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February 10th, 2011
Brunei – Geospatial Technology Seminar

The Geospatial Technology Update Seminar took place this morning. It was co-organised by the Geographical Information System, GIS Development, Survey Department, Brunei Institution of Geomatics, the Brunei Surveyors, Engineers and Architects Association, PUJA as well as the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors Brunei Darussalam. In his speech, the President of the Brunei Institution of Geomatics, BIG, Haji Ali Bakar bin Haji Kasim said maximising the use of Geospatial technology will be extremely advantageous to the development of Brunei Darussalam. In order to achieve this, a high level of cooperation is required between the end users and the Survey department as implementer and custodian of Brunei’s GIS system. Read More