Murska Sobota, Slovenia
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Berk S.,Geodetski Institute Slovenije | Komadina Z.,Geodetska uprava Republike | Triglav J.,Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije
Geodetski Vestnik | Year: 2011

A consistency analysis of D48/GK and D96/TM coordinates of more than 62,000 cadastral boundary (CB) points in the Mura region, which were determined after 1st January 2008, i.e. according to the new Real Estate Recording Act, is presented. Such an analysis can be realized without any additional measurements being taken, but only by using a high quality transformation model. The country-wide triangle-based transformation, Version 3.0, was used as a reference model. The reasons for the inconsistency between D48/GK and D96/TM coordinates of CB points according to the reference transformation model are low accuracy or gross errors in D96/ TM coordinates (GNSS measurements) and D48/ GK coordinates (classical measurements). Rather than in direct measurement, D48/GK coordinates are obtained indirectly by using transformation. In that case, the inconsistency is caused by poor quality transformation parameters. In addition to possible low quality tie points, there may be an insufficient number of tie points used, or their inadequate spacing. The inconsistency between the coordinates of CB points could also be caused by some problems in the control network and low accuracy of the reference transformation model. The aims of the consistency analysis are quality control of surveys of CB points and quality control of the triangle-based transformation model. To achieve these aims, independent surveys were carried out at the selected locations within the testing area.


Mivsek E.,Geodetski Institute Slovenije | Ravnihar F.,Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije | Znidarsic H.,Geodetski Institute Slovenije
Geodetski Vestnik | Year: 2012

The Land Cadastre Representation (ZKP) is a graphic representation of all parcels and parcel numbers in Slovenia. By definition, this is the image of the shape and position of the parcels. The positional precision of the ZKP is highly variable, in some areas even very poor. The Land Cadastre Plan (ZKN) is made on the basis of high quality data obtained in the processes of maintaining the land cadastre and solves the problems with positional precision. This paper presents the data sources that produce the ZKN, the ZKN's method for producing various types of data sources, the quality of the product, the way of maintaining the ZKN, as well as the practical accessibility and possibility of wider use of the ZKN.


Azman I.,Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije
Geodetski Vestnik | Year: 2011

This article presents the growing importance of the quality of geodetic and spatial information. It describes the contents related to the data quality in the INSPIRE Directive, regulations for its implementation and guidelines, as well as the requirements related to the quality of spatial data and services set for Slovenian suppliers of data by European legislation.


Koler B.,UL FGG Oddelek za geodezijo | Vardjan N.,Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije | Urbancic T.,UL FGG Oddelek za geodezijo
Geodetski Vestnik | Year: 2011

This paper presents a proposal for a new numbering of levelling polygons and benchmarks. Furthermore, an accuracy analysis is done with regard to: measured height differences, residuals calculated from differences of the forward and backward runs, residuals from loop closures, and results from network adjustments.


Petek T.,Geodetska uprava Republike Slovenije
Geodetski Vestnik | Year: 2010

In this article, real estate management trends identified in countries of south-eastern Europe in recent years are presented. Many of those countries are still in transition and that means that they are still in the process of real estate management reform. Landmanagement reforms have high priority, because they have significant influence on the formalization of land tenure, the development of land markets, and the resolution of land disputes, as well as establising conditions for security of foreign investment. In recent years, almost all countries in the region have reorganised state geodetic institutions into modern real estate registration agencies. They define their development in this area according to European and international recommendations made by expert associations. After the digitisation of data was completed, many countries established realestate cadastres from land cadastres with different aproaches. A permanent network of GNSS stations was established almost in all countries in the region. At present, many of these organisations are facing the challenges of setting up a national spatial data infrastructure and comprehensive topographical systems. In the last ten years, the legal framework for real estate registration was renewed in all countries in region; the private sector in geodetic works was was established. Many landadministration projects have been started in the region. In the conclusion, we also attempt to show some opportunities for Slovenian geodetic services in the region.

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