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Common Vision Conference 2016 – a big success of joint efforts

More than 175 participants from national mapping cadastre & land registry authorities, public, private sector and academia attended the very well organized conference hosted by Kadaster en Amsterdam. It has been organised for the first time with the 5 Common Vision partners EuroGeographics, EULIS, PCC, CLGE and ELRA and welcomed representatives of EuroSDR, GSDI and FIG Young Surveyors as well. Program y presentations

 The 5th International FIG 3D Cadastre Workshop will be organized on 18-20 October 2016.

The organization is combined with the 3D GeoInfo Conference (20-21 October 2016) into the Joint 3D Athens Conference 2016, Greece (http://3dathens2016.gr/site/).

More information can be found on the 3D Cadastre Workshop website http://www.gdmc.nl/3DCadastres/workshop2016/. Deadline for the submission of extended abstracts is 15 May 2016 (and accepted full papers 1 September 2014). For the 3D GeoInfo conference the submission deadline for full papers is 20 May 2016 (see http://3dathens2016.gr/site/?page_id=23954).

 Common Vision Conference from 5 – 7 June 2016

Common Vision Conference from 5 – 7 June 2016

 PCC Conference and Plenary Meeting in Luxemburg, 12 -14 November 2015

 PCC Conference and Plenary Meeting will be held on 12 – 13 May 2015 at the Conference Centre in the Hotel “Alberts”. 33 Dzirnavu Street, Riga, Latvia.

AGENDA

INVITATION TO THE PCC CONFERENCE AND PLENARY MEETING

Practical information.

Tuesday, May 12

09:50 – 11:00. SESSION I - DIGITAL INFRASTRUCTURE FOR LAND ADMINISTRATION.
Chair: Elita Baklane – Ansberga, Director General of the State Land Service, Latvia

09:50 – 10:10

Arnis  Daugulis,  Deputy  State Secretary  (ICT  &  e-Government)  of  the  Ministry of Environmental Protection and Regional Development of the Republic of Latvia

10:10 – 10:30

Latvia`s Digital Accomplishments - Foundation for the Future Growth.
Uldis Tatarčuks, Chief Technology Officer of Lattelecom, Latvia

10:30 – 10:50

Development Towards Dynamic Cadastre Information System in Latvia.
Elita Baklane – Ansberga, Director General of the State Land Service, Latvia

11:30 – 12:40. SESSION II – NEW SOURCES AND QUALITY OF CADASTRAL DATA – 1
Chair: Viesturs Aigars, Project Manager of the State Land Service, Latvia

11:30 – 11:50

Towards a Comprehensive and Continuously Updated Swedish Cadastre
Kristin  Land,  Coordinator  of  Research  and  International Relations  of  Lantmäteriet, Sweden

11:50 – 12:10

Integrated Use and Re-Use of Legal, Fiscal and Spatial Cadastral Data in the Cyprus Integrated Land Information System.
Neoclis Neocleous, Senior Lands Officer of Department of Lands and Surveys, Cyprus

12:10 – 12:30

Use of LiDAR and other Techniques to Detect the Changes in the Territory for the Cadastral Regularization Procedure. A Way to Combat Real Property Tax Fraud and Boost  Local Finance.
Amalia Velasco Martín-Varés, International Affairs Coordinator of Spanish Directorate General for Cadastre

13:40 – 14:45. SESSION III - NEW SOURCES AND QUALITY OF CADASTRAL DATA – 2
Chair: Viesturs Aigars, Project Manager of the State Land Service, Latvia

13:40 – 14:00

CitiGeo: Citizen Participation in Cadastral Surveying.
Marc Nicodet, Head of Federal Directorate of Cadastral Surveying, Federal Office of Topography Swisstopo, Switzerland

14:00 – 14:20

Evolution of the Quality of  the  Cadastral Map in the Netherlands:  Balancing Users' Demands and Process Optimization.
Martin  Salzmann,  Director  of  Strategy  and  Policy,  Cadastre,  Land  Registry and Mapping Agency, the Netherlands

