmental engineering
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