With the “Geospatial information for a smarter life and environmental resilience” theme, the FIG Working Week will take place in Hanoi from 22nd to 26th of April 2019.
The FIG Working Week will focus on tackling the climate changes by working towards a smarter life both through the development of smart cities and also in rural areas. Spatial information, big data, surveying, BIM, land administration and much more are essential factors in this development.
FIG Working Week is the main event of the year for all ten FIG technical Commissions, as well as Networks and Permanent Institutions. Therefore, proposals for papers non-peer review and peer review are requested in all topics of interest of the following:
Commission 1 – Professional Standards and Practice
Commission 2 – Professional Education
Commission 3 – Spatial Information Management (SIM)
Commission 4 – Hydrography
Commission 5 – Positioning and Measurement
Commission 6 – Engineering Surveys
Commission 7 – Cadastre and Land Management
Commission 8 – Spatial Planning and Development
Commission 9 – Valuation and the Management of Real Estate
Commission 10 – Construction Economics and Management
FIG Young Surveyors Network would like to see contributions from young surveyors in all 10 Commissions.
Papers are also invited on the areas of the FIG Networks:
- FIG Standard Network
- Regional Capacity Development Network
This year, at the FIG Working Week, there will be Russian- and French-speaking sessions.