MANAGEMENT OF SYSTEMATIC REGISTRATION IN ZĂVOI COMMUNE, CARAȘ – SEVERIN COUNTY PUBLISHEDA. ŞMULEAC1, Ioana Mihaela PONORAN1, Laura Iosefina ȘMULEAC1 1Banat’s University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine ”King Mihai I of Romania” from Timisoara, 300645, 119, Calea Aradului, Timisoara, Romania email@example.com
The registration of land in the unique cadastre system in Romania started in 2015 within the National Cadastre and Land Book Program. The registration is made at the level of a territorial administrative unit or at the level of one or more cadastral sectors. The way of working and the stages of systematic records are regulated by well-established laws and procedures. Knowing them by all landowners is an important step for the proper conduct of the process because by applying them may occur changes in the situation of real estate. During this work, a systematic recording of the lands in Zăvoi commune, Caraș-Severin county was performed. The study case was done for sector no. 80 which includes an area with a surface of 112329 sqm, and the total number of lands is 85. For this purpose, topographic measurements were performed using specific topography tools, namely: Pegasus Backpack equipment, Wingtra ONE drone scanning and TS06 total station. The coordinates of the control points were determined with the help of the GPS satellite positioning system providing a fast control of the static measurements. Following the measurements, the geometries of the lands were made, which will be an integral part of the cadastral plans. In order to correctly identify the owners and the land books, all the information provided by the competent institutions was used, as well as those collected directly from the lands owners. All this information led to the creation of cgxml files using software specialized in systematic recording, namely: Mapsys GIS application and CG 3.5 application, softwares that offer control over both geometry topologies and information that will be an integral part of the new land books. The purpose of this paper is to show how to organize and manage a systematic recording project by applying new technologies, both in terms of measurements and in terms of software used in accordance with the old records in land plans and books.
systematic recording, topographic measurements, Mapsys, cgxml files, cadastral plans