Alkan M.

International Symposium on Applied Geoinformatics (ISAG-2019) , İstanbul, Turkey, 7 - 09 November 2019, pp.1-6

  • Publication Type: Conference Paper / Full Text
  • City: İstanbul
  • Country: Turkey
  • Page Numbers: pp.1-6


Nowadays, the Land Administration Domain Model (LADM) is an essential component for Cadastral Systems and e-government database framework all over the world. In that case, design and develop LADM for using the cadastral data specific issue for every country. Cadastral data are essential in managing land resources all over the world for the countries cadastral systems. For this reason, land registration and Cadastre together play an indispensable role in society. The Land Administration Domain Model (LADM) is the most outstanding effort in the area of spatial and cadastral domain modelling. The goal behind the model is to improve communication between and amongst these cadastral systems. The LADM is an international standard data model being developed by the International Standardization Organization (ISO) under Technical Committee 211 for Geographic information/Geomatics. Depends on this, is a spatial domain model aims to improve communication by introducing standard concepts or vocabulary in the land administration domain. On the other hand, the cadastral system with LADM is aimed at enhancing interoperability between cadastral or related information systems. Finally, improving the exchange of land information between local, national, and international organisations for cadastral systems.

For the next time, cadastral systems should be established based on the past, or present cadastral systems are examined, which is related to LADM. However, all of these systems are generally based on the same logical basis. This basis is the relationship arrangement between people and land through the rights of the Cadastre on real property. Internationally, the demand for a widely accepted standardised domain model in land administration emerged in the early 2000s, partly as a result of Cadastre 2014. An effort to standardise cadastral systems started in 2002 by Lemmen and van Oosterom, who had the vision of the Core Cadastral Domain Model. Since then, the model has evolved into the international standard Land Administration Domain Model (ISO 19152). The LADM provides an abstract, conceptual model and is organised into three packages and one sub-package. The main class of the party package of LADM is class LA_Party with its specialisation LA_GroupParty. For these reasons, finally in this study design and develop general declaration and standards for Turkish cadastral and land title systems also e-government case.