Survey of India completed the GPS and Levelling work in October 2003. have constituted a Committee for Airfield Environmental Management under the Chairmanship of the Chairman, BDA. And it was felt that a Sub-committee conducted a meeting and joint inspection of problematic areas around HAL Airport on 7.5.2003 under the leadership of Sri Rin Sanga, the Chairman, BDA and Airfield Environment Management Committee.
The final data for a total of 714 survey control points covering the entire Bangalore Metropolitan Area has been received from Survey of India in November 2003.1. For this Committee the Town Planner Member of the Authority is the Member Secretary. The concerned authorities were intimated to take appropriate action.
The digital version of the existing land use is prepared for all the agglomeration areas covering an extent of more than 500 scale topographical maps have reference to the World Geodetic System.
Robotic process automation (RPA) is the use of software with artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning capabilities to handle high-volume, repeatable tasks that previously required humans to perform.
Transactional data, in the context of data management, is the information recorded from transactions.
The position of the points, with reference to the World Geodetic System in terms of co-ordinates was to be determined using Global Position System (GPS) receivers by observing satellites.
This work had been entrusted to the Survey of India considering the technical, operational and cost parameters.
For this purpose Government in December 1998 approved the proposal of BDA for getting maps prepared from Aerial Photography by the NRSA of Hyderabad.
NRSA had delivered first proof plots at scale 1:2,000 by July 2002. NRSA was to effect corrections to maps and deliver second proof plots.The Survey of India has commenced the reconnaissance work in December 2002. 27, 2003 and was completed for 510 points in the first week of March 2003.The second phase of work to fix additional control points to fill up gap areas and to re-establish disturbed points was taken up by BDA in June 2003 and additional points were fixed.Under Section 25 of the KTCP Act, 1961 Revision of Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP) activity is periodic, once in ten years.The CDP of Bangalore, which was originally prepared and approved by Government in 1984 and later revised (first revision) and approved in 1995, needs second revision based on up to date physical developments and trends in growth of the Metropolis.For the second revision of CDP and other services under the Indo - French Protocol, arrangement was being made to engage a French consultant.