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MAPPING THE FUTURE OF LAND ADMINISTRATION

Centre for Spatial Data Infrastructures and Land Administration (CSDILA)

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FIG Commissions 2 & 7

Celebrating 20 Years of Research Excellence

20 - 23 September 2021

The Conference & CSDILA's 20 Years Celebration Event 

Melbourne, Australia

Interactive Workshops & Hands-on Training

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The Conference

Celebrating 20 Years of Research and Training Excellence

This year the Centre for SDIs and Land Administration is celebrating 20 years of world-class research and training at the University of Melbourne. To commemorate this milestone, CSDILA will be holding a major event comprising a number of events in the 3rd week of September (20-23), including 2 intensive trainings, a conference in collaboration with FIG Commission 7, and a Strategic Forum to set the future agenda, and celebration event. Industry, government, and academics are all invited to register their interest in these events, either as guests, presenters, or both.

 
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The Collaboration

Working Together Towards A More Sustainable Future

CSDILA is very pleased to be collaborating with the International Federation of Surveyors (FIG) to bring together a conference of leading-edge presentations and information sessions. Professionals in the field of mapping and geospatial sciences will hear the latest research and breakthroughs and be able to network with other leading thinkers in this space.

 

The Speakers

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The Partners

 
 

About CSDILA

The Centre for Spatial Data Infrastructures and Land Administration (CSDILA) was established at the University of Melbourne in November 2001. The vision for the Centre was, and continues to be, to drive the evolving concept of spatial data infrastructures to develop virtual information systems that integrate data and make it accessible for solving the demands facing modern society. We achieve this by undertaking research in Land Administration Systems (LAS) and Spatial Data Infrastructures (SDI), particularly to pioneer ways of supporting sustainability of land uses and the alleviation of poverty.