14:20 – 14:35

Monitoring of  Buildings and Land Use Types with Remote Sensing Data.
Aldis Rausis, Manager of Cadastral Development of the State Land Service, Latvia

15:00 – 17:00. SESSION IV – OPEN DATA IN RELATION TO THE CADASTRAL AND ADDRESS DATA
Chair: Julius Ernst, Deputy Director of Division for Verification and Cadastral Offices, BEV- Federal Office for Metrology and Surveying, Austria

15:00 – 15:20

Overview of the Open Data Questionnaire 2015.
Viesturs Aigars, Project Manager of the State Land Service, Latvia

Wednesday, May 13

09:00 – 10:40. SESSION V – ESSENTIONAL CADASTRAL ACTIVITIES
Chair: Aldis Rausis, Manager of Cadastral Development of the State Land Service, Latvia

09:00 – 09:20

Planned Changes to Registration of Data Concerning Real Property.
Vibeke Stærdahl Nielsen, Surveyor of Danish Geodata Agency

09:20 – 09:45

Introducing 3D Properties and Building Digital Customer Processes.
Pekka Halme, Director of Strategic Development of National Land Survey of Finland

09:45 – 10:05

Integrated Processing of Digital Cadastral Data in Lithuania.
Rimantas Ramanauskas, Deputy Director General of the State Enterprise Centre of Registers, Lithuania
Alvydas Janulevicius, Chief Expert on Real Property Surveying of State Enterprise Centre of Registers, Lithuania

10:05 – 10:30

“Estonian e-Cadastre,Cadastral Workbench Overview for Electronic Proceedings”.
Priit Kuus, Deputy Head of Department of Land Cadastre of Estonian Land Board

11:00 – 12:20. SESSION VI – COOPERATION WITH INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
Chair: Dave Lovell, Secretary General and Executive Director, EuroGeographics, Belgium

11:00 – 11:10

EULIS: Update on the Interconnection of Land Registers and Cadastres.
Rik Wouter, EULIS Managing Director, the Netherlands

11:10 – 11:30

ELF Main Achievements - Emphasis on Themes Cadastral Parcels, Buildings and Addresses.
Dominique Laurent, INSPIRE expert, Institut National de l’Information Géographique et Forestière, France

11:30 – 11:50

Enhancing  Our  3D-Abilities:  Lessons  Learned  from  the Interest Group.
Martin Salzman, President of EuroSDR, Belgium

11:50 – 12:10

Marine Cadastre, a Step in the Future of the Blue Economy.
Maurice Barbieri, President of CLGE, Belgium

13:00 – 14:30. PCC PLENARY SESSION
Chair: Elita Baklane – Ansberga, Director General of the State Land Service, Latvia

13:00 – 13:30

Summary of the Latvian Presidency of the PCC

13:30 – 13:45

Presentation by the Incoming Luxembourg Presidency

13:45 – 14:00

Handover Insignia

14:00 – 14:30

Closing of the PCC Conference and Plenary Meeting

 

Meeting of the Permanent Committee on Cadastre in the European Union Under the Italian presidency. Roma 20th and 21st November 2014.

Thursday, 20 November

Session 1 -The real estate information system managed by Agenzia delle Entrate
Chair: Franco Maggio, Central Director for Cadastre and Cartography, Agenzia delle Entrate

10:00 – 10:15

The Italian cadastral system as a support to land management
Franco Maggio, Central Director for Cadastre and Cartography, Agenzia delle Entrate, Italy

10:15 – 10:30

The evolution of the cartographic system for land management
Flavio Ferrante, Head of Cartographic Services Sector, Central Directorate Cadastre and Cartography, Agenzia delle Entrate, Italy

10:30 – 10:45

Updating of the Building Cadastre through the IT application «Docfa»
Lucio Tropia, Head of Services Development Office, Central Directorate Cadastre and Cartography, Agenzia delle Entrate, Italy

11:30 – 11:45

The Italian experience of the Real estate market Observatory
Gianni Guerrieri, Central Director Real Estate Market Observatory and Appraisal Services, Agenzia delle Entrate, Italy

