INDUSTRIAL PARK EVALUATION BASED ON GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM TEHNOLOGY AND 3D MODELLING

Published in Scientific Papers. Series E. Land Reclamation, Earth Observation & Surveying, Environmental Engineering, Vol. III
Written by Andreea CALUGARU

A Geographical Information System describes itself as a management system for databases that provides information in a user interactive mode graph organized for storage, query, update and display of information in an efficient manner. (Imbroane A.M., 2012). This system aims to shape the information into processes and structures that reflect the real world, including past events and possible scenarios in order to analyze, understand and manage the resources and facilities. HG 834/91 concerning the application of the provisions of article 19. 20 of Law No. 15/ 1990 states that land assets of companies with state capital at the time of their establishment, necessary for activity according to their object are established by the judgment of the government organs, according to the law, or by Local State Administration. In this context the present paper proposes an inventory solution for buildings forming an industrial park in order to reorganize the unit to serve the economic urban and regional development or an eventual transformation into a site location for a possible new business, such as a commercial center. The result is the production of graphical data in both digital and analog format, offering solutions to decision-makers who allocate resources.

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Calugaru A. 2014, INDUSTRIAL PARK EVALUATION BASED ON GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM TEHNOLOGY AND 3D MODELLING. Scientific Papers. Series E. Land Reclamation, Earth Observation & Surveying, Environmental Engineering, Vol. III, Print ISSN 2285-6084, 115-120.


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