FIG Commission 1

Term 2011-2014

Hightlights Commission Chair
Commission 1 continueed the work on the changing nature of surveying work and the role of the professional, worked at connecting with other like professional commissions operating in regional organizations, built supporting knowledge and materials for surveying professionals. The Commission continued its work in the Standards and Young Surveyors Networks. Ms. Leonie Newnhamn

In the term of office 2011-2014 Commission 1 focused on:

The Commission hosted the inter-commission working group to consider the current and future role of the surveyor, the definition of the surveyor as well as the age-structure within the profession. The other joint working group hosted by Commission 1 studied the technological, methodological and practical as well as legal aspects on the demarcation of international boundaries.

Reports

Publications

Working Groups

Working Group 1.1 - Changing Nature of Work and the Role of a Surveyor (Joint Working Group with Commission 2 )

POLICY ISSUES

CO-CHAIRS:
Winnie Shiu
, Hong Kong SAR, China, e-mail: wshiu[at]hkis.org.hk
Curtis Sumner, USA, e-mail: Curtis.Sumner[at]acsm.net


Working Group 1.2 – Regulation Approaches that Provide Secure Tenure

POLICY ISSUES

CHAIR
Brian Coutts, New Zealand, e-mail: brian.coutts[at]otago.ac.nz


Working Group 1.3 – Community of Practice on Professional Standards and Practice

POLICY ISSUES

CHAIR:
Stephen Djaba, Ghana,. e-mail: Stephen[at]ghana.com


Working Group 1.4 – International Boundary Settlement and Demarcation (Joint Working Group with Commissions 4, 5 and 7)

POLICY ISSUES

CO-CHAIRS:
Dr. Haim Srebro, Israel, e-mail: haim[at]mapi.gov.il
Dr. Bill Robertson, New Zealand, email: billrobertson[at]xtra.co.nz


Working Group 1.5 – Social Media and Surveyors (Joint Working Group with the Young Surveyors Network)

POLICY ISSUES

INTERIM CHAIR
Leonie Newnham, Australia, e-mail: Leonie.Newnham[at]dse.vic.gov.au

 


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