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Badea G.,Technical University of Civil Engineering Bucharest | Badea A.-C.,Technical University of Civil Engineering Bucharest | David V.,PolitehnicaUniversity of Timisoara
International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference Surveying Geology and Mining Ecology Management, SGEM | Year: 2014

The level of project management maturity level highlights are applied in enterprises, specific project management principles in work measurement and cadastral land. One of the factors which contribute to achieving a high level of maturity in project management is the use of project management information solutions. Application of the time domain through them leads to projects that can be implemented and monitored easily. Through this article we aim to highlight areas where further reveals the utility of using such software. Projects in general and especially projects in the domain of land surveying, in particular, require a careful planning in the implementation phase to achieve a successful overall implementation. In order to improve this situation, we believe that using of IT solutions for dedicated management is mandatory. © SGEM2014. Source


David V.,PolitehnicaUniversity of Timisoara | Badea A.-C.,Technical University of Civil Engineering Bucharest | Badea G.,Technical University of Civil Engineering Bucharest
International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference Surveying Geology and Mining Ecology Management, SGEM | Year: 2014

Oblique aerial images of urban areas have developed a great popularity in the last period, regarding their applicability both in the area of 3D city modeling, urban development and in various cadastral applications, providing information on the heights of buildings, the terrain elevation and the appearance of facades. Taking acount of different characteristics of oblique and vertical images, we try to emphasize the reasons for the oblique images are very appropriate for urban representations. Currently, oblique aerial images are widely available for more cities, but the processing of the images is not fully automated, it being constantly improving. In this article we want to highlight certain aspects of this theme, from Romania and abroad. We want to emphasize new technologies used for data aquisition and processing in the purpose of obtaining 3D city models. © SGEM2014. Source


Papazian P.,PolitehnicaUniversity of Timisoara | Dehelean L.,University of Medicine AndPharmacyTimisoara
2014 11th International Symposium on Electronics and Telecommunications, ISETC 2014 - Conference Proceedings | Year: 2015

Passing electric current through the human body leads to a phenomena which permits to define some equivalent electric circuits. Thus, an original measuring device was conceived along with a digital control unit based upon a PIC18F87x microcontroller. Data processing requires a link between the measuring device and a Personal Computer executing a specific software which will be presented as follows. © 2014 IEEE. Source


Badea G.,Technical University of Civil Engineering Bucharest | Badea A.-C.,Technical University of Civil Engineering Bucharest | David V.,PolitehnicaUniversity of Timisoara
International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference Surveying Geology and Mining Ecology Management, SGEM | Year: 2015

Both the aerial images and the satellite images have an essential role in the process of acquisition data necessary for GIS mapping, as well as in spatial information collection. In this article, the approach used is to emphasize the techniques of images processing with the help of ArcGIS 10, presenting the opportunities offered by GIS to analyze the satellite data in order to integrate them in a GIS database. There were used USGS images covering an area from Romania. Supervised classification is using the input of class information by the analyst, and after that can be done statistical analysis and classification of the image. ArcGIS 10 has Interactive Supervised Classification, Maximum Likelihood Classification, and Class Probability options for supervised classification. The Landsat 8 resources is available by ESRI for using in ArcGIS Online. © SGEM2015. Source


Badea A.-C.,Technical University of Civil Engineering Bucharest | Badea G.,Technical University of Civil Engineering Bucharest | David V.,PolitehnicaUniversity of Timisoara
International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference Surveying Geology and Mining Ecology Management, SGEM | Year: 2015

In this paper we want to emphasize the differences between the old cadastral legislative provisions and the new one – made by Order no.700/2014. This new approach is an integration between Order no. 633/2006 and Order no. 634/2006. This Order is replacing the previous four orders: Order 633/2006 for the approval of the organization and functioning of Cadastre and Land Registry Offices (CLRO), Order 634/2006 approving the Regulation on cadastral documentation content for the entries in the land register, Order 108 / 2010 on the approval, inspection and acceptance of the works in the field of cadastre, geodesy, topography, photogrammetry and cartography, Order 186/2009 concerning the definition of the deadlines provided by the National Agency for Cadastre and Land Registration (NACLR) and its subordinate units. In the new legislative provision are detailed certain aspects of notation in the land book and important stipulations that must be applied to develop systematic cadastre. We want to point out some potential consequences of these regulations, as well as its convergent points with Cadastre 2034 provisions. © SGEM2015. Source

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