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Yakup Emre Coruhlu – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform
the relation between structured cultural heritages and condominium towards 3d CadastreSurvey Review, 2016Co-Authors: Yakup Emre Coruhlu, Osman Demir, Okan Yildiz, Mehmet CeteAbstract:
In this study, structured cultural heritages were investigated mainly in the light of three-dimensional (3D) Cadastre and secondarily e-governance in the name of handing them down safely to future generations. The aim of the study is to give examples of cultural assets/heritages, 3D Cadastre, condominium for realising 3D Cadastre both legally and technically, and expectations of 3D Cadastre, e-governance in Turkey, land management implementations and what the situation for normal buildings is and also what should be done for immovable cultural heritages. Some cultural assets to be protected have been utilised as both trade centres and tourism centres from the past to the present. These buildings, which were generally built in Ottoman times, have been used or occupied owing to repairs and restoration projects in Turkey. The registration of immovable cultural assets, which are immovable properties that are accepted and registered as cultural heritages on the land registry as 3D land objects is extremely imp…
progress of cost recovery on Cadastre based on land management implementation in turkeySurvey Review, 2015Co-Authors: Osman Demir, Bayram Uzun, Yakup Emre CoruhluAbstract:
AbstractThe General Directorate of Land Registry and Cadastre (GDLRC, in Turkish TKGM), which is under the authority of the Prime Ministry of the Republic of Turkey, has started taking advantage of the private sector for the production of Cadastre products that have been more effective and economical since 2005. During this progress, the Licensed Surveying Engineer and Bureau (LSEB, in Turkish LIHKAB) was established. Change operations on demand after the finishing of Cadastre works were passed on to the LSEB. In addition, the GDLRC has started accelerating the data quality to meet the Cadastre data standard of the European Union. Besides, since 1993, the information-produced Cadastre maps and projects have been sold to whoever they may concern by way of GDLRC through the concept of revolving funds. Through this concept, it is intended that experiences of revolving funds in our country would be beneficial for transferring this matter to the concerned country. In this sense, the progress of cost recovery i…
the graphical Cadastre problem in turkey the case of trabzon provinceSensors, 2008Co-Authors: Osman Demir, Yakup Emre CoruhluAbstract:
Cadastral projects in Turkey have been accelerated in recent years by the involvement of the private sector. These projects aim at completing the country’s Cadastre, along with producing bases in standards that could be a foundation for Land Registry and Cadastre Information System (LRCIS). It is possible to produce cadastral data with today’s technological means. In this context, three dimensional Cadastre data can be properly produced, especially in digital Cadastre projects with the required point accuracy. Nevertheless this is not enough for LRCIS. The Cadastre bases that have been produced so far by different methods with different scales and bases, with or without coordinates, should also be converted into digital form based on National Basic GPS Network of Turkey (NBGN) in required point-location accuracy. As the result of evaluation of graphical Cadastre bases produced without coordinates, actual land measurements, and information obtained from sheets and field book data together, it was found out that there are significant base problems in the graphical maps. These bases, comprising 20% of Turkey’s Cadastre constitutes the most important bottleneck of completing the country’s Cadastre. In the scope of this paper, the possibilities of converting the field book measurement values of graphic Cadastre bases into digital forms in national coordinate system by comparing them with actual land measurements are investigated, along with Turkey’s Cadastre and its problems.
Abbas Rajabifard – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform
Cadastre 2014: New Challenges and Direction, 2020Co-Authors: Anna Krelle, Abbas RajabifardAbstract:
SUMMARY Land and land related activities form part of the basis of all economies and therefore the societies they support. Land is managed through land administration, with successful economies relying on effective land administration systems. At the core of land administration is the Cadastre. Cadastre 2014 is a strategic document published in 1998 by FIG that contains six core statements and a vision for future cadastral systems. However, many developments, issues and challenges have emerged since 1998, requiring that Cadastre 2014 be re-assessed in light of these, to ensure that its statements and vision align with current and future needs of society. This paper provides an analysis of the Cadastre‟s strategic statements against the current needs and challenges of society, offering recommendations for each statement. The aim is to contribute to Cadastre 2014 to ensure it most effectively supports cadastral systems of today and in the future.
Australian Marine Cadastre Research and Activities, 2020Co-Authors: Abbas Rajabifard, Philip Collier, Ian WilliamsonAbstract:
The marine Cadastre is an important topic for research both internationally, and particularly in Australia. With this in mind, Department of Geomatics at the University of Melbourne is involved in different national and international collaborative research projects. The main objectives of these activities are looking at defining the issues to be considered in the context of developing an Australian marine Cadastre and facilitation for the development of a set of guidelines appropriate to the Asian and Pacific region for the design of marine Cadastres.
