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  • Careers at the Norwegian Mapping Authority | Kartverket
    country The Norwegian Mapping Authority has its head office in Hønefoss and we have twelve county mapping offices which work closely with local authorities and county government departments throughout the country regarding shared infrastructure for mapping information within Norway We also have a hydrographic service in Stavanger a customer centre in Ullensvang Hardanger and a geodetic observatory in Ny Ålesund Svalbard Our staff Kjersti Dybfest Thomasrud 33 Works in IT Education Bachelor of Information Technology Employed by the Norwegian Mapping Authority since 2008 Creating something useful My colleagues and I are working on developing a Norwegian property register the land register and so are involved in creating something new and useful The job is very varied The Norwegian Mapping Authority is a very forward looking company and I like the efficiency here we have produced a lot The job is professionally exciting and we have a good time socially Knut Stanley Jacobsen 30 Works in physics and geodesy Education doctorate in space physics Employed by the Norwegian Mapping Authority since 2010 Good research support The best thing about the Norwegian Mapping Authority is that there are a lot of exciting things going on and lots of interesting people to work with Here in my department there are different disciplines in each office I work in research and I have a lot of freedom to decide how I would like to do things At the same time I have good support including a big IT department which handles the data streams and ensures that the researcher does not have to do all the practical things himself Virginia Antonijevic 34 Works in road databases Education multidisciplinary masters in GIS and mapping graduate engineer in environment and human geography Employed by the Norwegian Mapping Authority since 2011 Important information for society I check

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  • Mapping and Cadastre | Kartverket
    and Cadastre Updated 13 02 13 The Norwegian Mapping Authority s Mapping and Cadastre Division is responsible for determining and administering map data and geographical information for the Norwegian mainland This takes place in collaboration with municipalities other public agencies and private operators MAP DATA The Mapping and Cadastre Division determines and administers map data Photograph Morten Brun Place names borders historical maps The division handles administrative tasks relating to the Norwegian Place Names Act and administrative borders and manages historical mapping and aerial photography materials Mapping and Cadastre also operates a registry of air traffic obstacles The New Cadastre The division is also responsible for the New Cadastre matrikkelen the national property registry which is continually updated in partnership with the municipalities The New Cadastre contains information and maps concerning all properties addresses and buildings in Norway The municipalities are in charge of local cadastral services and are responsible for entering information into the registry The Norwegian Mapping Authority is the central cadastral authority with responsibility for the development operation and administration of the New Cadastre The Norwegian Mapping Authority is also responsible for training guidance and inspection in regard to the way in which the municipalities enter data into the registry Maps and map data The division is responsible for updating and administering the national map databases N50 N5000 Map Data the topographical national map series Norway 1 50 000 a nationwide terrain model and coordination and operation of the National Programme for Orthophotography Twelve regional cadastral offices The Mapping and Cadastre Division is based at the Norwegian Mapping Authority s headquarters in Hønefoss but also has twelve regional cadastral offices ranging from Kristiansand in the south to Vadsø in the north The regional cadastral offices coordinate work on geographical information which is provided locally by the various

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  • The Norwegian Mapping Authority | Kartverket
    land maps and nautical charts and publications maritime Land registry property rights registration for fixed property and flats in cooperative housing Property information the Norwegian Mapping Authority operates the national registry for public property information the New Cadastre and the land registry Place names administers the National Place Name Register Standards national standards for maps and geographical information PRIMAR ENC Service has operational responsibility for Primar the international electronic navigational chart service Geodata coordinator The Norwegian Mapping Authority also plays an important role as the nationwide coordinator of geodata which involves establishing and coordinating work with the national geographical infrastructure within Norway This means working closely with municipalities and other public sector suppliers and users of geographical information via Norway Digital Divisions within the Norwegian Mapping Authority The Norwegian Mapping Authority has around 850 employees and is a public agency under the Norwegian Ministry of Local Government and Modernisation The Norwegian Mapping Authority is organised in four divisions View the Norwegian Mapping Authority s organisational chart The four divisions are The Geodetic Institute Mapping and Cadastre The Hydrographic Service The Land Registry International work The Norwegian Mapping Authority s Hydrographic Service has operational responsibility for Primar the international nautical chart service This supplies official electronic nautical charts for international shipping on behalf of more than 50 nations Access to geographical information and systems for securing rights to housing and property have increasingly become prerequisites for social and economic development in all parts of the world The Norwegian Mapping Authority s expertise and experience can contribute to better solutions in other countries as well as in Norway Read more about our relief work and our Centre for Property Rights and Development The Norwegian Mapping Authority plays a leading role in some aspects relating to the standardisation and development of regulatory frameworks