11:45 – 12:00

The land registration system in Italy – Principles, organization and evolution
Aldo de Luca, Central Director Land Registration and Legal Affairs, Agenzia delle Entrate, Italy

12:00 – 12:15

Innovation, quality and improvement of cadastral services
Cristiano Cannarsa, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Sogei – Società Generale d’Informatica SpA, Italy

12:45 – 13:00

Group photo

Session 2 – Cadastral data quality recovery to foster the integration of real estate information
Chair: Pekka Halme, Director of Strategic Development, National Land Survey, Finland

15:00 – 15:15

Consistency and completeness of cadastral data in the perspective of an integrated real estate system
Marco Garcea, Head of Projects Sector, Central Directorate Cadastre and Cartography, Agenzia delle Entrate, Italy

15:15 – 15:30

Polish integrated system of information on real estate and impact of the quality of cadastral data on the process of establishing it
Jarosław Wysocki, Director of Real Estate Information Department, Head Office of Geodesy and Cartography, Poland

15:30 – 15:45

The cadastral information system of Geodesy, Cartography and   Cadastre Agency
Stefan Petrov, Head of GIS Department, Geodesy, Cartography and Cadastre Agency, Bulgaria

15:45 – 16:00

The use of ‘boundary delimitation’ maps made by private surveyors for the updating of the cadastral data
Marc Vanderschueren, Director/Surveyor in charge of the International Relations, General Administration of Patrimonial Documentation (Cadastre-Registration-Mortgage Service), Belgium

16:00 – 16:15

The Spanish cadastre: collaborative maintenance and dissemination
Amalia Velasco, International Affairs Coordinator, Directorate General for Cadastre, Spain

Friday, 21 November

Session 3 – The address registers and the cadastral data bases
Chair: Julius Ernst - Deputy Director of Division for Verification and Cadastral Offices, BEV- Bundesamt für Eich-und Vermessungswesen, Austria

9:30 – 9:45

The national archive of urban street numbers (ANNCSU)
Paolo Benetton, Head of IT Relations Office, Central Directorate Cadastre and Cartography, Agenzia delle Entrate, Italy

9:45 – 10:00

Address register in connection with cadastral information system
Viesturs Aigars, Project Manager, Data Analysis and Exchange Division, State Land Service, Latvia

10:00 – 10:15

Addresses in Sweden – Description of the update process and the collaboration with the Swedish municipalities
Ulrika Roos, Business Developer, Geographic and Land Information Division, Lantmäteriet - The mapping, cadastral and land registration authority, Sweden

10:15 – 10:30

Latest developments in Polish register of addresses
Ewelina Brzezińska, Specialist, Department of Information Properties, Head Office of Geodesy and Cartography, Poland

10:30 – 10:45

The registry of territorial identification, addresses and real estates
Jaroslav Bačina, Regional Director, Czech Office for Surveying, Mapping and Cadastre, Czech Republic

Session 4 – Cooperation with the other international organizations
Chair: Evangelia Balla, Member of Scientific Council, National Cadastre and Mapping Agency S.A., Greece

11:45 – 12:00

Portal of the coastline and the sea, the French solution
Nicolas Smith, Vice President, Council of European Geodetic Surveyors -CLGE

12:00 – 12:15

The merger of cadastre and land registry in a wider perspective
Rik Wouters, Member of the Bureau, WPLA

12:15 – 12:30

Hand-in-hand, we can achieve great things!
Dave Lovell, Executive Director, EuroGeographics

Final session focussed on the Permanent Committee on Cadastre

14:00 – 15:30

PCC Plenary Meeting

15:30 – 15:45

Presentation of the Latvian Presidency programme

15:45 – 16:00

Handover of the PCC insignia to the new Presidency

 Hellenic Presidency of the Permanent Committee on Cadastre in the E.U. (PCC).
 Conference & Plenary Meeting, 23rd – 25th June 2014.

