As part of the 17th United Nations Regional Cartographic Conference for Asia and the Pacific (UNRCC-AP) held in Thailand in September 2006, Working Group 3 of the Permanent Committee for GIS Infrastructure for Asia and the Pacifi c (PCGIAP) organised a one-day international workshop (21st September 2006) on the‘Integration of Built and Natural Environmental Datasets within National SDI Initiatives’. The workshop was conducted with the support of the Centre for Spatial Data Infrastructures and Land Administration, the University of Melbourne.
Height of Mount Everest MUNEENDRA KUMAR
An alternative low cost MEMS IMU/GPS integration scheme incorporating artificial intelligence KAI-WEI CHIANG AND NASER EL-SHEIMY
Positional accuracy and integration of geographic data CARSTEN RÖNSDORF
The role of cadastral data modelling in e-Land administration KALANTARI M, RAJABIFARD A, WALLACE J AND WILLIAMSON
Malaysia precise geoid (MyGEOID) AHMAD FAUZI NORDIN, SAMAD HJ ABU, CHANG LENG HUA AND SOEB NORDIN
While digital techniques were introduced to map production in the 1970’s, the driver for utilising digital tools to manage this wide range of activities was the land administration functions of the six states and two territories. Developed in concert by the legal and surveying professions, these state and territory based land administrations functions led to digital land valuation systems as early as 1968 in South Australia. Building upon such initiatives; government guaranteed computerised land registration and automated valuation systems have been built.
18th century fort brought to Life with LiDAR and 3D Modeling
A Canadian archaeologist has used advanced mapping and visualization technologies to bring one of the earliest European settlements in North America back to life. Dr. Jonathan Fowler combined a centuries-old map with a modern 3D terrain model to portray Fort Anne and its surrounding …
Volume XVI, Issue 12, December 2020
GREENPATROL: A Galileo Enhanced Solution for Pest Detection and Control in Greenhouses with Autonomous Service Robots
Michael Pattinson, Smita Tiwari, María Camp o-Cossio, Raúl Arnau, David Obregón, Aitor Gutierrez, Iker Lluvia, Jon Martin, Oscar Rey, Dalibor Huska, Libor Lenža, Olga Kryštofová, Tamm e van der Wal, Bauke Abma, Jeroen
Verschoore and Joaquin …
With accelerated urbanization, the growing cities have been created more complex forms of multi-owned buildings. The complicated ownership rights and boundary arrangement within these properties are resulting in a significant number of disputes. As part of ongoing research, this article explores BIM as a new opportunity to prevent and resolve property disputes.
PhD Candidate, Centre …
Volume XV, Issue 9, September 2019
Blockchain as a technological solution in land administration – What are current barriers to
PAULIINA KRIGSHOLM, KAISA RIDANPÄÄ AND KIRSIKKA RIEKKINEN
Galileo outage – Reliability is a key factor for GNSS
Geo-spatial techniques: An Instrument For Regional Planning
24 – 27 September
The 8th FIG Land Administration Domain Model Workshop (LADM 2019)