This is the title of the Seminar that will be held in Bogotá, Colombia, the dates 2 to the 26 of November of 2018, organized by the Colombian Association of Cadastral Engineers and Geodests ACICG.
Interesting proposal, in which a great effort has been made to bring together national and international speakers from the institutional, academic and private sectors on the topic of Cadastre; Surely one of the challenges will be the concretion of summaries and systematization of the presented knowledge. Although the name of the seminar is ambitious looking for a vision of Latin America, the seminar comes at a valuable juncture of this tropical country that is experiencing a fever for the modernization of land administration with the coincidence of different cooperation projects, academic initiatives, private and the challenge to maintain the balance by the technical-technological validity with the one to maintain the management of the territory in its initial objective: to create better services to the citizen.
Objectives of the event:
Create a space for participation and interaction of professionals and people linked to the issues of multi-purpose cadastre, which allows the evaluation of the dynamics, as well as the implementation of new technologies in the attainment of the information to be incorporated into the systems that consolidate and administer the data from the multi-purpose cadastre.
Strengthen academic processes and create a space for participation and national and international projection of professionals linked to the cadastral and property management processes.
The agenda of Tuesday 23 of October.
Ing. José Luis Valencia Rojas - President ACICG
William F. Castrillón C. - Academic Vice-Rector UDFJC
Ing. Eduardo Contreras R. Secretary of the Environment-Government of Cundinamarca
Arq. Andrés Ortiz Gómez District Secretary of Planning
Cesar A. Carrillo V. Secretary of Planning Governación de Cundinamarca
Data or infrastructure? - Where to start a cadastral modernization project.
Ignacio Duran Boo - Spain
Vision of Cadastre and registry integration with process approach.
Golgi Alvarez -Honduras - Fabian Mejía -Colombia
Use of the Blockchain for the extension of official documents in Haarlem-Holland.
Jan Koers - Netherlands
Integration of information for Socioeconomic Planning and territorial of Bogotá.
Antonio José Avendaño - Colombia.
Use of information from the Superintendence of Notary and Registry: Automation of name changes, encompassing and unlocking.
Olga Lucia López- Colombia
Towards a land administration using maps and applications that connect the cadastre and the community through ArcGis
Comparison of the metrics used in countries where the IDB has developed the multi-purpose cadastre methodology (Bolivia case).
Sandra Patricia Méndez López-Colombia
Agenda of Wednesday 23 of October
Professionalism in terms of cadastral valuation.
Manuel Alcázar - Spain
Cadastre and legal security in land tenure as a requirement for rural development.
Felipe Fonseca - Colombia
Vision and role of the private sector in the Multi-Land Cadastre.
Carlos Niño - Colombia
Strengthening public finances and project development, with soil management tools.
José Insuasti - Colombia
Impact of decentralization in the maintenance of cadastral information and its link with the academy.
Dante Salvini - Switzerland
Data interoperability through the implementation of the LADM-COL model for the multipurpose cadastre.
Sergio Ramírez and Germán Carrillo - Colombia
Spatial geodesy GNSS, sustainable development and multipurpose cadastre in Colombia: achievements and challenges.
Héctor Mora - Colombia
Multifaceted Cadastre of Quebec (Canada): Fundamental role of the professional order.
Orlando Rodríguez - Canada
The Multipurpose Cadastre: Basis for the formalization of rural property.
Yovanny Martínez - Colombia
Diary of the Thursday 24 of October.
Map of socio-environmental sensitivity for hydrocarbons.
Carlos Ernesto García Ruiz - Colombia
Advantages of a good cadastre, for land management in the hydrocarbon sector.
Jorge Delgado - Colombia
Extended Models from LADM as a tool for territorial ordering.
Moises Poyatos -España and Alejandro Tellez - Colombia
The new role of the Cadastral Engineer in the transformation of the cadastral model. From orthodox to multifunctional.
Diego Erba - Argentina
Models of simulation of the valuation derived from public interventions.
Everton Da Silva - Brazil
Mission and Vision of Cadastral Engineering in the Multipurpose Cadastre Process (Law 1753 / 15).
Oscar Fernando Torres C. - Colombia
Agent-based models for a multiproposito cadastre - 5D cadastre.
Edwin R. Pérez C. - Colombia
Progress and challenges in the implementation of the cadastre policy multipurpose
Oscar Gil - Colombia
The multipurpose cadastre in Colombia: A perspective from the Cadastral Authority - Instituto Geográfico Agustín Codazzi.
Oscar Ernesto Zarama - Colombia
Cadastre in Colombia: Past, present and ... future?
José Luis Valencia Rojas - Colombia
Closing of the Event
Group of Dances of the District University «Francisco José de Caldas»
In short, these events are more than urgent to create spaces for reflection and alignment of the initiatives that surely all carry in their best intentions but in practice it is not easy to materialize in the best way in time and efficiency. And although it is not an obligation of the organizers of the event, because of the interest that this presents for the other countries in the context -for reasons of effectiveness of the effort made- if apart from the provision of contents, it is possible to document the conclusive aspects and look for spaces where there may be a thread of continuity for its use in making decisions, would be the best that the seminar could provide.
The headquarters will be in the Government of Cundinamarca, Antonio Nariño Auditorium on 26 Street # 51-53. Bogota Colombia. Here the event website.