  • CONFERENCE DAY 1: MONDAY, JUNE 23RD 2014 (VENUE: THE ZAPPEION MEGARON)
    • OPENING:
      • Welcome message. Hellenic Presidency of the PCC.
      • Welcome keynote address. Prof. Ioannis Maniatis, Minister of Environment, Energy & Climate Change
    • SESSION I
      • LATEST DEVELOPMENTS IN EUROPEAN CADASTRAL SYSTEMS I: AN OVERVIEW AND AN EVALUATION OF THE HELLENIC CADASTRE SYSTEM: NEXT STEPS. Chair: Socrates Alexiadis, Secretary General for Regional Planning & Urban Development
      • Current Status of the Hellenic Cadastre. Elias Liakopoulos, Chairman of the BoD & Managing Director, NCMA S.A., GREECE
      • The Hellenic Cadastre Project towards 2020: Planning the future. Dimitris Rokos, Director of Planning and Investment Programmes, NCMA S.A., GREECE
    • SESSION II
      • LATEST DEVELOPMENTS IN EUROPEAN CADASTRAL SYSTEMS II: Chair: Panos Lolonis, Deputy Chair of the Committee of the Hellenic Presidency of the PCC. Rapporteur: Kristin Land, Lantmäteriet, Sweden
      • Serving users needs for appropriate cadastral information – The Austrian approach. Julius Ernst, Deputy Director of Division for Verification and Cadastral Offices, BEV‐Federal. Office for Metrology and Surveying, AUSTRIA
      • Upgrading the Cyprus integrated Land Information System. Neoclis Neocleous, Senior Land Officer/LIS Manager, Department of Lands & Surveys, CYPRUS
      • The Estonian Cadastre in the digital era. Priit Kuus, Deputy Head of Department of Land Cadastre, Estonian LandBoard, ESTONIA
      • Recent developments and trends in the German cadastre. Marcus Wandinger, Secretary General, Working Committee of the Surveying Authorities of the Länder of the Federal Republic of Germany (AdV), GERMANY
    • SESSION III
      • LATEST DEVELOPMENTS IN EUROPEAN CADASTRAL SYSTEMS III. Chair: Panos Lolonis, Deputy Chair of the Committee of the Hellenic Presidency of the PCC. Rapporteur: Kristin Land, Lantmateriet, Sweden
      • Provision of Electronic Cadastral Data for the Administration of Municipalities Rimantas Ramanauskas, Deputy Director General, State Enterprise Centre of Registers, LITHUANIA
      • Two new important procedures in the Spanish Cadastre. Amalia Velasco, International Affairs Coordinator, Spanish Directorate General for Cadastre, SPAIN
      • The role of publicly appointed surveyors in the European Cadastral Systems. Clemens Kiepke, Publicly appointed Surveyor from Germany, The Council of European Geodetic Surveyors, CLGE
      • Reorganizing the National Cadastral Agency to Achieve a Better Effect in the Society Pekka Halme, Director of Strategic Development, National Land Survey of Finland, FINLAND
      • The Cadastral Template with Web 2.0 Technology. Daniel Steudler, Swiss Delegate to FIG‐Commission 7, Chair of FIG‐TF “Spatially Enabled Society”, FIG
         
