C. C. Musat, G. Rusu
Monday 5 August 2013 by Libadmin2013

References: 13th SGEM GeoConference on Informatics, Geoinformatics And Remote Sensing, www.sgem.org, SGEM2013 Conference Proceedings, ISBN 978-954-91818-9-0 / ISSN 1314-2704, June 16-22, 2013, Vol. 1, 613 - 620 pp


The concept of “property” emerged from the human need to satisfy their necessities and the need for safety. In the context of constantly changing contemporary society it can be distinguished the urgent need to organize a unitary system of all data related to real-estate properties across the country. The importance of this paper is given by the fact that this issue has not been solved yet, although it has been a subject of great interest over the last years.
Geographic Information Systems is a technique increasingly used in the contemporary world, both in theoretical research and in many practical activities. Currently, the main GIS applications are used in the following fields: natural resources, energy, transports, business, public safety. Many GIS technologies have played an important role in the private sector in areas such as marketing, retail industry, transport, real estate, property development. The paper presents the utility of using 3D technologies and techniques in real-estate cadastre and its application for an efficient public administration. The modern world representations need the third dimension for a better understanding of reality. The 3D technology can be used for representing building complexes, subsurface infrastructure objects, soil pollution, archaeological sites and monuments. [1]

Keywords: general cadastre, GIS, 3D technology, real estate property.

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