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Višnja Miloš, magistrica tehničkih znanosti

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Croatian Cartographic Society - Hrvatsko kartografsko društvo
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  • Geography
  • Law

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136 KiG 2011, 16Conferences and Exhibitions The 3rd Croatian NSDI and INSPIRE Day and the 7th Cartography and Geoin- formation Conference, organized by the Croatian Cartographic Society and the State Geodetic Administration, were held at the Faculty of Civil Engineering, Archi- tecture and Geodesy of the University of Split from September 14 to 16 2011. The co-organizers of the conference were the Faculty of Civil Engineering, Architecture and Geodesy of the University of Split, the Faculty of Geodesy of the University of Zagreb and the Hydrographic Institute of the Republic of Croatia. The conference was held under the auspices of the Croatian Academy of togrammetry and Split-Dalmatia County. The conference partners were Geodetski zavod d.d. Split, the Association for Geo- spatial Information in South-East Europe, the Split City Tourist Association and the Split-Dalmatia County Tourist Board. For the third time, an NIPP (National Spatial Data Infrastructure) and INSPIRE (Infrastructure for Spatial Information in the European Community) Day was organized, with the aim of speeding up the implementation of SDI in Croatia, to develop a geo-enabled society. This time, activities in transposing the INSPIRE directive into national legislation were emphasized, as part of the Programme of the Government of the Republic of Croa- tia for the Adoption and Implementation of the Acquis Communautaire. Following conferences in Zagreb in 2004, 2005 and 2006, Zadar in 2007, Varaždin in 2009 and Opatija in 2010, the Croatian Cartographic Society, in collaboration with the State Geodetic Administration, organized the seventh conference in Split. The purpose of the conference, as with the preceding ones, was to contribute to the development of geoinformation IT, cartography, geog- raphy and related fields, with a special emphasis on SDI. The conference was attended by 177 participants, including guests from Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bul- garia, Czech Rep

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