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1 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure What is FIG? Established in 1878 in Paris by 7 member associations (Belgium, France (OGE), Germany, Italy, Spain, Switzerland and UK) Federation of national associations Only international body representing all surveying disciplines UN-recognised non-governmental organisation (NGO)

2 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Who are surveyors? Surveyors are professional people whose academic qualifications and postgraduate training enable them to advise on the management and use of land and property whether rural or urban and developed or undeveloped

3 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Who are surveyors? Surveyors understand the legislation governing land and property the trade markets supporting services economics of construction, management, maintenance, acquisition and disposal

4 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Members 117 countries represented in ,000 individuals in member associations

5 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Members Membership categories: 87 members from 76 countries 12 affiliates 14 correspondents 67 academic members from 40 countries 24 corporate members 8 honorary presidents 30 honorary members

6 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Members professional societies representing one or more of the surveying disciplines in their respective countries 76 countries represented; 87 associations over 230,000 individuals new statutes encourage to have whole profession represented allow more than one member per country currently 14 countries have more than one member association

7 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Affiliates groups of surveyors undertaking professional activities but not fulfilling criteria for membership currently 12 members from 11 countries

8 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Correspondents individual in a country where no association exists that is eligible to join FIG currently 14 correspondents

9 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Academic members organisation, institution or agency which promotes education or research in one or more of the disciplines of surveying first academic members in 1999, now 67 academic members from 40 countries membership fee is 180 in 2004 Surveying Educational Database with more than 240 institutions (65 countries) and more than 440 courses

10 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Surveying Education Database

11 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Surveying Education Database

12 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Surveying Education Database

13 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Corporate Members organisation, institution or agency which manufactures or distributes instruments, equipment or supplies or which operates or provides commercial services in support of the profession 24 corporate members in 2004

14 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Honorary Presidents and Honorary Members past presidents who have rendered outstanding service to FIG individuals who have materially assisted the development and promotion of the surveying profession at international level 8 Honorary Presidents 30 Honorary Members

15 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Permanent institutions International Office of Cadastre and Land Records OICRF, the Netherlands FIG Multi-Lingual Dictionary, Germany International Institution on the History of Surveying and Measurement, UK

16 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure FIG Foundation Building a Sustainable Future

17 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Commissions Professional Practice Professional Education Spatial Information Management Hydrography Positioning and Measurement Engineering Surveys Cadastre and Land Management Spatial Planning and Development Valuation and the Management of Real Estate Construction Economics and Management

18 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Commission administration Chair Vice-chair(s) Vice-chair of administration Delegates - each member to nominate one delegate to each of the commissions Annual meetings Workshops and seminars Working groups

19 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Commission 1 - Professional Practice Commission 1 - Professional Practice Chair Klaus Rürup, Germany Ethical principles and codes of professional conduct Guidelines relating to the provision of services Standards of business practice and total quality management Changes affecting the operation of surveying practices, their management and their professional structures International legislation affecting the profession including the liberalisation of trade in services The role of surveyors in the public sector.

20 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Business Matters for Professionals

21 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure FIG Guide on Standardisation

22 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Commission 1 – Professional Practice Working Groups Working Groups FIG Standards Network Professional practice and organisational structures Information technology management as it relates to professional practice and communications International project management (Joint Activity with Commission 10) Under-represented Groups in Surveying (Joint working group with other FIG Technical Commissions)

23 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Commission 2 - Professional Education Commission 2 - Professional Education Chair Pedro Cavero, Spain Education and teaching methods Continuing professional development and training The interaction between education, research and practice Encouragement of the exchange of students and personnel between member countries.

24 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Mutual Recognition of Professional Qualifications

25 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Enhancing Professional Competence of Surveyors in Europe

26 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Commission 2 – Professional Education Working Groups Virtual Academy Curricula Models and CPD Mutual Recognition Knowledge in Spatial Information Management Capacity building in Land Management

27 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Commission 3 - Spatial Information Management Chair Gerhard Muggenhuber, Austria Management of land, property and hydrographic information and the related processes, procedures and resources Spatial data infrastructure - data models, standards, availability and legal aspects, management of spatial knowledge The impacts on organisational structures, business models, professional practice and administration Management of spatial information supporting sustainable development.

