Articles in the Mapping Category

Jan 2016 | No Comment

Satellite Navigation service is an emerging satellite based system with commercial and strategic applications. To meet the user requirements of the positioning, navigation and timing…

Nov 2015 | One Comment

The number of people living in informal settlements around the world is difficult to measure precisely, but some estimates put it at close to one billion, or almost one…

Nov 2015 | No Comment

In the geospatial domains we can witness, that more spatial data than ever is produced currently. Numerous sensors of all kinds are available, measuring values, storing them in databases…

Oct 2015 | No Comment

The Statement 1 of the FIG Brochure ‘Cadastre 2014’ stipulates Cadastre 2014 will show the complete legal situation of land including public rights and restrictions.

Aug 2015 | No Comment

The study area is located near the Koru (Lapseki/Çanakkale) village in northeastern part of the Biga Peninsula. Koru deposit is hosted by volcanic rocks which are directly related to economically significant mineralization such as Pb-Zn. This deposit is shaped by Tertiary volcanic units, including rhyolitic lava and tuffs.

Aug 2015 | No Comment

This study investigates the potential of using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) in surveying and mapping customary land parcel boundaries. In Namibia, new laws demand for the boundaries of individual and collective customary lands to be adjudicated, mapped and recorded…

May 2015 | No Comment

China’s land registration has a very long history. According to archaeological discoveries, at least in Western Zhou Dynasty (9th century BC

May 2015 | No Comment

3D cadastre models are recognized as valuable solutions to provide enriched spatial representation for overlapping properties, above-ground and subsurface infrastructures, mining rights, etc. (Paulsson and Paasch, 2013;Pouliot et al., 2011; Stoter et al., 2013).

May 2015 | No Comment

The rapid development and increased demand for spatial information infrastructures in many jurisdictions have made spatial information an invaluable tool in policy formulation and evidence-based decision making.

Apr 2015 | No Comment

During the last ten years, the possibilities for data acquisition in geodesy have been rapidly improved. The devices have become cheaper, smaller and more accurate and, on the other hand, they are capable of gathering a large number of data within a very short time interval.