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A Study on the Effective Management System for the State-Owned Properties with the Utilization of Drone

  • Public Land Law Review
  • Abbr : KPLLR
  • 2018, 83(), pp.149-170
  • Publisher : Korean Public Land Law Association
  • Research Area : Social Science > Law
  • Received : July 30, 2018
  • Accepted : August 20, 2018

Seok,Ho-Young 1

1명지대학교

Accredited

ABSTRACT

The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport announced on December 22 last year 「the Drone Industrial Development Plan (2017-2026)」, the joint project between the related government agencies, which is expected to lead the drone industry for the next 10 years. The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport has established a goal that it will expand its market share in the global drone market expected to grow at an annual rate of 29 percent a year and achieve the market competitiveness to set to trend in the commercial drone market, which is the market relatively inactive compared to the personal drone market. Along with this trend, the Korea Asset Management Corporation (KAMCO) recently registered the patent, 「Land Surveillance System」, that is able to generate and to provide a precision video map after measuring areas on a large scale, and it makes the high-resolution 3D images more accurate and precise and provides the land survey project which can be performed by small group of people with this system. Especially, the KAMCO had recently launched 「the State-Owned Property Census Promotion Committee」 to undertake all the tasks necessary to carry out the total investigation such as purchasing drones, recruiting survey personnel, developing mobile applications, etc. in order to use drones for the census of stated-owned properties. Like this, utilizing the drones in promoting the state-owned property census project is not only the means for investing and managing the state-owned property, but is also a very desirable system which can meet the master plan for the development of the domestic drone market and can also contribute to the development for any related industry. It is an appropriate time to review the system which uses the drones for the state-owned property census project for its smooth and efficient operations. Therefore, this study examines the current state-owned property management system using the drones and proposes the efficient way for managing and controlling the system to be successfully settled.

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