UAV Technology: Opportunities and Limitations to support Land Administration: powerpoint

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map millions of unrecognized land rights in the region. Land administration systems, the technologies and
processes that maintain information about people to land relationship, are recognized as a crucial tool for
delivering sustainable economies, environments, and social cohesion: land tenure recording helps to deliver tenure
security, dispute reduction, investment opportunities, and contributes to good governance. Amongst others,
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) are emerging as a tool for alternative land tenure recording. The advent of low
cost, reliable and lightweight UAVs have created new opportunities for collecting timely, tailored and high-quality
geospatial information. Even though UAVs appear a promising technology, it is not clear to what extent it can
contribute to existing land tenure recording workflows of communities and governments in the land sector. To
address this questions, field data collection was carried out in early 2018 which encompassed numerous UAV
flights and the consultation of relevant stakeholder. Supported by preliminary results of use cases in Rwanda,
Kenya and Tanzania, this conference contribution bridges technological capabilities and expressed stakeholder
needs to ascertain opportunities and limitations of UAV technology to support land administration. The outline
includes insights into data collection workflows, quality measures, challenges of capacity development.
Original languageEnglish
Pagess1-s15
Number of pages15
Publication statusPublished - 28 Jun 2018
EventLANDac International Conference 2018: Land Governance and (Im)mobility - Muntgebouw, Utrecht, Netherlands
Duration: 28 Jun 201829 Jun 2018
http://www.landgovernance.org/annual-international-conference/presentations/

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ConferenceLANDac International Conference 2018
Abbreviated titleLANDac 2018
CountryNetherlands
CityUtrecht
Period28/06/1829/06/18
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Stöcker, EC, Koeva, MN & Zevenbergen, JA 2018, 'UAV Technology: Opportunities and Limitations to support Land Administration: powerpoint' LANDac International Conference 2018, Utrecht, Netherlands, 28/06/18 - 29/06/18, pp. s1-s15.

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