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May 8th, 2013
Uruguay, South Korea Agreed on Spatial Data Infrastructure

Experts from Uruguay and South Korea will boost the development of the Uruguayan spatial data infrastructure for capturing, storing, analyzing and displaying data on digital maps. According to the Ministry of Communications of the Presidency, a bilateral agreement signed by both countries includes cooperation in geodetic research, mapping and remote systems development, cadastral mapping, databases and systems and spatial information, among other areas. Read More