Land Information Service for use in agriculture and rural development
Supporting European Union's Common Agriculture Policy institution building in Hungary. Development of the Land Office Network (LON), service as needed by the implementation of the Integrated Administration and Control System (IACS).
LISARD (Land information Service for the Agriculture and Rural Development) The system will ensure the appropriate infrastructure and capability for the Land Office Network to provide agricultural parcel based information and control service for the time of the EU accession with the following features:
PARCELLA /C-F (phases of the set up a Parcel-based Information System)
CENT (establishment of the Central Land Information Service Facility)
RSCS (recently CABS, Control of Area-based Subsidies)
Software customisation, which can provide the appropriate new LON services for supporting IACS. Developing a Land Information System on the META* platform in the level of County Land Offices, which will register, manage and query the following objects:
Compilation of an integrated data set from different sources. The data-set will be managed at County Land Offices by an IT system resulted from PARCELLA/C. Matching to the requirements the following information is needed:
Upgrading of TAKARNET* and ensure full TAKAROS/META/PARCELLA interoperability as required by the operational mode of IACS. The technological chain of the remote sensing based control and have to be set up ready for operation.
Improving the quality of the project. Evaluating the achievements by independent experts and getting recommendations. Set up of the CENT (establishment of the CENTral Land Information Service Facility)
This centrally located infrastructure is the platform running the PARCELLA. Within the LON, it will receive, handle, archive, compile, visualisate and submit information and provide service as required by the IACS operation within the IACS institutional framework. Fully controlled interoperability will be ensured with META via the TAKAROS intranet and FOMI Remote Sensing Center's CROPMON computer cluster via high speed cable. For data transmission within the IACS institutional framework (including AIC, RegionalAgro Offices, MARD) the enhanced TAKAROS will be used. (Dedicated links e.g. with Territorial Information System (TeIR) of MARD's Regional Development branch and the Central Statistical Office with emphasis on the 2000 Agricultural Census data are also foreseen). Major Components: CENT (central hw/sw infrastructure), DITAB (establishment of the change management of the digitized topographic sheets at 1:10 000 (2001), PILOT (test of the change management in semi-operational environment) TRAIN (multilevel vocational training of the LON staff), LTTA (dedicated long term technical assistance will provide additional expertise, know-how, mobility and technology transfer). The RSCS is highlighted in separately
RSCS/CABS (establishment of the Control of Area-based Subsidies using remote sensing)
The remote sensing segment of the parcel based information system is a dedicated, fully protected subsystem to be developed according to the IACS requirements. High and very-high resolution satellite data will be used as a basic tool for the subsidy control on croplands (as cost effective spin-off effect, providing capabilities for multipurpose application in other NPAA related tasks as monitoring of land use with emphasis on the historical wine growing areas, as well as imagery basis and/or value added products for land evaluation and land consolidation improving the sustainability of the agricultural development in the integrated rural development framework). RSCS provided data, products and information will be handled as classified as required by the PARCELLA operating in the CENT environment.
RSCS will be performed by FÖMI Remote Sensing Centre where the necessary processing infrastructure, expertise and know-how are available from the crop monitoring project (CROPMON), working operational since 1997.
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