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FIG Congress 2022 - Submit your abstract now
BE PART OF THE TECHNICAL PROGRAMME AT FIG CONGRESS 2022
FIG is excited to invite you to the FIG Congress 2022 and is determined to bring our global community together again at the FIG Congress 2022 - physically (and virtually). As the Congress is now taking shape we invite you to submit an abstract for this exciting event.
Get the chance to re-connect, learn and inspire at FIG Congress 2022 in Warsaw, Poland!
FIG and the local organisers from SGP, Poland, are looking forward to seeing you at FIG Congress 2022 and we will offer you intensive learning, and an opportunity to exchange knowledge and experiences during pre-workshops/seminars, sessions, and to be part of the FIG Community.
Authors take an active part in the FIG Congress 2022 – submit your abstract now! Do you have an inspiring story to tell and interesting findings to present? Then we are pleased to invite you to submit an abstract.
The deadline is coming up soon:
31 January 2022 (full paper: 10 April 2022)
The overall theme of FIG Congress 2022 is:
Volunteering for the future – Geospatial excellence for a better living
The surveying profession has changed radically over the years. Geo-information and all related professions and topics are seen in a much broader context and as public goods and beneficial for the well-being and betterment of the entire society.
Surveyors and geospatial experts of today are profiting from the latest technological developments, which requires that our profession can use this potential. Examples are the development that have taken place during the times of COVID19, how to optimally use open access to data and how surveyors can beneficially connect with and convince our partners from other disciplines that despite progress and automation of measurement techniques with tools and methods available for everyone, they still need surveyors.
All these issues will be explored with the following subthemes and we invite high quality contributions of practitioners and researchers to submit abstracts to the general FIG Commission topics and to these specific sub-themes:
1. Surveyor 4.0 - future applications for cadastre, environmental questions, engineering and mining
The technologists say that we are at the beginning or even in the middle of the 4th industrial revolution and Surveyors have always been strongly associated with the most modern ways of presenting data
2. Our profession in and after covid times
The pandemic created new limitations but at the same time it offered also new opportunities. Because every crisis brings new chances, it would be wonderful to share during the Congress the new experiences and approaches.
3. Open access - are these the bullet points of the future roadmap?
What are the aspects, consequences, benefits and disadvantages of the open access to data approach?
4. Surveying competence for other disciplines
Today we do not only measure and “deliver” a map as the final product. Together with other disciplines new geospatial products which are often of a multi-purpose-use are designed and developed according to the specific needs of the potential users.
The FIG Congress will be the major event in 2022 in the global community of surveying and geospatial professionals. It is organised by FIG - International Federation of Surveyors and the local host SGP – Association of Polish Surveyors.
The main objective of the FIG Congress is to once again being able to gather experts, scientists, policy- and decision-makers, students, and stakeholders from all over the world to join discussions on issues affecting the international surveying and spatial community - face-to-face!