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The implementation of an Enterprise Geographical Information System to support Cadastre and Expropriation activities.

The implementation of an Enterprise Geographical Information System to support Cadastre and Expropriation activities.The case of Ferbritas Cadastre Information System

Fernando Jos Pereira Gil

Project Report supervised by

Professor Doutor Marco Painho

Date: July 2014 Instituto Superior de Estatstica e Gesto de Informao

da Universidade Nova de Lisboa

Project Report submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree

of Mestre em Cincia e Sistemas de Informao Geogrfica

(Master in Geographical Information Systems and Science)

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Agenda

Framework

Objectives

State of Art

Methodology

Results

Conclusions

Future works

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Agenda

Framework

Objectives

State of Art

Methodology

Results

Conclusions

Future works

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Framework

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The project object of this report, Ferbritas Cadastre Information System (FBSIC), was developed between October 1, 2008 and October 12, 2012 in Ferbritas SA (FB), known as REFER Engineering, SA since February 2013.

2008-2009 preliminary studies reframed the company awareness to proceed with a solution implementation:

to highly improve the way information was traditionally captured and transformed;

to enable right information to be found and shared across the enterprise, boosting its use in a productively manner; and

to provide users with day-to-day tools and capabilities integration, where the majority of the procedures would be automated and within reach of a click.

Thus, Ferbritas decided to move forward with FBSIC implementation on May 2009, for purely internal reasons towards production processes improving, aiming productivity and efficiency increasing concerning land acquisition processes, which final aim is ensure the availability of sites for national rail infrastructure construction works.

Personal participation in FBSIC

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Coordination and project management from end to end through initiating, planning, executing, monitoring, controlling, closing stages, and maintenance periods, between October 2008 and October 2012; including production activities coordination, highlighting:

Semantic gaps bridge between software development team and business users;

Database modelling collaboration;

Interface definition and design participation;

Workflows definition collaboration;

Requirements gathering and analysis participation;

FBSIC solution software tester;

FBSIC solutions public presentations speaker.

Agenda

Framework

Objectives

State of Art

Methodology

Results

Conclusions

Future works

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Project report objectives

The project report objectives are:

To review in detail all the aspects related with the implementation projects of an enterprise Geographical Information System (GIS) FBSIC, aiming to support Cadastre and Expropriations activities in Ferbritas, SA from its early planning stage to the last maintenance phase (covering about four years); including a production phase overview.

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Agenda

Framework

Objectives

State of Art

Methodology

Results

Conclusions

Future works

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State of the art

The concept of land includes properties, utilities, and natural resources, and encompasses the total natural and built environment within a national jurisdiction, including marine areas (Williamson, et al., 2010).

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Perspectives on land (United Nations, 2004)

Modern land administration theory requires implementation of the land management paradigm to drive systems dealing with land rights, restrictions and responsibilities to support sustainable development. It also requires taking a holistic approach to management of land as the key asset of any jurisdiction (Williamson, et al., 2010).

State of the art

Enemark (2009) cited by (Antonio, et al., 2014), argues that this conceptual understanding provides the overall guidance for building a land administration system in a given society, independent of the level of development. The hierarchy should also provide guidance for adjusting or reengineering an existing land administration system.

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A comprehensive representation of the land sector (Magel, Klaus and Espinoza, 2009), based on Enemark, 2006 cited by (Antonio, et al., 2014)

State of the art

In Portugal, large steps towards land management paradigm implementation took place with the creation, in 2006, of the SiNErGIC project; which lately, is being reformulated in a new project designated the Cadastre Information National System (DGT, 2013).

Portugal still has two cadastral systems running, with different data models (IGP, 2009):

Rural Property Cadastre; and

Real Property Cadastre.

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Paradigm shift: from tax purpose to multipurpose (Julio, et al., 2010a)

State of the art

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According to (Bennett, et al., 2011) six design elements of future cadastre emerge:

Survey-Accurate Cadastres,

Object-Oriented Cadastres,

3D/4D Cadastres,

Real-Time Cadastres,

Global and Organic Cadastres.

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