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In order to accomplish its mission, CIPA will:
establish links between architects, historians, archaeologists, conservationists, inventory experts and specialists in photogrammetry and remote sensing, spatial information systems, CAAD, computer graphics and other related fields
organise and encourage the dissemination and exchange of ideas, knowledge, experience and the results of research and development
establish contacts with and between the relevant institutions and companies which specialise in the execution of photogrammetric surveys or in the manufacture of appropriate systems and instruments
initiate and organise conferences, symposia, specialised colloquia, workshops, tutorials, practical sessions and specialised courses
initiate and co-ordinate applied research and development activities
undertake the role of scientific and technical expert for specific projects
organise a network of National and Committee Delegates
submit an annual report on its activities to the ICOMOS Bureau (Secretary General) and the ISPRS Council (SecretaryGeneral) and publish it in the internet (Annual Reports)
publish also its Structure, its Statutes and Guidelines in the internet
Four meetings will be organized by CIPA:
Annual Sessions of the Committee
The twelve Committee Members meet once a year in plenary sessions lasting two days. It is recommended that those sessions should take place at the same period as another meeting of one of the three other types, in particular, the symposia. If an urgent and important need arises, an exceptional plenary session can be held between two annual meetings but, more generally, unexpected problems must be dealt with by correspondance. The ICOMOS and ISPRS Presidents and the Honorary Members will be invited to attend Committee plenary sessions.
The Specialized Colloquia will be attended by a limited number of experts for the purpose of discussing a well defined subject for which those experts have a recognized competence and experience. They must result either in elaborate recommendations or in an official CIPA publication expressing the doctrine of the Committee on the subject or constituting an assessment of the current status of the subject discussed.
The International Symposia will be open to all the experts and conservationists who wish to attend and they will be widely announced beforehand. They will be organized within the framework of a general scientific program drawn up by the Committee, by taking into account the proposals that it may receive from institutions which offer to be responsible for the organization and financing of a symposium.
It is recommended that those symposia should take place at two-year intervals. Countries and institutions interested in hosting a symposium must submit a proposal which must have the approval of both the ICOMOS National Committee and the national ordinary member of ISPRS, where appropriate.
The proposal will contain:
1. Place, date and fees
2. Facilities for accomodation
3. Theme and director
4. Organizing institution
Workshops, Seminars, Conferences, etc.
Workshops, Seminars, Conferences, etc. can be organized with or without participation of CIPA depending on the requirements presented to it and on the circumstances under which they are being held.