3d digital Cadastre journey in victoria australiaISPRS Annals of the Photogrammetry Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences, 2017Co-Authors: Davood Shojaei, Mark Briffa, Hamed Olfat, Abbas RajabifardAbstract:
Abstract. Land development processes today have an increasing demand to access three-dimensional (3D) spatial information. Complex land development may need to have a 3D model and require some functions which are only possible using 3D data. Accordingly, the Intergovernmental Committee on Surveying and Mapping (ICSM), as a national body in Australia provides leadership, coordination and standards for surveying, mapping and national datasets has developed the Cadastre 2034 strategy in 2014. This strategy has a vision to develop a cadastral system that enables people to readily and confidently identify the location and extent of all rights, restrictions and responsibilities related to land and real property. In 2014, the land authority in the state of Victoria, Australia, namely Land Use Victoria (LUV), has entered the challenging area of designing and implementing a 3D digital Cadastre focused on providing more efficient and effective services to the land and property industry. LUV has been following the ICSM 2034 strategy which requires developing various policies, standards, infrastructures, and tools. Over the past three years, LUV has mainly focused on investigating the technical aspect of a 3D digital Cadastre. This paper provides an overview of the 3D digital Cadastre investigation progress in Victoria and discusses the challenges that the team faced during this journey. It also addresses the future path to develop an integrated 3D digital Cadastre in Victoria.
Gerhard Navratil – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform
Expropriation in the Simple CadastreNordic journal of surveying and real estate research, 2020Co-Authors: Gerhard Navratil, Andrew U FrankAbstract:
In this paper we investigate the necessary interaction between expropriation and the Cadastre. We investigate first the role of expropriation in modern society and the stake holders and then analyze the interaction with land registration and Cadastre. The “simple Cadastre” framework allows a treatment independent of national particulars. A simple Cadastre is a minimal model that satisfies the needs of the users of the Cadastre and abstracts from non-essential aspects, any national legislation is full of. In this paper we investigate how a Cadastre supports expropriation and what the necessary interface is. We conclude that the expropriation procedures need access to registration data and a process to register a transfer of ownership effectuated by a court judgment, but no special arrangements that would only serve expropriation procedures.
the austrian land Cadastre from the earliest beginnings to the modern land information systemGeodetski Vestnik, 2014Co-Authors: Anka Lisec, Gerhard NavratilAbstract:
The objective of this discussion is the Austrian land
Cadastre, which forms the basis of the Austrian land
information system, together with the land registry. From
a data structure perspective, the Austrian land Cadastre is a
traditional parcel-oriented system and includes a geometric
description of land plots linked to other records describing
the nature of the land plots. The changeable institutional
(legal) framework was shaped the continuous development
of the Austrian land Cadastre since the first systematic land
survey and cadastral mapping at the beginning of the 19th
century. With the progress of information technology in
recent decades, it has been developed into a contemporary
land information system, which (together with the land
registry) provides up-to-date land information. It has to
be emphasized that the current land Cadastre still contains
some data from its very beginning and, for this reason, the
historical development of this evidence, including data
sources, is of great importance for users of these data. The first
part of the article provides an introduction to the historical
development of the Austrian land Cadastre, followed by
the presentation of contents and procedures of the current
Requirements of 3D Cadastres for height systemsComputers Environment and Urban Systems, 2013Co-Authors: Gerhard Navratil, Eva Maria UngerAbstract:
Abstract Three-dimensional (3D) cadastral systems can only be built if there are suitable height reference systems. However, the earth is neither homogeneous nor flat, and the plumb lines are curved and not parallel. Thus, the definition of height and the implementation of geodetic height systems are complex. 3D Cadastres must connect to the existing national height reference. In addition, cadastral systems are designed to persist for centuries. Over such long periods, the earth changes, from plate tectonics, erosion, human intervention, etc. Changes in the technology of measurement equipment can also occur, allowing different definitions. These considerations are important in the design of a 3D Cadastre. At minimum, the height system used for the Cadastre must be well-defined, to enable adjustments from potential changes in the height system or even the actual point heights. This study examines existing height systems and the determination of height in the context of cadastral tasks. Accuracy requirements for height in a 3D Cadastre are analyzed using typical examples. The selected height system must support these requirements. This study also develops the questions that must be answered and highlights the problems that can emerge in some of the solutions. There is no height reference system that fits all needs, and each solution has advantages and disadvantages. Different systems may be optimal for different countries. It may also be beneficial to allow different geometrical qualities for different parts of a country.