The Federal Service for State Registration, Cadastre and Cartography (Rosreestr) has become a member of the Scientific Committee of the 19th International Conference “FROM IMAGERY TO DIGITAL REALITY: ERS & Photogrammetry”.
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Date: 22 july 2019
Type of publication: exhibitions and seminars
Rosreestr was founded in 2009 through the merger of three agencies: the Federal Registration Service, the Federal Agency for Real Estate Cadastre and the Federal Agency for Cartography. Upon its establishment, Rosreestr became responsible for the performance of three functions: the registration of property rights, cadastre maintenance, as well as geodesy and cartography activities. Rosreestr has two subordinate institutions, FSBI “Federal Cadastre Chamber of Rosreestr” and FSBI “Centre of Geodesy, Cartography and Spatial Data Infrastructure”.
Today, Rosreestr is among the largest providers of public services in Russia, interacting with individuals and businesses using paper-based and electronic documents. Furthermore, Rosreestr is one of the main providers of information required by the state and municipal authorities to provide their services. It provides 11 types of extracts from the Unified State Register of Property Rights and Transactions and the State Real Estate Cadastre. Rosreestr has the largest cadastre and real estate rights registration system in the world.
Aleksandr Litvintcev, the Advisor of the Head of Rosreestr, will take part in the conference and will present possibilities of a stereophotogrammetric models for city cadastre.
Russian-Korean cooperation in the field of cartography and geodesy has a positive experience. Rosreestr and National Geographic Information Institute signed a Memorandum of mutual understanding on activation of bilateral cooperation in spatial information and mapping field, in the framework of the Russian-Korean summit talks at the EEF-2016 in Vladivostok. Participation of Rosreestr in the conference certainly will allow activating Russian-Korean program of cooperation.