3D Property Ownership Map Base for Smart Urban Land Aministration

Property ownership map bases are core business for land registries, national mapping agencies and local governments. Current shortcomings in the map base have significant societal and economic implications and are universally experienced, motivating investment and collaboration by the project’s industry partners. This project will address these shortcomings by developing new methodologies in enabling digital integrity and analysis of 3D RRRs and provide the requisite data architecture that the inclusion of 3D RRRs in the property map base is predicated on. This directly addresses fundamental deficits in a core land administration tool and represents a significant step towards decreasing the risks associated with using the map base for decision-making and improving social and economic outcomes for Australia. The project also responds to the Linkage Projects scheme’s aim to support the development of long-term strategic research alliances between higher education organisations and industry and/or other research end-users – in this instance extending ongoing partnerships with Land Use Victoria, Intergovernmental Committee on Surveying and Mapping (ICSM) and City of Melbourne – to apply advanced knowledge to problems to obtain national economic, commercial, social or cultural benefits..

 

 

Collaborating Organisations: The University of Melbourne, Land Use Victoria, Intergovernmental Committee on Surveying and Mapping (ICSM) and City of Melbourne