Articles in the Surveying Category

Sep 2017 | No Comment

A recent amendment to the Land Surveyors Regulations (1971) of Jamaica made by the Land Surveyors Board requires that all Cadastral Surveys must be tied to…

Sep 2017 | No Comment

Advances in digital technology and globalisation have imposed a multi-disciplinary approach on survey and mapping.

Sep 2017 | No Comment

Image-based 3D reconstruction of buildings and architectural monuments is a well-studied problem in photogrammetry and computer vision…

Mar 2017 | No Comment

There are several compelling reasons for surveying a property parcel that will become part of a comprehensive fiscal cadastre…

Feb 2017 | No Comment

The joint FIG/World Bank Publication states that Fit-for-purpose means that the land administration systems…

Feb 2017 | No Comment

Building Inventory Data Survey (BIDS) is a survey carried out by NSET to develop the earthquake scenario of cities…

Dec 2016 | No Comment

We present a novel lidar sensor allowing to measure shallow water depths from an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) in sub-decimeter accuracy…

Sep 2016 | No Comment

A fundamental problem for the agrarian question in Brazil was and has been the lack of clear information of rural properties. The lack of Cadastre, according to international standards, is a notorious fragility over the time…

Jul 2016 | No Comment

In all development cooperation projects in the field of land administration, initially, the particular national and regional characteristics must be considered…

Mar 2016 | No Comment

Transportation in Ghana over the decades has dominantly depended on land either by the road and rail systems. Access roads to coastal and lakeside settlements have not been the best due to the bad road nature and possibly the unavailability of link roads to the settlements. Travelers, goods and food stuffs from these villages…