Land Registry, new version of Pregeo 10: 10.6.3


Emma Potter

Topography for Land Registry and Reconfinements

This work is intended as a complete guide, both conceptual and operational, for the development of topographical works in the cadastral field and for the reconstruction of borders that have become uncertain or disputed. The two components are intertwined with each other with the aim of allowing the reader, once he has filled in the conceptual aspects that he does not yet know, to then proceed to the practical part and thus be able to successfully complete his work. The operational part is treated with 10 complete examples carried out step-by-step which form the basis for another 25 jobs for which the resolution operations to be carried out are indicated and commented. This vast case study enables the reader to always identify the example that coincides with the task to be carried out. The examples are solved with the Geocat and CorrMap software (developed by the same author and supplied with the volume as a free license for two months) and explain all the individual steps in detail so that they can also be reproduced by users of other software , or using spreadsheets. The volume is structured to be enjoyed in top-down mode, that is, starting from the macro-activities required by the work that the reader finds himself facing and then allowing him to descend into increasingly greater degrees of detail where necessary. The first part of the book is in fact entirely dedicated to examples of work carried out in which the contents, both conceptual and operational, present in the second part are recalled. This approach allows the reader to concentrate on the work to be done (identifying the appropriate example) to resort to the detail of the individual operations only for the points that are not yet known to him or that he wishes to explore further. In the part that deals with TS-GPS surveys and the use of Pregeo, a series of problems are exposed which, if not fully mastered, can lead to even serious errors without the technician realizing it. On the subject of reconfinements, this work summarizes the contents of the book “Reconfinement Techniques” (2017, by the same author), integrating them with the new procedures devised following its publication, first of all the combinatorial calculation of least squares rototranslation. The volume contains indications of all the online courses on the website that deal with the same topics, for the benefit of the reader who desires a further level of training. Gianni Rossi Surveyor, he followed university courses in mathematical analysis and algorithm theory at the Faculty of Computer Science of the University of Venice. He has held over 180 seminars on the subject of reconfinements at the Colleges of Surveyors throughout Italy and, on behalf of the National Council of Surveyors and Graduate Surveyors, 4 international seminars in English on the topic “Geo-referencing of Cadastral Maps”. He currently holds online courses on the same topics on behalf of the College of Surveyors and GL of Padua. He is co-author of the book “Theory and practice of reconfinements” and author of the volume “Reconfinement techniques” (Maggioli Editore) and of the algorithms of Parametric and Trilateral georeferencing as well as of the Oriented and Constrained variants of least squares rototranslation.