At the XI Regional Cadastre and Infrastructure Information Conference held in Budva on May 30-31, 2018, with the invitation of the Real Estate Administration of Montenegro were also present representatives of the State Authority for Geospatial Information (ASIG) headed by the General Director, Lorenc Çala.

The topic of the conference was "The use of Geospatial Data in the Development of the Digital Society, Challenges and Perspectives" a topic that is very present both for our region, the Western Balkans and the rest of Europe.

At this conference, representatives of ASIG presented plans and vision for the future use of geospatial data, planned projects and the challenges that have been faced .

Representatives of the State Geospatial Information Authority (ASIG) participated in the workshop organized under the IMPULS project on "Developing Coordination Processes and Recognition at Work with Data Distribution Models". In this workshop held on March 27-29, in Gävle, Sweden, the achievements of each country participating in the project "IMPULS" were presented in the field of geospatial data infrastructure development, and in particular the role and responsibilities of the coordinating structures.

Members of EuroGeographics have launched an expert group to strengthen their commitment to providing harmonised pan-European geospatial data sets and services to Copernicus.   

The move builds on the cooperation agreement signed earlier this year between the Association for European National Mapping, Cadastral and Land Registry Authorities and the European Environment Agency (EEA).

The newly created Copernicus Knowledge Exchange Network (KEN) will enhance coordination and communication between the two organisations, with a focus on facilitating access to authoritative geospatial in situ reference data for use in activities initiated by EEA and the European Commission’s flagship initiative for earth observation and monitoring. It will also evaluate the Copernicus services’ requirements for geospatial data to identify data gaps and propose solutions.

Innovation Week in Tirana at 11, 12, 13 May at Expo Center With the support of the Ministry of Public Administration and Innovation Mrs.Milena Harito for Geospatial Information becomes part of this event for the second time. The ASIG presented his services to the public as:
  1) Geoportali
  2) Project of aerial photography and LIDAR

The purpose of this event was to promote our institution and the presentation of our services so that every citizen, business or government institution to be aware of about their importance and well functioning. In this event was present The Deputy Prime Minister of Albania Mr.Niko Peleshi, Minister of State on Local Issue Mr.Çuçi Z.Bledar, Minister of Health Mr.Ilir Beqja.