One of the legal factors of land ownership is the entry of the land plot into the register of the base of the national cadastral system. Previously, registration was a very time-consuming process with a large number of refusals, but now it is being actively reformed and is becoming more transparent and accessible even online. The creation of land cadastral information about the site begins with the implementation of land management work.
Many land surveyors are faced with the problem of constant changes in registration data in state registers. Corrections in the records of the State Register of Real Rights to Real Estate are made in the event of changes in the identification data of the subject of law, information about the immovable property, including changes in its technical characteristics, revealing a technical error in the records of the SRRR or documents issued using the software for maintaining this register (a typo, grammatical, arithmetic or other error), at the request of the owner or other beneficiary.
GPS-monitoring of equipment in agriculture is one of the most difficult types of monitoring, since it is not enough to determine the location of transport and establish fuel consumption for the quality work of an agricultural enterprise. This tool helps to monitor and optimize the performance of the entire farm. Thanks to it, you can reduce downtime, identify and eliminate various abuses of equipment and fuel, track the number of hectares worked on a specific site in a specific period of time, and also know whether the operator is following the planned route and at what speed he moves across the field.
The IX International Agroindustrial Exhibition with a field demonstration of equipment «AGROEXPO-2021» was held from September 29 to October 2 in Kropyvnytskyi. More than 500 exhibiting companies took part in it, among which was the Soft.Farm team. «AGROEXPO» is one of the ten largest exhibitions in Europe and almost all well-known brands of agricultural machinery, both foreign and domestic, presented their equipment there.
As practice shows, the use of GPS monitoring in agriculture is very effective. Direct control of movements and fuel consumption helps to exclude inappropriate use of machines and fuel drain, and also makes it possible to minimize non-production downtime of equipment and low efficiency of its work. In addition, GPS monitoring systems include the formation of databases on cultivated hectares, the distribution of fuel for moving and work, provide information on the performance of work in the context of agricultural operations, fields, equipment, machine operators and make it possible to introduce precision farming.