highlighted previously. Temperature will also affect the internal stability of the instrument as mentioned earlier, so at extreme temperatures 10 degrees about the standard, allow the instrument's temperature to equalise with the surrounding ambient temperature. Another major issue in West Africa is that the instrument expands slightly when hot, and the seals are not so effective in keeping out moisture (particularly a problem in areas of high humidity (Niger Delta etc.), so make sure the instrument is dried out fully before storing. If instrument is left with moisture inside then mildew will grow internally affecting the optics and the electronics. Then the instruments need stripping down and cleaning carefully.…
Database administrators etc
But Cadastre has differentiate itself beyond the GIS toolbox, serving the primary function of GIS technology which are analysis, storing, updating, viewing and displaying of Geospatial reference data to the Earth.
Cadastre is taking a more drastically u-turn in our world with the advancement of GIS technology.
In Nigeria as an example, some cadastral department is been replaced by a sector under Geographic Information System such as Niger State Geographic Information System (NIGIS), Abuja Geographic Information System (AGIS), Plateau State Geographic Information System (PLAGIS), Lagos State Geographic Information System (LAGIS), Nasarawa State Geographic Information System (NAGIS) etc.
The above mentioned GIS sectors are due to revolutionize analogue Cadastre system to more digitalized system.
Hence, GIS and Cadastre remain indispensable as far as digital information surpass analogue information and additionally more preferable to analogue information system.
Sir, I do hope you will enjoy my little contribution.