28 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure The Nairobi Statement of Spatial Information for Sustainable Development

29 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure The Nairobi Statement of Spatial Information for Sustainable Development

30 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Land Information Management for Sustainable Development of Cities Best Practice Guidelines in City-wide Information Management

31 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Land Information Management for Sustainable Development of Cities Best Practice Guidelines in City-wide Information Management

32 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Commission 3 – Spatial Information Management Working Groups e-Government and e-Citizen SIM-Infrastructure State of the art of SIM

33 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Commission 4 – Hydrography Commission 4 – Hydrography Chair Adam Greenland, United Kingdom The marine environment Hydrographic surveying Data processing and management Nautical charts and bathymetric maps - analogue, digital and electronic

34 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Commission 4 - Hydrography Working Groups Strategic Partnerships Vertical Reference Frame Coastal Zone Management (CZM) Education and CPD

35 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Commission 5 - Positioning and Measurement Commission 5 - Positioning and Measurement Chair Matt Higgins, Australia The science of measurement The acquisition of accurate, precise and reliable survey data related to the position, size and shape of natural and artificial features of the earth and its environment.

36 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Commission 5 – Positioning and Measurement Working Groups Standards, Quality Assurance and Calibration Reference Frame in Practice Integrated Positioning, Navigation and Mapping Systems

37 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Commission 6 - Engineering Surveys Commission 6 - Engineering Surveys Chair Svend Kold Johansen, Denmark Acquisition, processing and management of topographic and other related information throughout the life cycle of a project Setting out methods in engineering projects Validation and quality control for civil construction and manufacturing Deformation monitoring, analysis and interpretation Prediction of deformation in engineering projects, mines and areas of geological hazard.

38 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Commission 6 – Engineering Surveys Working Groups Deformation Measurement and Analysis Engineering Surveys for Industry and Research Engineering Survey Data Bases and Facility Management Engineering Surveys for Construction Works and Structural Engineering

39 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Commission 7 - Cadastre and Land Management Commission 7 - Cadastre and Land Management Chair Paul van der Molen, The Netherlands Land management and administration Cadastral reform and multi-purpose cadastres Parcel-based land information systems and computerisation of cadastral records Cadastral surveying and mapping Land titling, land tenure, land law and land registration Urban and rural land consolidation National and international boundaries Land and marine resource management

40 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Cadastre 2014 A vision for a future cadastral system

41 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Cadastre 2014 A vision for a future cadastral system The cadastral systems in developed countries attempt to be too perfect Aim of cadastral reform project is to improve services of the cadastral systems The automation of cadastral systems is widely seen as an appropriate tool to improve the performance of cadastral systems (re.engineering the procedure) The innovation of cadastral systems tends to be in the direction that cadastral systems will be embedded in land information systems

42 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Cadastre 2014 A vision for a future cadastral system Cost recovery and privatization issues are increasingly important within the context of cadastres Cadastre 2014 will be a complete documentation of public and private rights and restrictions for land owners and users Cadastre 2014 can provide optimal services to the different societies at a lower cost than todays systems.

43 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure The Bathurst Declaration on Land Administration for Sustainable Development

44 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure The Bathurst Declaration on Land Administration for Sustainable Development

45 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Benchmarking Cadastral Systems

46 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Benchmarking Cadastral Systems A Framework for Benchmarking Land Administration Systems Success Key Factors England and Wales the Netherlands Lithuania Latvia Poland Switzerland

47 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Womens Access to Land – FIG Guidelines

48 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Womens Access to Land – FIG Guidelines

49 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure 3D Cadastres Registration of properties in strata

50 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Commission 7 - Cadastre and Land Management Working Groups Creating Land Administration in formal and informal environment Instruments for land distribution Advances in Modern Land Administration

51 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Commission 8 - Spatial Planning and Development Commission 8 - Spatial Planning and Development Chair: TBA Regional and local structure planning Urban and rural land use planning Planning policies and environmental improvement Urban development and implementation Public-private partnerships Informal settlements and urbanisation in developing countries Environmental impact assessment.

