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Steinau an der Straße, Germany

Caffier A.,Innenministerium NRW | Sandmann S.,Bezirksregierung Cologne
ZFV - Zeitschrift fur Geodasie, Geoinformation und Landmanagement | Year: 2010

The INSPIRE directive especially supports the objectives of the European environmental policy. In North Rhine-Westphalia INSPIRE is additionally recognised as an opportunity to accelerate the efforts of building up regional, national and European spatial data infrastructures. INSPIRE is a European directive focusing the holistic provision of spatial information in various fields, which is not only a matter of the surveying, mapping and the cadastre administration. The demand for official spatial information increases both inside and outside of the public administration and cross-border. Official spatial information has to be provided comprehensively, homogeneously and interoperably. Beside a pure data oriented view also technical, organisational and legal-administrative requirements have to be taken into account in a user-oriented way. Success and acceptance of INSPIRE therefore depend on an extensive organisation and coordination of the spatial data infrastructure.

Spatial data for topography and for touristic facilities can only deploy practical value if they are currently available for users in a suitable form. In North Rhine-Westphalia this task of the national survey is run by the Cologne district government. In order to ensure timeliness and completeness the responsible department researches the changes itself or it receives them in cooperation with other services in charge. To update the database for topography and touristic facilities a common processing system is being installed. It includes different services working together simultaneously on the update-process. Thus, the benefit of synergies will be used.

Oestereich M.,Bezirksregierung Cologne
ZFV - Zeitschrift fur Geodasie, Geoinformation und Landmanagement | Year: 2016

In 2014 the surveying and mapping administration of North Rhine-Westphalia (Geobasis NRW, located at the Cologne Government Regional Office) provided, for the first time, a statewide national 3D-building model in the level of detail 2 (LoD2: integrated standardized roof forms). It consists of 10 million buildings. The whole derivation process was fully automatized using available reference data of the cadastre and airborne laser scan measurements. After this first derivation of the 3D-building model, additional tasks are necessary to handle existing errors. Buildings are interactively corrected by the use of oriented aerial pictures. These changes are stored in the data base of the 3D-building model.

For more than 30 years the geodectic fixed point data are stored digitally and presented in North-Rhine Westphalia, Germany. The paper deals with the development of the program FUFF, the chosen program architecture, the realization phases and the achieved functional extent. In addition, the reasons are indicated for the advancement of PfiFF to AFIS-NRW as well as the present level of development. Finally, a look at the tasks to be completed is taken.

The more concrete aims of land consolidation procedures with private benefit, based on the German Land Consolidation Act, shall be adapted to the changes in rural areas. It is not only the structural change in agriculture but also the demands on an adequate and demand-oriented system of agricultural roads that do effect the proceedings and plannings in land consolidation procedures. With the land consolidation procedure in case of permissible compulsory purchase, based on chapter 87 ff. LCA, infrastructure projects shall be realized which avoid interventions in ownership and agricultural structures. These original objectives may be achieved in combination with further positive effects.

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