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Geospatial Data Management Related to Expropriation Works
Geospatial Data Management Related to Expropriation Works

Author(s): Alexandra Paula Frenț, Ana Cornelia Badea, Petre Iuliu Dragomir
Subject(s): Regional Geography, Geomatics, Maps / Cartography
Published by: Editura Aeternitas
Keywords: GIS; geospatial data; expropriation; DSM; 3D view;

Summary/Abstract: In recent years, it is necessary to involve as many specialists from different fields as possible, who need significant data interoperability to carry out expropriation projects, due to the increase in complexity of projects in the field of road infrastructure. The realization of these projects is strongly influenced by the integration of geospatial data using GIS (Geographic Information System) technology. There is the possibility of managing these geospatial data in GIS for the efficient exploitation of the data obtained from the measurements within the road infrastructure projects, through surveying methods, using total stations respectively GNSS receivers. GIS have a very important contribution in the evidence, management and planning of processes through the automated workflows. The applicability of GIS is significant in cadastre, utilities, urbanism, land planning, taxes, city halls and regional and national institutions. The data managed in GIS can have geospatial reference, so that data and phenomena can be exploited, analyzed, and interpreted in a spatial context. The expropriation aims to carry out works of national, county, or local interest. The expropriation procedure is the legal operation that has as main effects the forced transfer of an asset from the private property of natural or legal persons to the public property of the expropriator, followed by the payment of a compensation to the affected assets owners. In this article, a case study was approached for a public utility work of national interest "Oradea Ring Road Connection (Calea Sântandrei Roundabout) – A3 Highway (Biharia)" which is located on the administrative area of Oradea.

  • Issue Year: 2022
  • Issue No: 33
  • Page Range: 33-40
  • Page Count: 8
  • Language: English