The State Service of Ukraine for Geodesy, Cartography and Cadastre has announced a tender to carry out aerial mapping of the territory of Ukraine, as well as to create orthophotomaps and a digital terrain model (DTM), Ukrainian Prime Minister Oleksiy Honcharuk has said. “Ukraine will have high-quality and accurate 3D models of forests, industrial structures, as well as classifications of buildings, plants, power lines and much more. Investors will be able to easily design facilities and invest in infrastructure,” the government’s press service reported, citing Honcharuk as saying. According to the report, the total cost of the work is UAH 276 million. The deadline is until December 2020.
In addition, in preparation for land reform, the State Service for Geodesy, Cartography and Cadastre is actively filling out a database. So, in three months, six new information layers appeared on the public cadastral map. Now information on 20.9 million land plots (total area of 43.8 million hectares) has been entered.
Among other things, the authority began using satellite-based land monitoring data in test mode, and in just a week completed 755 public control measures over the use and protection of land.
It is reported that according to the results, 301 violations of land legislation with a volume of damage of more than UAH 1 million were revealed, of which UAH 691,720 were voluntarily repaid.