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#7An introduction to ISO 19131 data product specification international standardMost ISO 19100 standards are not very widely implemented and perhaps are more reference documents forming in some way an encyclopaedia of fundamental concepts in the field of Geographic Information (GI) than ready-to-use standards. But ISO 19131:2007 Geographic information – Data product specification is one of the more important exceptions: this is one of the most useful and needed ISO/TC211 international standards and probably to study it is the most natural way of getting familiar with the complexity of the ISO 19100 suite of standards.
ISO 19131 introduces in the centre of the framework established by GI standards the fundamental concept of GI data product and defines a standardized way of describing it considering its more relevant aspects, each one defined by other ISO 19100 standards.
In those sessions, a brief introduction to the philosophy and main concepts of the standard is provided, its role and relationships with other standards are described and all its technical aspects are explained from a theoretical point of view and with the help of some practical examples.
Antonio Rodríguez Pascual
03-06-2020
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Language: English with simultaneous translation to Russian.
Interpreter: Boris Zhukov
Videoconference tool: Zoom
Maryna Litreyevalitreeva_m@nca.by
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Elena Dubovikdubovikh@gmail.com
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Aleksei Dubkovdubkovaleksei@gmail.com
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Natallia Drazdovadrozdova.n.n@gmail.com
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Anton Gapeevgapeev@nca.by
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#1Economic and technical KPIs of cadastral registration systemsEconomic and technical Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) of cadastral registration systems legal acts that regulate KPIs, methods for calculating KPIs, reporting forms for evaluating the effectiveness of a cadastral registration system: The Spanish Ministry of Finance has a system of effectiveness, quality and efficiency indexes by which it measures and synthesizes the activity of all its offices and employees. They measure which tasks need to be done, which have been done and which are still pending, and with what means they have been done. The General Directorate of Cadastre has adapted these indexes to establish its plan of objectives, for more than 20 years. The development of a Strategic Plan, allows us to draw up the necessary way to get our goals. Any proposed strategy implies active participation of all the members of the cadastral organization, managers and employers in general, whose work must prioritise the operative goals, allow the correct use of the resources, and guarantee the best quality of the process and cadastral products. Management by Goals is the essential way in a complex organization such as Cadastre, a technique that allows to move strategic goals into specific goals for all Cadastre personal, avoiding repeated efforts and distracting resources in non-fundamental activitiesAna Isabel Martos
10-06-2020
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11-06-2020
Language: English with simultaneous translation to Russian.
Interpreter: Boris Zhukov
Videoconference tool: Zoom
Kiryl Slabodzichkas2800595@gmail.com
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Andrei Filipenkafilipenko@nca.by
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Tatiana Luschiktl@nca.by
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Alesia Yanchikol.kukanova@gmail.com
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Ivan Romanchikromanchik@nca.by
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Elena Dubovikdubovikh@gmail.com
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Aleksandr Korankoren@nca.by
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Aleksei Dubkovdubkovaleksei@gmail.com
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Yuliya YakubovichYakubovich@nca.by
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Yulia Davydovichdavidovich@nca.by
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Natallia Drazdovadrozdova.n.n@gmail.com
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Anton Gapeevgapeev@nca.by
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#2Registration and recording of changes in the administrative and territorial arrangement of SpainRegistration and recording of changes in the administrative and territorial arrangement of Spain:
This session will review the entire process of registration and maintenance of cadastral records carried out by the General Directorate of Cadastre in Spain. The entire life cycle will be covered: citizens, regional cadastral offices, notaries, land registrars, and departments of control and supervision, computer science, etc. This will provide a broad view of the process of registration and maintenance of cadastral data both alphanumeric and geospatial.

