FIG Commission 6 - Engineering Surveys

 

"Surveying engineering deals with the production of data on the geometry and location, from large structures to small objects, either man-made or natural. In the domain of construction - the area that involves the majority of surveying engineers - it is present in the development of new buildings or facilities and during their life cycle: it’s vital for the planning, the setting out of the design, the dimensional control and the monitoring of deformations. The skills and the accuracy of the work presented, involved these professionals in projects assigned to other areas, ranging from mechanical and industrial engineering to environmental safety. " 


What we do

For the term 2019-2022 FIG Commission 6 will be working on:

For the full work plan, please visit Work Plan 2019-2022
(Original work plan .pdf-format )

News

FIG Working (from home) Week 2020 - Proceedings

May 2020

During the conference days a range of articles highlighting the hot-topics, the ground breaking research, and the hidden gems in the proceedings was published.

The diversity and quality of the communications gathered at FIG Working Week 2020 prove, once again, the event’s importance for the community of professionals. The six technical sessions of commission 6, are no exception and showcase the diversity of domains in which the professionals work, domains which generate many varied problems, yet which also present techniques that allow for an advance in quality, efficiency, and productivity.   Read the article

FIG Working Week 2020 and FIG Commission 6

February 2020

Commission 6 is planning the following sessions:

Report to the General Assembly

March 2020

FIG Commission 6 has prepared a written report to the General assembly.

The full agenda is available

The General Assembly has been cancelled and postponed to 2021.

UPCOMING EVENTS

 

FIG Working Week 2021
21-25 June
Utrecht, the Netherlands

June 2020

28th Conference "Surveying, Civil Engineering, Geoinformation in Sustainable Development”

March 2020

Meeting to programme the activities of Working Group on Landslides Monitoring

February 2020

Procedures for checking or testing surveying instruments

May 2019

4th Joint International Symposium on Deformation Monitoring

 

More news from FIG Commission 6

 

Publications

Including Procedures for checking or testing surveying instruments

 

Work Plans

   

Proceedings

 

Working Groups

 

Key Documents

Events


Meet the officers

Commission Chair

Eng. Maria Joao Henriques, Portugal
Contact: FIGCommission6 [at] fig.net

Vice-chair

Dr. Corinna Harmening, Austria

Working Group Chairs and Co-Chairs:

Deformation Monitoring and Analysis (WG 6.1)
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Niemeier, Germany

Deformation Monitoring and Analysis (WG 6.1)
Prof. Vassilis Gikas, Greece (Co-chair)

Landslides Monitoring (WG 6.2)
Associate Prof. Dr. Gilbert Ferhat, France

 

UAV in Surveying (WG 6.3)
Mr. Hans Ni, China

Delegates and Correspondents:

Each member association has the right to nominate a delegate to each of the ten technical commissions. In addition Affiliates, Academic Members and Corporate Members  are welcome to nominate a correspondent to each commission.

Interested? If you are interested to become a national delegate from your country, please contact your member association. The contact information of national delegates is updated by the FIG office. Any changes in contact information should be sent to the FIG Office.


Achievements

FIG publication 25: “Models and Terminology for the Analysis of Geodetic Monitoring Observations” is the result of the growing interest in the interdisciplinary approach to physical interpretation and modelling of the relationship between causative factors (loads) and deformation. It gives surveying engineers a solid basis for a unification of terms used in deformation modelling and helps to better understand the finesses of the modelling processes. 

Since its creation, Commission 6 has been involved in the organization, or supports the organization, of events for the presentation of the latest techniques and methodologies applied by surveying engineers. From these is important to highlight the FIG symposia on the overall theme of deformations monitoring, with almost 20 editions. Click here to access the proceedings of events or click here for future commission 6 events.

 
       
 

Terms

Term 2019-2022
Term 2015-2018
Term 2011-2014
Term 2007-2010
Term 2003-2006

Working Groups

Term 2019-2022 
WG 6.1: Deformation Monitoring and Analysis
WG 6.2: Landslides Monitoring
WG 6.3: UAV in Surveying

All working groups

 

Newsletters

 

FIG Publications

FIG publication 25: Models and Terminology for the Analysis of Geodetic Monitoring Observations

FIG Proceedings

List of FIG Conference Proceedings
FIG Surveyors Reference Library

Events

All events

Reports to General Assembly

Report, May 2020
Report, Hanoi, Vietnam. 2019
Report, Helsinki, Finland, 2017

All reports