Presentation on theme: "CLGE GA autumn 2011 Tallinn, Estonia 16-17.09.2011 Mairolt Kakko, Ain Jõgi Association of Estonian Surveyors."— Presentation transcript:
CLGE GA autumn 2011 Tallinn, Estonia 16-17.09.2011 Mairolt Kakko, Ain Jõgi Association of Estonian Surveyors
Facts about Estonia and Tallinn Estonia: 45 227 km 2, population of 1,35 mill Its bordered by the Baltic Sea, Latvia and Russian Federation Has been independent state 1918-1940 and regained its independence on 1991. Before 1200 Estonia was a Union of independent Kingdoms Estonian language (fenno-ugric group), closely to finnish and relates with hungarian and about 30 smaller nations living mostly in Russia. Tallinn: Population of 412 000 First appeared on a map of Muhammad Al Idrisi: 1154 Has been dominated by Germans, Danes, Swedes and Russians in its history The medieval old town is under UNESCO world heritage protection 80 km from Helsinki over the side,
Culture calls! http://www.tallinn2011.ee About 40 events already scheduled to autumn 2011 – Performing arts – Audio-visual arts – Literature – Interdisciplinary – Sport – Folk culture – Art – Design – Music
Place of CLGE GA Meriton Grand Conference & SPA Hotel 5 km from Airport 1,5 km from Harbour 0,3…0,8 km from Old Town and other highlights of Tallinn Presentation of GA online via internet
Location of CLGE GA Meriton Grand Conference & SPA Hotel http://www.meritonhotels.com/eng/ 7 km from Airport 3 km from Harbour 0,5 km from Old Town and other highlights of Tallinn Webcast of GA online via internet will be organized
The main local subject proposed for GA: surveying of underground networks Situation in Estonia today: –INSPIRE directive has been adopted through the Spatial Information Act 02.11 –Estonia is one of the latest in Europe in this adoption process –Regulative acts are still to be worked out We have quite good databases, but poor data about underground networks inside of them Owners are not obligated to give their data to databases Surveyors shall put the networks on maps they are producing for their Clients – owners of utilities have insufficient data about their own networks How to get adequate data then? Why should surveyor determine old networks?
Clients requirements Water supply and sewage –Surveyor should open manholes covered with soil, ice, asphalt –Surveyor should clean manholes from waste, mud, water, sewage, ice etc if its necessary for survey Telecommunication cables –Surveyor should order determination of location of cables from the owner and pay for double: for this service for coordination stamp –Results of this work will not be stored by owner, so some cables are determined many times by different surveyors