Optimizing resource allocation for rural and urban infrastructure works via spatial database technology Florian Petrescu, Oana Luca, Florian Gaman Technical University of Civil Engineering, Bucharest

RURBAN Objectives:

  1. Use spatial database as a decision support tool at public administration level
  2. Monitoring the resources allocated within all the infrastructure projects

RURBAN project co-financed by the Ministry of Education and Research within the National Research Framework Programme

RURBAN Parteners:

  • Technical University of Civil
  • Engineering from Bucharest (UTCB)
  • GEOSYSTEMS Romania

RURBAN Outcomes:

  1. Spatial database design
  2. Experimental model
  3. Operational use
  4. Official digital map of Romania
  5. Generalization to all public administration levels

RURBAN Spatial Database:

  • created from 1:200.000 maps

Data quality: RURBAN Cost
Total cost = 55.000 euro
Government funds = 35.000 euro (63.6%)
RURBAN team = 20.000 euro (26.4%)

Data quality: Usability
RURBAN spatial database is supplied in the native format of the systems currently used by the end-users. In Romania, public use GI should be certified by NOCGC (The National Office for Cadastre, Geodesy and Cartography) according to specific legal provisions. Basically, NOCGC checks:

  1. the correctness of topographic data
  2. conformance to national security legal provisions

GI Priority issues in Romania: