In an era when information is the main strategic resource, there is a growing need for comprehensive spatial information, including cadastral information, which necessitates the continuous modernization of cadastral systems. Standardization requirements are imposed by international agreements on the development of Global Spatial Data Infrastructure (GSDI). These efforts gave rise to new concepts and systems in the international arena, including Cadastre 2014, the Land Administration System (LAS), CCDM/LADM, Cadastre 2012, Cadastre 2034, Cadastre’Inspired, Cadastre 2.0, Cadastre 3D and Fit-for-Purpose Land Administration. These concepts have led to the development of new functional solutions for cadastral systems.The aim of this article was to analyse and to evaluate the Polish cadastral system based on the proposed universal method for evaluating cadastral systems. A global cadastral model has been proposed, and the Polish cadastral system has been evaluated in the context of the developed model. The results were used to identify the system’s strengths and weaknesses.
Land Use Policy – Elsevier
Published: Apr 1, 2018
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