Jesús Puebla

Ignacio González Tomé
16-06-2020
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Language: Spanish with simultaneous translation to Russian.
Interpreter: Victoria Gurinovich
Videoconference tool: Zoom
Victoria Smertevavsmerteva520@gmail.com
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CV Jesús PueblaElena Dubovikdubovikh@gmail.com
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CV Ignacio GonzálezElena Kurashevakurashova@nca.by
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Tatiana Luschiktl@nca.by
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Aleksandr Korankoren@nca.by
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Maria Lappomarya.senko.w@gmail.com
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Anton Harankougorankov.a97@gmail.com
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Aleksandr Kuharchikkukharchik@nca.by
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Lada Pasekashaitor@nca.by
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Natallia Drazdovadrozdova.n.n@gmail.com
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Anton Gapeevgapeev@nca.by
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#3Automatic building detection using aerial viewAutomatic building detection using aerial view. This action will focus on techniques for aerial and non-aerial detection of buildings, management tasks and benefit analysis, regulation design and a special view of relevant Spanish practices.
The General Direction of the Cadastre of Spain during the years 2013 to 2018, carried out a special plan of works, called a plan of cadastral regularization, that was supposed to update construction data in more than 2 million parcels. The plan was based on the detection of omitted constructions, extensions and other works by means of comparing cadastral cartography with orthophotographs of the land. In addition, in some cases, facade photographs were taken that allowed the detection of remodeling of buildings, such as the construction of an additional floor. Currently, an attempt is being made to carry out some automated detection tests based on the comparison of orthophoto coverage of different dates, pixel by pixel, by artificial intelligence and with the help of LIDAR. But for now these are only tests.
Ana Mateo
30-06-2020
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01-07-2020
Language: English with simultaneous translation to Russian.
Interpreter: Boris Zhukov
Videoconference tool: Zoom
Maria Lappomarya.senko.w@gmail.com
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Maryna Litreyevalitreeva_m@nca.by
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Elena Dubovikdubovikh@gmail.com
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Aleksandr Korankoren@nca.by
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Alesia Yanchikol.kukanova@gmail.com
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Aleksandr Kuharchikkukharchik@nca.by
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Valeriy Samusevvvs@nca.by
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Valeria Zhyhalinazhyhalina@nca.by
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Elena Kurashevakurashova@nca.by
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Zhenya Barashkoz.barashko@mail.ru
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Anton Gapeevgapeev@nca.by
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#4Mapping of postal codes coverageThe assignment of postal codes in Spain corresponds to the entity Correos, which defined them alphanumerically. Correos, with the help of the National Geographic Institute, took this definition to the map of Postal Codes as enclosures that include postal addresses. The cadastre uses the map of postal codes to assign the postal code to its addresses and check that the assignment is correct. But, in addition, these enclosures allow adding cadastral data and offer all kinds of statistical data. Something similar is done with the districts and sections of the population census that also provide for spatial analyses and data grouping.
Javier Luque
21-07-2020
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Language: English with simultaneous translation to Russian.
Interpreter: Boris Zhukov
Videoconference tool: Zoom
Maria Lappomarya.senko.w@gmail.com
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Elena Dubovikdubovikh@gmail.com
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Maryna Litreyevalitreeva_m@nca.by
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Valeria Zhyhalinazhyhalina@nca.by
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Natallia Drazdovadrozdova.n.n@gmail.com
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Anton Gapeevgapeev@nca.by
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Victoria Smertevavsmerteva520@gmail.com
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Olga Popkopopko555@gmail.com
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Aleksandr Kukharchikkukharchik@nca.by
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Ekaterina Tratsevskaya
kuchuk743@gmail.com
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Anton Harankougorankov.a97@gmail.com
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Lada Pasekashaitor@nca.by
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#5The life cycle of metadata in SpainThe life cycle of metadata in Spain (for datasets and services) with real cases. This action will describe the metadata portal management processes.
The main process of Metadata Portal management. Explanation about the work done in Spain:
* Procedure (creation, editing, updating), actors;
* Examples of metadata creation by state organizations and private companies (or another external stakeholder);
* Metadata Portal management processes
Support for creating Belarus Metadata: Cadastral parcel, Address, Geographical names and buildings and their validation

Paloma Abad Power

Laura Alemany
14-07-2020
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Language: English with simultaneous translation to Russian.
Interpreter: Boris Zhukov
Videoconference tool: Zoom
Alessia Yanchikol.kukanova@gmail.com
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Maryna Litreyevalitreeva_m@nca.by
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Elena Dubovikdubovikh@gmail.com
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Natallia Drazdovadrozdova.n.n@gmail.com
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Aliaksandr Korankoren@nca.by
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Aleksandr Kukharchikkukharchik@nca.by
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Anton Harankougorankov.a97@gmail.com
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Anton Gapeevgapeev@nca.by
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Lada Pasekashaitor@nca.by
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#6A practical lesson on GIS spatial analysis, geomarketingA practical lesson on GIS spatial analysis, geomarketing. Explanation of the different types of GIS analysis for vector data: based on attributes, spatial queries or buffer. Implementation stages of a GIS project: feature modelling, data collecting, data integration, analysis and updating. GIS on the web, a case study: SIGNA (National GIS of Spain) where citizens can exploit geographical data with a common browser. A practical approach with QGIS or ArcGIS: loading data, analysis, loading of OGC services, map design, etc.
Celia Sevila Sánchez
07-07-2020
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Language: English with simultaneous translation to Russian.
Interpreter: Boris Zhukov
Videoconference tool: Zoom
Zhenya Barashkoz.barashko@mail.ru; yauhenibarashko@gmail.com
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Elena Dubovikdubovikh@gmail.com
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Valeriy Samusevvvs@nca.by
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Aleksandr Kukharchikkukharchik@nca.by
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Aliaksandr Korankoren@nca.by
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Natallia Drazdovadrozdova.n.n@gmail.com
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Anton Gapeevgapeev@nca.by
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Olga Popkopopko555@gmail.com
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Valeria Zhyhalinazhyhalina@nca.by
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Yulia Lemeshevskayalemeshevskaya@nca.by
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