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October 21st, 2014
Jordan Geographic Centre Inks GIS Protocol with Korean Firms

The Geographic Centre Director General Awni Khasawneh said the Korean companies will provide technical support in all fields related to the cadastral science, the development of GIS, aerial photography and remote sensing.

They also agreed to establish permanent stations for satellite navigation systems, thus helping to enhance the accuracy of cadastral work and determine the coordinates of any single location with minimal effort and cost.

The directors of the two Korean companies reviewed the technical advantages and characteristics of such cooperation, which will benefit development projects as well as enable the concerned authorities to perform their duties.