FIG Working Week 2019

Categorie:
Internationaal
Labels:
FIG Working Week, Geospatial

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Locatie:
Hanoi, Vietnam
Datum:
maandag, 22 april, 2019 t/m vrijdag, 26 april, 2019
Organisatie:
FIG
Link:
http://www.fig.net/fig2019/registration.htm

FIG Working Week 2019
Hanoi, Vietnam, 22-26 April 2019

Register today for the  80th FIG Working Week “Geospatial information for a smarter life and environmental resilience”, 22-26 April in Hanoi, Vietnam.

To register, please go to www.fig.net/fig2019/registration.htm

Registration to FIG 2019 includes:

  • Three full days brimming with rich, inspirational and highly relevant professional learning opportunities and two General Assembly days.

  • Nine powerful keynote addresses from experts who have worked both within and beyond the surveying/spatial profession

  • The opportunity to choose from 80 sessions covering the entire spectrum of the surveying/spatial profession reflected by the range of the FIG ten technical commissions

  • Access to an inspiring exhibition featuring the latest products and services

  • Unlimited networking opportunities with peers from around the world giving an unrivaled opportunity to discover how others are doing things, meet people who share your passion and share your own knowledge and experiences.

For more information, please visit www.fig.net/fig2019  

What is the FIG Working Week

The FIG Working Week will be the major event 2019 in the global community of surveying and geospatial professionals. It is organised by FIG - International Federation of Surveyors and  VGCR - Vietnam Association of Geodesy, Cartography and Remote Sensing. The main objective of the FIG Working Week is to bring together experts from academia, governments/public administration and industry to report on recent developments, trends and research results. With the theme

Geospatial information for a smarter life and environmental resilience

the conference will focus on how to work towards a smarter life both through the development of smart sustainable cities and the development of rural areas. Spatial information, big data, surveying, BIM, land administration and much more are essential factors in this development.

More information on the FIG Working Week web site: www.fig.net/fig2019