FIG in Coordinates


An interview with FIG President dr. Chryssy Potsiou
This interview is published in the Coordinates issue 4 Volume XIV, April 2018

April 2015 l LIDAR
Modern acquisition technology of spatial data
By Tosa Ninkov, Vladimir Bulatovic, Zoran Susie, Dejan Vasie and Marko Markovic
The paper was presented at FIG Congress 2014,Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 16 – 21 June 2014.

April 2015 l UAV
Applicability of rotary UAV for vegetable crop investigation
By Insu Lee, Jihun Kang, Kil Jae Lee and Myong kun Lee
The paper was presented at FIG Congress 2014, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 16 – 21 June 2014.

April 2015 l Perspective
Cadastre in a Changing World: Issue and directions
Experts discuss the issue and the directions in cadastre in a changing scenario

February 2015 l LIDAR
Survey requirements for river flood assessment and spacial planning
By Enrico C Paringit, Louie P Balicanta and Czar Jakiri Sarmiento
The paper was presented at FIG Congress 2014, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 16-21 June 2014.

October 2014 l Debate
Sea level change - An inconvenient fact or an irritating fiction?
By John Hannah

August 2014 l Positioning
KOPOS - Kosovo Positioning System
By Murat Meha, Muzafer Caka and Reshat Murati
The paper was presented at FIG Working Week 2013, Abuja, Nigeria, 6-10 May 2013

July 2014 l Navigation
Collaborative Navigation and Guidance in Underground Networkds Using RFID
By Guenther Retscher and Franz Obex
The paper entitled ‘The fourth layer in collaborative navigation – going underground’ published in the proceedings of the XXV FIG Congress in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, in June 16-21, 2014, presented for the fi rst time the concept of using underground structures in emergency situations.

July 2014
FIG Congress celebrated its silver jubilee

June 2014 l Surveying
Climate change and the role of surveyors
By Isaac Boateng

June 2014 l Surveying
Implementing multipurpose cadastre in Malaysia
By Hasan Jamil, Mohd Yunus Mohd Yusoff and Nur Zurairah Abdul Halim
The paper was presented at FIG Working Week, Abuja, Nigeria, 6 - 10 May 2013.

May 2014 l Conference
Spacial Innovation and Good Practices in land Administration Forum

April 2014 l Land administration
Up-to-dateness in Land Administration: Setting the Record Straight
By Ying Jing, RohanBennett and Jaap Zevenbergen
The paper was presented at FIG Working Week 2013, Abuja, Nigeria, 6-10 May 2013

January 2014 l Land administration
Can LADM contribute to a more fair large scale land acquisition?
By Joao Paula Hespanha, Tarun Ghawanam Christiaan Lemmen and Jaap Zevenbergen

December 2013 l Disaster management
Integrated disasters and risk management policy, legislation and regulations
By Wafula Luasi Nabutola

July 2013 l HIS Coordinates
Access to cadastral data on mobile devices is now
By Brent Jones

March 2013 l Surveying
Surveying profession in Nigeria

By Abdul-Lateef Balogun, Abdul Nasir Matori, Yussof Khamaruzaman, Dano Umar Lawal and Imtiaz Chandio
The paper was presented at FIG Young Surveyors Conference 2012, Rome, Italy, 4-5 May 2012

February 2013 l Surveying
Critical Developments in land surveying
By Brian J Coutts and Malcolm McCoy

February 2013 l Land administration
Fast approach cadastral documentation
By Alexander Kohli

December 2012 l Conference
Integrative function on the geo growth market confirmed

November 2012 l Perspective
UN-GGIM: Global vision and perspectives
By Joobin Im

October 2012 l Surveying
Improving cadastral survey procedures using crowd sourcing techniques
By Sofia Basiouka and Chryssy Potsiou

October 2012 l Surveying
Educating surveyors: Some of the challenges
By John Hannah

October 2012 l Land administration
Key demands for sustainable land administration

By Stig Enemark

July 2012 l Spacially enabled government
SEGS: A pro-poor egenda in paramount
Experts raise issues and highlight challenges on Spatially Enabled Government and Society (SEGS) in Land and Poverty Conference organized World Bank during April 23-26, 2012 in Washington DC, USA

March 2012 l Spacially enabled government
Possibility or a dream?
Geospacial experts from different background and part of the world share their viewa on Spacially Enabled Government and Society (SEGS) at UNRCC-PCGIAP Inetrnational Symposium organized by Department of Surveying and Mapping Malaysia during 15-16 February at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. They highlight pertibnent issue, challenges and suggest way forward to achieve the goal

February 2012 l Surveying
Lacting dangerous zones prior to drilling the 57 km long Gotthard Tunnel in Switzerland
By Edi Meier and Ulrich Sambeth
The paper was presented at FIG Working Week 2011, Marrakech, Morocco, 18-22 May 2011

December 2011 l Conference
Beyong Spatial Enablement

December 2011 l Precision Viticulture
Spatially Smart Wine
By Fadhillah Norzahari, Mark Whitty, kate Fairlie, Stephen Cossell, Adrian White, Jose Guivant, Mitchell Leach and Jayantha Katupitiya

November 2011 l Geodesy
Geodesy: Out with the Old, In with the New
By Chris Rizos

October 2011 l Marine Cadastre
Improving the administration of marine and coastal spaces
By Michael Sutherland

September 2011 l Surveying
Making surveying education relevant
By Garfield Young, Martin J Smith and Roger Murphy
The paper was presented at FIG Working Week 2001, Morocco, 18-22 May 2011

May 2011 l Geodesy
The APREF Project
By Lennard Huisman, John Dawson and Peter J G Teunissen

December 2009 l Land administration
Sustainable Land Governance
By Stig Enemark

December 2009 l Surveying
The Tellurometer
By J R Smith

July 2009 l Perspective
Spacial needs political champions

June 2009 l Conference
Re-Engineering the cadastre to support e-Government

October 2008 l LIS
Understanding land administratin systems
By Ian Williamson, Stig Enemark, Jude Wallace and Abbas Rajabifard

September 2008 l Conference
Land administration Trends and issue in the Asia and Pacific

August 2008
Surveyors often forget that they are also managers of spcial information
By TN Wong

July 2008
IGNSS Society announces new President

December 2007 l Conference
ICG providers forum

June 2007
Need for integrating survying and GIS
By Stig Enemark

December 2006
Professor Stig Enemark New FIG President

October 2006 l Conference
Work together for managing disasters

September 2005 l Cadastral data
The role cadastral data modelling in e-land administration
By Kalantari M, RajaBifard A, Wallace J and Williamson I

June 2005 l Conference
"An extraordinary event in an extraordinary country"