  • CONFERENCE DAY 2: TUESDAY, JUNE 24TH 2014 (VENUE: THE ZAPPEION MEGARON)
    • SESSION IV.
      • THE ROLE OF MULTIPURPOSE CADASTRES, GEOINFORMATION SYSTEMS & NSDI IN MARITIME POLICIES AND BLUE GROWTH. Chair: Annie Katsina, National Cadastre & Mapping Agency S.A., Greece. Rapporteur: Martin Salzmann, Kadaster, Netherlands
      • The Directive on Maritime Spatial Planning: A support for Blue Growth and sustainability Sylvain Gambert, Policy Officer, Directorate‐General for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries. Maritime Policy Baltic and North Sea – Maritime Spatial Planning, EUROPEAN COMMISSION
      • Seabed Information Systems: Presentation of the project of a coastal and maritime portal in France. Nicolas Smith, Géomètre‐Expert, OGE, The Council of European Geodetic Surveyors, CLGE
      • Design and Implementation of the Marine Cadastre in Greece. Apostolos Arvanitis & Ioanna Parri, Department of Cadastre, Photogrammetry and Cartography, School of Rural and Surveying Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH), GREECE
      • SAME SEAS, DIFFERENT COASTLINES: Disparities in the national demarcations of coastlines across the EU and their legal and policy implications. Rachelle Alterman, Professor, Technion Institute of Technology, Initiator and Head of the EUMed strategic project "Mare Nostrum", ISRAEL
    • SESSION V
      • FROM “CADASTRE 2014” TO “CADASTRE 2034”. Chair: Dimitris Rokos, National Cadastre & Mapping Agency S.A., Greece. Rapporteur: Neocles Neocleous, Department of Lands & Surveys, Cyprus
      • Status of the Swedish cadastre in relation to “Cadastre 2014”. Kristin Land, Cadastral Services Division, Lantmateriet – the Swedish mapping, cadastral and land registration authority, SWEDEN
      • From Cadastre 2014 to Cadastre 2034: The Slovak Republic perspective Matúš Fojtl, International Relations Department Officer, Geodesy, Cartography and Cadastre Authority of the Slovak Republic, SLOVAK REPUBLIC
      • Benchmarking of the Hellenic Cadastre with respect to Cadastre 2014 and future prospects. Panos Lolonis, Deputy Chair of the Committee of the Hellenic Presidency of the PCC
      • Cadastre 2014: A successful story in Switzerland. Daniel Steudler, Licensed Cadastral Land Surveyor, Swiss Federal Office of Topography, Federal Directorate for Cadastral Surveying, SWITZERLAND
    • SESSION VI
      • FROM “CADASTRE 2014” TO “CADASTRE 2034”. Chair: Dimitris Rokos, National Cadastre & Mapping Agency S.A., Greece. Rapporteur: Neocles Neocleous, Department of Lands & Surveys, Cyprus.
      • Further steps of development to Cadastre 2034. Jürg Kaufmann, Co‐author of “Cadastre 2014”
      • Towards Cadastre 2034: Challenges and opportunities. Martin Salzmann, Director of Strategy and Policy, Cadastre, Land Registry and Mapping Agency of the Netherlands (Kadaster), NETHERLANDS
      • New Technologies in Land Administration Chryssy Potsiou, WPLA Bureau Member, FIG Vice‐President, UNECE WPLA
      • Prior cadastral identification in the Kingdom of Belgium and the use of the reference of a boundary delimitation map
        Marc Vanderschueren, Advisor/Surveyor, Directorate of the Cell of the International Affairs of the General Administration of the Patrimonial Documentation, BELGIUM
      • Overview of the status of Cadastral Systems with respect to Cadastre 2014 and visions for future Cadastres
        Panos Lolonis, Deputy Chair of the Committee of the Hellenic Presidency of the PCC
    • SESSION VII
      • COOPERATION AMONG EUROPEAN INSTITUTIONS: CURRENT PROJECTS. Chair: Annie Katsina, National Cadastre & Mapping Agency S.A., Greece. Rapporteur: Julius Ernst, BEV‐Federal Office for Metrology and Surveying, Austria
      • A Vision for Land Governance and Cooperation in Europe. Elshad Khanalibayli, Chair of UNECE Working Party on Land Administration, UNECE WPLA
      • BlueParking.eu, a project by European Surveyors for the Society Maurice Barbieri, Chair of IG‐PARLS, Board Member of The Council of European Geodetic. Surveyors, CLGE
      • Making the EULIS‐platform more attractive Rik Wouters, Managing Director, EULIS
      • The European Land Registry Association – Current Projects. Alasdair Lewis, President, European Land Registry Association, ELRA
      • A global initiative for a transparent and efficient property market: IPMS‐C. Ken Creighton, RICS Director of Professional Standards, IPMSC Chair, IPMS‐C

