Identification of 3-Dimensional Cadastre Model for Indonesian Purpose
HENDRIATININGSIH, Irawan SOEMARTO, Bambang Edhie LAKSONO, Iwan KURNIAWAN, Novi Kristina DEWI and Nanin SOEGITO, Indonesia
The land utilization in Indonesia for different purposes has not been followed by the process of idealization of Indonesian cadastre system. One of the examples of the idealization of Indonesian cadastre system is the exploitation of a land parcel for different activities, such as foundation of apartment, condominium, underground pipe/cable lines, skywalk etc. The previously mentioned activities have not been fully regulated by the Indonesian cadastre system, as well as the visualization of the above land utilization.
The development of a region could not be separated from the population growth, in which lead to the increasing demand of settlement and land. On the other hand, the scarcity of land will lead to the advancement of the management of the land. Even though within several jurisdictions, such as Singapore and Jakarta, have been going on reclamation projects, the land allocation will certainly decrease.
It should be underlined that the Indonesian cadastre system is still using 2D geometric for the registration of land and property tenure. This 2D paradigm should be changed, particularly due to the increasing needs of the utilization of under- and aboveground space.
The 3D cadastre has not been developed and implemented in Indonesia. On the other hand, the increasing amount of stories properties with strata title ownership has lead to the urgent implementation of 3D cadastre in Indonesia. Thus, the study on the implementation of 3D cadastre in Indonesia is urgently needed.
The objectives of the study that is highlighted within this paper are as follows:
Investigation of the implementation of 3D cadastre system in abroad;
Identification of the needs related to the establishment of 3D cadastre system in Indonesia;
Composition of the documents for the establishment of 3D cadastre based on the needs of the stakeholders in the management of cadastre system in Indonesia;
Development of straightforward 3D cadastre system visualization.
Additionally, the outcome of this study could provide the basic for further investigation of the formulation of 3D cadastre concept in Indonesia.
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