FIG Commission 7
2016 Annual Meeting and Conference
FIG Commission 7, in cooperation with the Portuguese Association of
Engineers, is pleased to invite you to the Commission 7 Annual Meeting
2016 and to the Geoconference on "Cadastre 4.0 -
Transparency-Participation-Collaboration”, both to be held in
Coimbra/Portugal, 24–28 October 2016.
Commission 7 Annual Meeting continues to be an excellent opportunity
for land surveyors from around the world to meet up and hear first-hand
about cadastral developments in different scenarios, to share experiences,
and to learn about what is happening in this particular sector of
Geoconference on "Cadastre 4.0 - Transparency-Participation-Collaboration”, organised
as a part of the Annual Meeting on 25-26 October 2016, invited speakers
will share with the participants their knowlodge on new technologies and
automatization of processes, products and services. Participants will be
able to discuss about how transparency can be made happen, participation
can be realised and collaboration can be made more visible.
Coimbra is a city in the central part of Portugal, with its beauty
reflecting the long-term history of culture and science and at the same
time surrounded by a scenic landscape and pure nature. Excellent public
transport facilities from Porto or Lisbon international airports will
bring you in short time to Coimbra.
The local organisers from the Portuguese Association supported by the
colleagues from the University of Coimbra have prepared for a most
interesting programme including social events, an accomanying persons
programme and including a one-day special excursion on 28 October 2016 to
the famous wine region of the Douro river and Porto, both classified by
UNESCO as World Heritage.
The topic of the technical part of the programme as well as the planning
for the social part let expect a most exciting week in Portugal.
More information and registration see
Looking forward to meeting all of you in Coimbra!
Gerda Schennach, Chair FIG Commission 7
FIG Commission 7 Annual Meeting
Workshop on Crowdsourcing of Land Information
Joint FIG Commission 7 and 3 meeting
It is a great pleasure to invite you to
this year Annual Meeting of Commission 7, which will be
held on 16-20 November 2015 in Malta,
Europe. The Annual Meeting will be linked to an
International Workshop on Crowdsourcing of Land Information,
co-organised by FIG Commission 3 and Commission 7.
The most interesting theme of the Workshop
and high-level presentations linking subjects from the
perspectives of both Commissions involved as well as the
location in the very centre of the Mediterranean Basin with
surrounding countries representing a big variety of professional
background lets expect a vibrant event.
The planning for the sessions will be twofold – while Commission
3 has launched a call for peer reviewed papers, Commission 7
stays as before with invited speakers and non-peer reviewed
papers for the Annual Meeting. Delegates are welcome to submit
their proposals to
email@example.com. If you wish to apply for a
peer-reviewed paper, please go to the website of Commission3, if
the subject is within the scope of the call.
A special thank to the director of the
organising committee, well known FIG colleague Randolph
Camilleri, who has put all his efforts to arrange for the
meeting at an excellent venue in Malta and to provide an
attractive programme for accompanying persons and a social
programme for the Delegates. And thanks to Robin McLaren, Chair
of WG 7.3 for strongly supporting for arranging for the
Technical Sessions of Com7.
International FIG Workshop on "The Role of Land
Professionals and SDI in Disaster Risk Reduction: In the Context
of Post 2015 Nepal Earthquake
The second big FIG Commission 7 event during this autumn is the
International FIG Workshop on "The Role of Land Professionals and
SDI in Disaster Risk Reduction: In the Context of Post 2015 Nepal
Earthquake” on 25-27 November 2015 in Kathmandu/Nepal jointly
organised by FIG Commission 2, Commission 7, ISPRS Working Group IV/4
together with the Nepal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (NICS) and the
Nepal Remote Sensing and Photogrammetric Society (NRSPS).
This Workshop addresses a highly relevant topic in the wider region and
will be a pilot for the 2016 Working Week in New Zealand, which will focus
on recovery from disaster. WG 7.2 is strongly engaged into this event.
Thanks to our colleagues in Nepal for organising this event under
challenging conditions at the early stage and for taking up this topic!
More information about registration, call for papers see