       
  • CONFERENCE DAY 3: WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25TH 2014 (VENUE: THE ACROPOLIS MUSEUM)
    • SESSION VIII.
      • EXPLORING THE FUTURE OF THE CADASTRE IN THE EU. Chair: Evangelia Balla, Chair of the Committee of the Hellenic Presidency of the PCC. Rapporteur: Pekka Halme, National Land Survey of Finland, Finland.
      • Inspired cadastre ‐ progress and challenges. Robert Konrad, Head of Unit Governance, Information and Reporting from Directorate General of Environment, EUROPEAN COMMISSION
      • Land Registers Interconnection. Karina Chamakhova, IT Project Manager ‐ European e‐Justice Portal, Unit B2 (Criminal Law), DG Justice, EUROPEAN COMMISSION
      • A European perspective in Cadastre – are we prepared?. Julius Ernst, Chair of the Cadastre and Land Registry Knowledge Exchange Network, EUROGEOGRAPHICS.
      • The Common Vision on Cadastre & Land Registry in Europe: Next Steps. HELLENIC PRESIDENCY OF THE PCC
    • PCC PLENARY MEETING & CLOSING SESSION
      • Exploring the future role of the PCC in the E.U.: Facts and Challenges. Evangelia Balla, Chair of the Committee of the Hellenic Presidency of the PCC
      • PCC PLENARY MEETING
      • Summary of the activities of the Hellenic Presidency & reports by session chairs
      • Presentation by the incoming Italian Presidency
      • Handover Insignia

 

 PCC conference in Vilnius.
  22-23 October 2013.

 PCC conference in Dublin.
 PERMANENT COMMITTEE ON THE CADASTRE IRISH PRESIDENCY 20th – 21st June 2013

 

 PCC meeting, Intercontinental Aphrodite Hills Resort 
 November 29-30, Paphos (Cyprus)

 PCC plenary meeting with the Cadastre and Land Registry Knowledge Exchange Network under EuroGeographics – C&LR KEN.
  May 31st and June 1st 2012, Copenhagen (Denmark)

 3rd Cadastral Congress: Cadastre in Sustainable Spatial Management
 23-25 November 2011: Warsan (Poland)

 PCC plenary meeting
 21-22 November 2011: Warsan (Poland)

2 September 2011: Warsan (Poland), "Working meeting of the PCC members with the EuroGeographics in regard to the proposal for strengthening cooperation". 9-10 June 2011: Budapest (Hungary), Conference and Plenary Meeting of the Permanent Committee on Cadastre in the European Union.

9-10 December 2010: Brussels (Belgium), Symposium Permanent Committee on Cadastre in the European Union.

2 June 2010: Madrid (Spain), Conference on Cadastre, Public Policies and Economic Activity and Plenary meeting of the PCC 10-11th December 2009: Tällberg (Sweden), Plenary meeting of the PCC and Joint PCC and EuroGeographics Workshop on Cadastral Systems
    • Agenda.
    • Participants.
    • Photo Gallery.
    • Presentations:
      10 December:
      Formal property rights as a tool for combating poverty - Recent development and trends

      • Welcome note (Stig Jonsson) (pdf).
      • Property rights, economic development and poverty reduction in practice. (Tommy Österberg) (pdf)
      • Land management in practice from a donor perspective (Annakarin Lindberg) (pdf).
      • Development of property rights in Indonesia (Anders Åberg) (pdf).

      The development of real estate markets during the coming years

      • Current situation in central Europe (Svatava Dokoupilova)(pdf).

      11 December:
      Meeting of the Permanent Committee on Cadastre in the EU

      • Summery of the Swedish PCC Presidency (Stig Jönsson) (pdf).
      • Presentation of the Spanish Presidency Work Program (Ignacio Durán & Amalia Velasco) (pdf) .
           
4-5 th June 2009: Prague (Czech Republic), PCC Joint workshop and Plenary meeting 3 February 2009: Vienna (Austria), Joint Working Group on Cadastral Parcel of the PCC and EuroGeographics
Meeting to inform the members of the PCC and EG about the draft on the INSPIRE Data Specification of Cadastral Parcels, will be organised at the BEV.
10-12 th December 2008: Rome (Italy), PCC meeting

26-27 th June 2008: Bled (Slovenia), PCC plenary meeting

27-28 th March 2008. PCC Enlarged Steering Committee Meeting in Ljubljana (Slovenia)

 
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