Technology for Property Rights


The Technology for Property Rights is a project of the Foundation for Economic Freedom and The Asia Foundation, supported by the Omidyar Network. The project aims to further scale titling and increase the security of property rights through the use of new approaches and technologies. The project has the three following component activities: 1) creating an online adjudication application; and 2) using drone-generated maps to enhance phases in systematic adjudication.

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In the Philippines, millions of land parcels are untitled in the Philippines. One of the major factors is the high cost of conducting surveys to subdivide lots to be titled. Thanks to technological advances, land surveying is becoming cheaper and faster. In April 2016, under the Technology for Property Rights, experts from both public and private sectors teamed up to explore the use of drones as an alternative tool for land surveying in the Philippines.



TPR Project Briefer July 2016



APRIL 2016 | CEBU : Pilot Study on Using Drones for Land Surveying and Titling

APRIL 2016 | CEBU and MANILA : Presentation of Pilot Study to Stakeholders

MARCH 2017 | CAVITE, BULACAN and MANILA:  Academic Research on Using Drones for Land Surveying and Mapping


Read more:

Philippine land sector meets drone technology

FEF and TAF donate drone to Land Management Bureau

Using drone technology to improve land titling in the Philippines

Small drone cadastral surveys for establishment of property rights

Drones, helping Filipinos getting land titles cheaper, faster

Using technology for land titling

Drones: A gamechanger in land surveying and titling



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