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Conceptual approaches to the functioning of the automated land monitoring system

Journal: Scientific and industrial journal "Land management, cadastre and land monitoring" (Vol.2020, No. 23)

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Page : 111-118

Keywords : land resources; land monitoring; automated management systems; geospatial data infrastructure; land management; land cadastre; information-analytical system.;

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The goals and objectives of land monitoring and soil quality control are substantiated, including monitoring of economic and legal condition of lands, their transactions and quality of soils, assessment and forecast of changes in order to provide public administration and local governments with relevant information for developing proposals and implementing prevention of negative trends in land use. The need to implement a system of land monitoring is stated because of systematic deterioration of the quantitative accounting of land, the actual lack of accounting for the quality of land, the requirements for the development of market land relations. The necessity to take into account the principles and standards of the national infrastructure of geospatial data is substantiated. Directions have been formed in which the results of land monitoring can be used to regulate land relations and make management decisions regarding land use and the formation of land turnover. Among the key issues that need to be considered when creating a land monitoring system are: the need to use new information technologies, a list of monitoring objects; attribute data of monitoring objects; unified standards and data formats; tools to ensure the reliability and updating of data, including by detecting anomalies and correcting errors in the data; mechanisms of information interaction between all participants of the monitoring process.

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