Welcome ke laman web rasmi Jabatan Tanah dan Ukur, Sabah (JTU). Selari dengan perkembangan teknologi maklumat dan komunikasi semasa, strategi perkhidmatan awam dan proses penyebaran maklumat turut bergerak seiring dalam proses perubahan tersebut.
Salah satu strategi untuk memperkenalkan dan mempromosikan JTU adalah melalui laman web. Sebagai sebuah jabatan dibawah Jabatan Ketua Menteri, laman web rasmi JTU memaparkan pelbagai maklumat berhubung dengan organisasi, misi, visi, aktiviti, perkhidmatan dan produk. Turut dimuatkan juga galeri foto, multimedia dan berita-berita terkini aktiviti jabatan. Laman web ini akan diselenggara dan dikemaskini bagi menjamin kandungnya sentiasa releven dan terkini.
Sejak penubuhannya pada kurun ke-19 (1882), JTU telah merencanakan pelbagai pembaharuan serta pemodenan bagi meningkatkan kualiti perkhidmatan dan produk yang ditawarkan selaras dengan visi jabatan iaitu Ke Arah Penyampaian Perkhidmatan Yang Terunggul. Bermula dengan pengukuran konvensional sehingga kepada pengukuran kaedah e-Kadaster, pengujudan aplikasi JTUWMA, pengukuran PANTAS, serta penggunaan sistem seperti Land Title Information System (LTIS), Land Dealing Electronic Systems (LaDESS), dan SOMIS turut diperkenalkan. Selain itu, bagi memastikan perkhidmatan jabatan berkualiti, JTU telah dipersijilkan dengan sijil MS ISO 9001:2015.
Sehubungan dengan itu, saya berharap agar laman web rasmi ini akan menjadi saluran dan sumber rujukan yang bermanfaat kepada para pengunjung bagi mendapatkan maklumat terkini yang berkaitan dengan pelbagai aktiviti dan perkhidmatan yang ditawarkan oleh jabatan ini.
Dengan itu, saya mengalu-alukan anda untuk melayari laman web ini dan mengemukakan sebarang komen, idea, pandangan dan maklumbalas bagi memperbaiki lagi kandungan laman web ini dari semasa ke semasa.Sekian, terima kasih Datuk Haji Safar Bin Untong
Pengarah Tanah dan Ukur
6 reads | Posted by Admin | 20/01/18
Geospatial Data Accuracy
Geospatial Data Accuracy and its legal implications in the Malaysian Context
1598 reads | Posted by Admin | 23/10/10
E-Banking to pay Quit Rent
Please logon to www.quitrent.jtu.sabah.gov.my to check out the land dues balance and proceed to E-Banking payment through Aliance Bank.
This department has implemented E-Banking Service in order to facilitate land owners to make online payment through Alliance Bank.
Land owners can check and print the balance of the quit rent and bring to any Alliance Bank branches within Malaysia for payment at the counter. The departmental land offices counters are still available for payment.
You also click on the icon [QUIT RENT] on the homepage !
1359 reads | Posted by Doria.Tai | 19/07/10
LaDESS FAQ Is released
The department would like to thank all the legal firms that have provided feedbacks on the newly implemented system LaDESS and a new document has been released to enable the users to have a better understanding of how to use LaDESS.
This document is entitled "LaDESS FAQ Version 1.0". The need for this FAQ document arises from the fact that LaDESS is a web-based application that has been developed to operate through the internet and hence, LaDESS needs to endure the stress of cyber threats. This is the reason why certain keystrokes and intnernet browser functions are not allowed in this application.
1041 reads | Posted by Doria.Tai | 11/05/10
Communal Title - One title to protect villagers
TONGOD (Sabah): The introduction of communal land titles would help prevent natives from selling their properties for quick profit.
Sabah Land and Survey Department Director Datuk Osman Jamal said in the past, many natives who were given land by the government sold it or fell prey to various schemes.
Frozen Britain as seen from Satellite
This striking image taken by Nasa's Terra satellite on 7 January 2010 shows the UK deep in the clutches of the current cold snap.
1058 reads | Posted by Doria.Tai | 18/04/10
Ulu Papar Expedition in the Crocker Range
Conducted jointly by Sabah Parks, Pacos, GDF and the communities of Ulu Papar, this expedition team carried out participatory mapping exercises, household livelihoods and demography surveys, participatory video interviews and snapped some amazing photographs of the landscapes and peoples of Ulu Papar.
Data collected from this expedition will be consolidated into a set of ethnobiological databases that will inform the negotiations between Sabah Parks and the Ulu Papar communities on the opportunities for the collaborative management of this area.
Funded by: Darwin Initiative UK
795 reads | Posted by Doria.Tai | 18/04/10
3D Google Building Maker
Facebook and Google are taking this approach to translating the web into multiple languages. Now Google is leveraging the wisdom of the crowds for another purpose: the Building Maker tool helps users make accurate 3D models of buildings for representation in Google Earth().
Using Google-provided aerial photographs, you essentially overlay appropriate 3D shapes on top of several different views of a building to construct an accurate model of it. When finished, submit your building to Google() for review. If approved, the model will be added to the 3D Buildings layer in Google Earth.
1026 reads | Posted by Doria.Tai | 18/04/10
LaDESS is the acronym for "Land Dealings Electronic Submission System". This is the latest web application developed for the upgrading of the Departmental Delivery System to the Rakyat in the processing of land dealings for leases titles such as PL, CL and TL. The system has been developed based on Blue Ocean Strategy to allow the Central Registry to leapfrog in the land dealings processing deploying the latest technologies in a re-engineered working environment, resulting in a win-win scenario for both legal firms and department where cases are submitted and processed in digital manner.
How to recycle your technology gadgets
We see a lot of gadgets come in the door here at Engadget. In fact, getting them in the door is actually the easy part... it's getting them back out that's a bit confusing. Recycling -- something that most of us do on a day-to-day basis with our trash -- is a bit stickier when it comes to gadgets. In recent years, however, most major consumer electronics companies have stepped up their games a bit and begun "take back" recycling programs of their own. There are a lot of resources out there if you want to rid yourself of old gadgets in a responsible way, but it can be a pretty overwhelming prospect, especially if (like us) you have an actual pile of old cellphones which has been growing since 1998. We thought about that a lot, and decided to try to make sense of all the wild masses of information out there on the internet, and to provide our readers a central location to look for all that information. Read on and see what we've come up with!
Like we said, there is a ton of information available, and countless companies that recycle electronics independently. What follows is a guide to individual companies' recycling programs (if they have them), and a list of general and governmental resources that are well-respected and reputed within the industry. Every company handles take back and recycling a bit differently, so be sure to read all of their information before making the decision as to how to handle your old gadgets. For instance, if your mobile phone manufacturer doesn't have a recycling program -- check with your carrier, or one of the independent resources listed. We've done our best to hit all the bases, but feel free to hit us up if we've missed something so that we can add it -- and good luck -- we hope the list helps you reclaim some storage space!
845 reads | Posted by Doria.Tai | 24/03/10