Scientific substantiation of the state land cadastre improvement in Ukraine: theoretical and methodological principles
26 Feb 2020-Iss: 1
About: The article was published on 2020-02-26 and is currently open access. It has received 3 citations till now. The article focuses on the topics: Cadastre.
25 Nov 2020
TL;DR: The main requirements for the land monitoring system are identified, including requirements for its functionality, information support, visualization of spatial information, interactive maps, database structure, general architecture, analytical criteria and other types of support.
Abstract: The main requirements for the land monitoring system are identified, including requirements for its functionality, information support, visualization of spatial information, interactive maps, database structure, general architecture, analytical criteria and other types of support. The main directions of land monitoring, within which the automated system should function, in particular, monitoring of civil law transactions in terms of territories, forms of ownership, land categories; monitoring of price dynamics; monitoring the condition of lands by their quantitative and qualitative characteristics; assessment and forecasting of land transformation. The requirements for the subsystems of administration, ergonomics, infrastructure, ensuring the turnover of changes, geodetic and mathematical basis, etc. are also substantiated. The need to ensure the protection of information, including confidential information, is emphasized, as the land monitoring system should contain not only information on the objects of monitoring, but also information on the subjects of land relations, whose rights should be guaranteed. The need to use directories and classifiers, in particular the classification of administrative-territorial entities of Ukraine, types of economic activity, as well as integration with various official state registers as part of the national geospatial data infrastructure platform is taken into account.
TL;DR: In this article , the authors proposed to classify them at the legislative level in terms of levels of sensitivity, methods of use, access regulations, and to define lists of sensitive information and ways of displaying it.
Abstract: The goal of the scientific work was to justify the need during the war in Ukraine to find a balance in the issue of limiting access to sensitive in terms of state and public security open data in the State Land Cadastre system to ensure the interests of national security and public interests. Information of interest to the aggressor should become inaccessible. This data selection should be made by the military and the Security Service and should not be publicly displayed. On the other hand – the rest of the information should be used by specialists in the field of geodesy and land management, construction and architecture, local self-government bodies with a certain number of persons with access to data. The author's proposal is also that access to data, including open data, should be regulated and authorized. So it is proposed to classify them at the legislative level in terms of levels of sensitivity, methods of use, access regulations, and to define lists of sensitive information and ways of displaying it. The need to change the attitude towards information resources as free resources and transfer information to the status of an intangible asset with licensed access (analogue – software) was noted, because the introduction of information into economic circulation will cause the growth of the economy. It is proposed that upon the end of martial law, the restrictions that were in force under these conditions should be reviewed, amendments to the legislation should be introduced into the regulations of the State Land Cadastre, and the composition, content, and distribution capacity of the cartographic base of the Public Cadastre Map should be updated.
TL;DR: In this paper , the management processes based on the institutional approach to agricultural land use management were analyzed and found that so far there have been no changes in priorities in these processes, due to the crisis situation in such land use.
Abstract: The article analyzes the management processes based on the institutional approach to agricultural land use management and finds that so far there have been no changes in priorities in these processes, due to the crisis situation in such land use. It is substantiated that institutional support for the development of highly efficient and environmentally friendly agricultural land use is achieved through management processes aimed at the formation, full functionality and legitimacy of such institutions as: Institute of Land Management, Institute of State Land Cadastre, Institute of Land Valuation, Institute of Land Use Monitoring that complement and characterize each other. In this regard, the institutional framework for reforming land relations in terms of a deeper understanding of management phenomena, processes to ensure the implementation of social, economic and environmental values in society and ensure systemic development of land use should be changed. As the main tools for achieving highly efficient and environmentally friendly agricultural land use, public authorities should first of all produce universally binding socially necessary clearly defined requirements, norms, rules and regulations and monitor their strict implementation by economic entities. It is proved that the chosen approach reflects the needs of society in this area.
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