Remote Sensing for Land Administration 2.0

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October 2022
244 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-5407-5 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-5408-2 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Remote Sensing for Land Administration 2.0 that was published in

Environmental & Earth Sciences

The reprint “Land Administration 2.0” is an extension of the previous reprint “Remote Sensing for Land Administration”, another Special Issue in Remote Sensing. This reprint unpacks the responsible use and integration of emerging remote sensing techniques into the domain of land administration, including land registration, cadastre, land use planning, land valuation, land taxation, and land development. The title was chosen as “Land Administration 2.0” in reference to both this Special Issue being the second volume on the topic “Land Administration” and the next-generation requirements of land administration including demands for 3D, indoor, underground, real-time, high-accuracy, lower-cost, and interoperable land data and information.

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© 2022 by the authors; CC BY-NC-ND license
UAV; cadastral mapping; data quality; geometric accuracy; impact assessment; ground control points; feature extraction; flight plan; image segmentation; deep-learning; building outlines; cadastre modernization; FCN; high-resolution aerial orthoimages; LiDAR data; remote sensing; land tenure; land administration; geospatially informed analysis; knowledge co-production; land; cadastral mapping; visible boundary; UAV; deep learning; image segmentation; neural network; classification; building footprint extraction; cadastre; change detection; VHR aerial images; property valuation; property taxation; remote sensing; land; UAV; photogrammetry; aerial imagery; UAV; HRSI; lidar; artificial intelligence; cadastral survey; detail survey; handheld LiDAR scanner; calibration; LiDAR system; segmentation; edge detection; agricultural land boundary; UAV; LiDAR; automated feature extraction; cadaster; land registration; land use planning

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