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Published in AgroLife Scientific Journal, Volume 7, Number 1
Written by Jenica CĂLINA, Aurel CĂLINA, Gabriel BĂDESCU, Gheorghe Marian VANGU, Cristian Emil IONICĂ

The work was accomplished within a research project which aimed to streamline the resource management on the campus of the University of Craiova by creating a GIS database using a new technology that is increasingly being applied in topo-cadastral works, namely aerial scanning using drones. The main objectives of the research were represented by obtaining an orthophotomap using air scanning (the orthophotomap becoming the GIS raster graphical support) designing, validating and implementing a data model (database), using specialized software products. In the case study carried out at the University of Craiova, the following steps were also taken: obtaining raw data, processing raw data and obtaining an orthophotomap, designing the data model (database) and implementation of the data model (database). The research proves of interest primarily through the conceptual foundation of the applicable data model, a model that will allow the recording, storage, extraction, processing and efficient analysis of the desired data. The system is based on a relational open model, which permits it to adapt according to specific needs. The design data model has applicability on the structure of any student campus and can be implemented in other locations (with the provision of the related graphic support).

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