Helge Onsrud is retiring and Kåre Kyrkjeeide will replace him as Director for International Services at Kartverket from October 1st 2018 onwards.
The Norwegian Mapping Authority plays an active role in the Arctic Spatial Data Infrastructure (Arctic SDI): A collaboration between all the arctic countries to establish a seamless application for vi...
The EEA and Norway Grants Fund for Regional Cooperation has been launched and the first call for proposals completed. The Norwegian Mapping Authority is involved as expertise partner.
The European Maritime Spatial Planning Platform provides a single interface to draw together experience and expertise from across Europe and make it available in a readily accessible, implementation-o...
Norway has funded a geoportal, 'Geosrbija', which gives access to geospatial information from many institutions.
Directors for every Nordic National Mapping and Cadastre Authority (NMCA) meet every year as part of an agreement on Nordic cooperation in the field of spatial data and land administration.
The Albanian Mapping Authority (ASIG) has in cooperation with the Norwegian Mapping Authority established a solution for mapping of businesses in Albania.
The cooperation of hydrographic offices in the Arctic enhances establishing a better marine geographic infrastructure in these waters.
Kartverket through BEV (the Austrian mapping authority) performed absolute gravimetric measurements for all three countries last year and Kartverket is now assisting the mapping agencies in the three ...
In September the Norwegian Mapping Authority’s international services arranged a conference with participants from Armenia, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova and Ukraine.