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  • Media contact | Kartverket
    you need help finding more information about the Norwegian Mapping Authority s products and services or to arrange interviews Ole Magnus Grønli Chief Communication Officer Telephone 47 32 11 84 25 direct line 47 918 84 411 E mail ole magnus gronli kartverket no Synne Storvik Communication Advisor Telephone 47 32 11 83 24 direct line E mail synne storvik kartverket no Sveinung Engeland Communication Advisor Telefon 47 32 11 81 17 direct line 47 913 22 043 E mail sveinung engeland kartverket no Omar Årsvoll Olsen Communications Manager The Norwegian Hydrographic Service Telephone 47 51 85 87 11 direct line 47 975 90 309 E mail omar olsen kartverket no Ina Selmer Anderssen Communication Advisor The Norwegian Hydrographic Service Telephone 47 51 85 87 68 direct line 47 994 69 471 E mail ina selmer anderssen kartverket no Anne Jørgensen Communication Advisor Geodetic Institute Telephone 47 32 11 84 93 direct line 47 926 13 373 E mail anne jorgensen kartverket no Per Anders Bjørklund Communication Advisor Mapping and Cadastre Division Telefon 47 32 11 84 04 direct line 47 909 20 161 E mail per anders bjorklund kartverket no Switchboard If you can t reach us please call

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  • The Norwegian Hydrographic Service | Kartverket
    well as polar waters The Norwegian Hydrographic Service was established in 1932 and has operated as a division of the Norwegian Mapping Authority since 1986 The division has 145 employees and is based in Stavanger Official nautical charts The Norwegian Hydrographic Service is the only authorised producer of official nautical charts in Norway and vessels over a certain size are obliged to use these charts As well as cartographical work the Hydrographic Service is also responsible for information about tidal waters and currents Safe navigation The Norwegian Hydrographic Service is required to facilitate safe and effective navigation in Norwegian coastal and marine areas The Hydrographic Service undertakes this task by gathering administering processing and publishing official maritime information to a range of user groups Charting the ecosystem While safe coastal navigation takes top priority the Hydrographic Service s deep water database is also useful for other purposes including coastal zone planning and administration of fisheries As a supplier of deep water data the Norwegian Mapping Authority helps to improve knowledge of the structure mode of operation and status of the marine ecosystem This knowledge provides a framework for establishing sustainable management of coastal and marine areas in Norway International nautical charts The Norwegian Hydrographic Service has operational responsibility for Primar the international nautical chart service This supplies official electronic nautical charts for international shipping on behalf of around 40 nations The Norwegian Hydrographic Service s visiting address is Professor Olav Hanssens vei 10 4021 Stavanger Click or to zoom Contact the Norwegian Hydrographic Service E mail sjo kartverket no Tel 47 08700 47 32 11 81 21 Opening hours Monday to Friday from 08 00 15 45 Visiting address Professor Olav Hanssens vei 10 4021 Stavanger Postal Address The Norwegian Hydrographic Service Postbox 60 N 4001 Stavanger Norway Org No

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  • The Land Registry | Kartverket
    Authority The Norwegian Mapping Authority The Land Registry del Del på e post facebook twitter The Land Registry Updated 09 01 13 The Norwegian Mapping Authority s Land Registry is the national agency for property rights registration of fixed property and flats in cooperative housing MATTERS OF IMPORTANCE The Norwegian Mapping Authority is responsible for all property rights registration in Norway Photograph Morten Brun The Land Registry ensures that property rights are registered at the right time and administers land registry data The land registry is a public register of official documents relating to fixed property With the Norwegian Mapping Authority since 2004 Local courts were previously responsible for property rights registration in Norway This task was transferred to the Norwegian Mapping Authority between 2004 and 2009 and in 2009 the Land Registry was established as a separate division The Norwegian Mapping Authority s Land Registry employs around 270 people Customer service centre and cooperative housing in Ullensvang Property rights registration is provided from the Norwegian Mapping Authority s headquarters in Hønefoss which also has a property rights registration section The Land Registry has a department in Ullensvang with special responsibility for registration of flats in cooperative housing There is

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  • International Services | Kartverket
    International Services International Services The Centre for Property Rights and Development implements foreign aid through projects related to mapping and property registration Centre staff Director Helge Onsrud Head Engineer Brede Gundersen Senior Engineer Elena Busch Senior Advisor Maria Lodin Senior Advisor Sabrina Grimsrud maternity leave until April 2016 Contact us Norwegian Mapping Authority Centre for Property Rights and Development P O Box 600 Sentrum 3507 Hønefoss Norway Tel 47 32 11 81 21 Read and subscribe to our newsletter About Us Our development work Our role as international coordinator Brochure describing our work pdf Complete project overview Architectural Principles for Cadastre Institutions On going Tenders Eurasia Balkan projects Albania Armenia Bosnia and Herzegovina Georgia Kosovo Kyrgyzstan Moldova Montenegro Pakistan Serbia Ukraine EEA projects Estonia Poland Portugal Romania Slovenia News 21 Des 2015 A map solution for registration of companies in Albania Kartverket link to this page Norway s Ministry of Foreign Affairs allocated in 2013 a sum of 10 million NOK for Kartverket to support establishing an official Mapping Authority in Albania 21 Des 2015 Kartverket and EU jointly finance address signs in Kosovo Kartverket link to this page Kartverket co operates in providing addresses for all individuals and companies

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  • September 2015 Newsletter | Kartverket
    Authority Mapping and Cadastre About us Media contacts Norwegian Hydrographic Service Land Registry International Services Start page About The Norwegian Mapping Authority International Services News September 2015 Newsletter del Del på e post facebook twitter September 2015 Newsletter Published 02 10 15 Updated 05 10 15 The Norwegian Mapping Authority s latest newsletter is available The Mapping Authority s international services produce a newsletter in english You can read the

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