Aims and Tasks
Documenting The history of aerial surveys, the disseminating of knowledge, exerting promotion activity, creating a good relationship between surveying teams and legal persons
The Association may issue journals, books and other publications
In order to achieve the objectives of the Association, it cooperates with all public, social and economic organizations, associations that help the effective functioning and realization of the objectives of the Association.
In order to establish the necessaryfinancial conditions, the Association can engage in economic, entrepreneurial activity, it can establish business organizations and foundations, in accordance with the provisions of law
The Association also works as an advisory board, which is primarily a technical consultancy. The Association is developing recommendations for the aerial survey opportunities of geographic areas subject to different legislation. The Association providesadvanced studies for the members according to the needs and the possibilities, as well as it ensures the preconditions of complementary training courses related to the purposes.
The Association operates a web page through which the members can get to know each other, they can exchange information, and may ask questions to the Association's Professional Committee
on legal and technical issues.
Historical Research Activity
The Association provides help within its capabilities to the members to learn about the history of aero- photogrammetry, aerial mapping and remote sensing of each country.
The Association provides help within its capabilities to the members to promote the effective, efficient and safe aerial surveys.
The Association organizes a conference once a year where the members can publish their results and the historical profession topics with presentations and posters.
The Association offers professional supervision for the members who request it, which is provided by the Association's Professional Committee. If the professional supervision involves the commitment of financial resources, the Association's management may request the claimant in advance to pay the costs. If the claimant does not assume the costs, the Professional Committee is not required to provide the professional supervision.
The Association can issue a professional journal, and also can publish or promote books, printed or electronic publications.