3D Registration of Real Property in Denmark

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Abstract

Real property in the physical world is in three dimensions. Until today registration of properties has always been done in one dimension (text) or two dimensions (cadastral maps). Accessible technologies for describing and measuring registration and communication have been used. Facing three-dimensional digital technologies, it becomes still more interesting to discuss and investigate methods and needs for three-dimensional description and registration of spatial legal objects.    This paper discusses the result of a case study on the spatial legal objects in Denmark trying to create transparency in the understanding of the three dimensions of real property and spatial legal objects. Finally, the need for 3D registration is discussed.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationFIG Working Week 2004 : The Olympic Spirit in Surveying.
PublisherDjøf Forlag
Publication date2004
Publication statusPublished - 2004
EventFIG Working Week 2004 - Athen, Greece
Duration: 22 May 200427 May 2004

Conference

ConferenceFIG Working Week 2004
CountryGreece
CityAthen
Period22/05/200427/05/2004

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Keywords

  • Cadastre
  • Real property
  • 3d registration

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Stoter, J., Sørensen, E. M., & Bodum, L. (2004). 3D Registration of Real Property in Denmark. In FIG Working Week 2004 : The Olympic Spirit in Surveying. Djøf Forlag.