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Session Overview
Session
12-11: Round Table: Regular Land Governance Monitoring through Administrative Data Sources
Time:
Thursday, 23/Mar/2017:
2:45pm - 4:15pm

Session Chair: Sultan Alakraf, Dubai Land Department, United Arab Emirates
Location: MC 8-100

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Presentations
ID: 1245 / 12-11: 1
Individual Papers
Oral Presentation
Topics: Harnessing geospatial data, cloud platforms and other data technologies

Reporting Administrative Land Data for Latin America: Findings and Next Steps

Nicolás Nogueroles

IPRA-CINDER (International Property Registries Association), Spain

tbd



ID: 1244 / 12-11: 2
Individual Papers
Oral Presentation
Topics: Harnessing geospatial data, cloud platforms and other data technologies

Reporting Administrative Land Data for Arab Countries: Findings, Lessons and Next Steps

Sarkis Fadous, Rafic Khouri

Arab Union of Surveyors, Lebanon (Lebanese Republic)

tbd



ID: 1248 / 12-11: 3
Individual Papers
Oral Presentation
Topics: Harnessing geospatial data, cloud platforms and other data technologies

Reporting Administrative Land Data for Francophone Countries: First Findings and Next Steps

Florian Lebourdais, Claire Galpin

Ordre des Géomètres-experts, France

First results for compiling country and city data on legally documented rights and transactions for francophone Africa.



ID: 1246 / 12-11: 4
Individual Papers
Oral Presentation
Topics: Harnessing geospatial data, cloud platforms and other data technologies

How to set up routine reporting for a decentralised system: the case of Egypt (tbc)

Dalal Alnaggar

National Water Research Center (NWRC), Egypt

The land administration system in Egypt is decentralized. Land data are produced and held by 27 provinces and 1,500 towns and villages. This case study is a reflection on what would be required for a country like Egypt to develop a routine reporting system for administrative data produced by the land sector and what are the benefits of doing so.



ID: 1249 / 12-11: 5
Individual Papers
Oral Presentation
Topics: Harnessing geospatial data, cloud platforms and other data technologies

How to present and communicate country level data at a global scale: first steps for an Atlas

Joep Crompvoets1, Rik Wouters2

1KU Leuven, Belgium; 2Kadaster, Netherlands

tbd



 
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