52 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure FIG Agenda 21

53 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Commission 8 – Spatial Planning and Development Working Groups Urban Regeneration PPP – Public Private Partnership Global Urban Process in Large Cities

54 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Commission 9 - Valuation and the Management of Real Estate Commission 9 - Valuation and the Management of Real Estate Chair Stephen Yip, Hong Kong SAR, China Valuation - the estimating of value of real estate by valuers and appraisers, for various purposes, including market value, property taxation, eminent domain, claims of damage or impact on value by some cause or event, and acquisitions for public use or public policy Investment Market Value and Investment Planning Development Finance, Land Use Feasibility Planning Management of Property, as a single asset or by management companies; Management of property systems to ensure efficient use of public and private resources Management of public sector property

55 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Commission 9 – Valuation and the Management of Real Estate Working Groups Education of Valuation Professionals in FIG Environmental and Ecological Influences Effecting Use, Value and Demand for Real Estate Valuation for Taxation and Statutory Compensation Organizations of Valuers and Appraisers in Emerging Eastern European Markets

56 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Commission 10 - Construction Economics and Management Commission 10 - Construction Economics and Management Chair Philip Shearer, United Kingdom Construction technology and information technology Construction economics and measurement Construction management and environmental management Construction law and contract administration

57 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Commission 10 – Construction Economics and Management Working Groups Human Settlements, Economics and Environment Sustainability Database for Quantity Surveying Education and Cost Management Professionals Worldwide Construction Procurement Standard, research and development in Cost management, Quantity Surveying, Cost Engineering and Project Management

58 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Under-represented groups in surveying Under-represented groups in surveying Chair: Gabriele Dasse, Germany enhancing professional development opportunities for women and young surveyors encouraging equal opportunities for individual members within FIG, not depending on gender or native language or other cultural characteristics facilitating professional contacts for women and young surveyors, as well as for linguistic minorities, within the FIG community

59 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Standards Network Standards Network Chair: Iain Greenway, United Kingdom appoint experts to the work items of ISO Technical Committee 211 (geographic information/geomatics) and ensure that FIG is represented at plenary meetings of TC211 gain liaison status and appoint experts to other appropriate technical committees of ISO and of other standards bodies, to assist in the creation of workable and current standards create explanatory material and guidance notes on the implications of standards for surveyors propose guidelines which can be translated into standards as technologies and methodologies mature

60 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Administration General Assembly combined to FIG annual working weeks Council 4 year term of office President, 5 Vice-Presidents and Congress Director current German Council new Governance in fully operation 2007

61 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Council President: Prof. Holger Magel (Germany) Vice Presidents: Dr. Andreas Drees (Germany) Dr. Ralf Schroth (Germany) Ms. Bettina Petzold (Germany) Mr. T. N. Wong, Hong Kong SAR, China Congress Director: Thomas Gollwitzer ACCO Representative: Mr. Gerhard Muggenhuber (Austria) ( )

62 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Administration Advisory Committee of Commission Officers ACCO Commission chairs and vice-chairs Council members Permanent office Director and 2 assistants Located in Copenhagen at the Surveyors House hosted by DdL

63 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Information delivery Annual Review monthly e-Newsletter commission newsletters publications congress and working week publications web site:

64 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure Next Working Weeks Athens, Greece, May 2004 Cairo, Egypt, April 2005 Munich, Germany, XXIII Congress, October 2006 Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR, China, July 2007 Stockholm. Sweden, June 2008 Israel, 2009 Next Regional Conferences Jakarta, Indonesia, 3-7 October 2004 South America, Sept/Nov 2005

65 January 2004 International Federation of Surveyors Fédération Internationale des Géomètres International Vereinigung der Vermessungsingenieure FIG Office in Copenhagen


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