The International Forum "Spatial Development: A New Digital Reality"  successfully concluded in the city of Bishkek, the capital of the Kyrgyz Republic. The event was organized by the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic in collaboration with the Association "ABUKO" and took place from November 30 to December 1, 2023, bringing together over 200 participants from 11 countries.

A special focus of the forum was given to issues related to state cadastral valuation. During the opening speech, Deputy Chairman of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Kyrgyz Republic, Edil Baisalov, announced that the Republic is in the process of reforming its tax system. A key element of this reform will be a review of property tax, gradually transitioning to a cadastral valuation system as the basis for land and real estate taxation.

This topic was further elaborated by Deputy Director of the Land Resources Service of the Kyrgyz Republic, Kubanychbekov Tursunbek, who announced a pilot project this year to determine the cadastral value of apartments in the city of Bishkek.

Ulan Musaev, Head of the State Tax Service at the Ministry of Finance of the Kyrgyz Republic, stated that his department, thanks to an improved administration system, managed to increase revenues by 2.5 times. He expressed confidence that the shift to taxation based on cadastral value would not only increase budget revenues but also make the property taxation system more equitable.

The issue of fairness in taxing based on cadastral value was further discussed by Oleg Mokrushin, Head of the Scientific and Technical Expert Council of the Association "ABUKO," who talked about taxation systems in different countries and concluded that a taxation system based on the market value of taxable objects is an indicator of a country's economic development.

In his keynote speech, Dr. Orhan Ercan, a faculty member at Ankara University and the former vice president of the International Federation of Surveyors, emphasized the importance of incorporating new and innovative approaches into national spatial information management. He advocated for the implementation of integrated, evidence-based decision-making solutions and the maximization and utilization of national information systems tailored to the specific situations and conditions of each country.

Dr. Ercan highlighted the significance of capacity building to leverage spatial technology, improve informed government decision-making processes, facilitate private sector development, and take practical measures to advance countries towards e-economies, e-services, and e-commerce, underscoring the importance of Geospatial data in these progressions.

Mustafa Akkul, Head of the Real Estate Appraisal Department of the Registry and Cadastre Service of the Republic of Turkey, presented a pilot project on mass appraisal conducted in the province of Amasya in the Republic of Türkiye. The approaches and methods used in this project were found to be similar to those applied in the pilot project in the city of Bishkek.

Since 2003, the Republic of Belarus has determined the cadastral value of land and land plots using mass appraisal methods based on the market value of typical real estate objects. Veronica Solovyova, Head of the Valuation Department of the State Unitary Enterprise "National Cadastre Agency" of the Republic of Belarus, discussed this approach in her presentation.

She emphasized the importance of improving the methodology of cadastral valuation of land and scaling cadastral valuation to real estate objects, along with the automation of work through the development of cadastral valuation software.

Ildar Mukhamedshin, Director of Development at LLC "Softplaza," shared the experience of creating and developing the regional automated cadastral valuation system "RASKO." He highlighted that the software was created five years ago and has been continuously improved since, allowing for the qualitative and timely determination of the cadastral value of tens of millions of real estate objects across the entire territory of the Russian Federation.

The company plans to scale the Russian experience beyond the country, and the participation of the RASKO system in the pilot project for cadastral valuation in the territory of Bishkek proved to be quite successful.

In the section "Integrated Geospatial Data Systems," Deputy Director of the State Enterprise "Kyrgyzgiprozem," Azamat Karipov, presented on the topic of state geospatial data in Kyrgyzstan, highlighting the significant progress made in the use of unmanned aerial vehicles for filling registries with reliable data in recent years.

The presentation by the Head of the Department of Cartography of the Registry and Cadastre Service of the Republic of Turkey on the implementation of a 3D cadastral system in the country drew particular interest from the audience.

Another application of 3D modeling technology in urban planning and spatial planning was discussed by Grigory Gasanov, a representative of the Association "ABUKO." He detailed the implementation of a digital twin of one of the districts of the city of Kazan.

Furthermore, representatives of relevant government bodies from Germany, Slovenia, Belarus, and Russia shared their experiences in creating and using geographic information systems.

An entire section of the forum was dedicated to the theme of "Comprehensive Development of Territories." Jusup Bekbolotov, Head of the Department of the State Agency for Architecture, Construction, and Housing and Communal Services under the Cabinet of Ministers of the Kyrgyz Republic, opened the section with a report on the current state of the industry and the active digitization of management mechanisms in construction.

The Ministry of Construction and Housing and Communal Services of the Russian Federation actively participated in the forum. Maria Sinichich, Director of the Department of Comprehensive Development of Territories, presented advanced Russian experience in the comprehensive development of territories.

Another delegation representing the Russian Federation, the leadership of the Federal Autonomous Institution "RosKapStroy," presented two reports. Elena Demchenko, an advisor to the general director, shared the accumulated experience of comprehensive management of territorial development.

Renat Saitov, the head of the department for the implementation of digital projects in construction, continued the theme by discussing the Information System for Project Management of a state customer in the construction industry (ISUP).

Aziz Kemalov, the state registrar of the Ministry of Justice of Turkmenistan, concluded the section by sharing the experience of digitization in the system of state registration of property rights.

The second day of the forum focused on practical aspects of spatial development and digitization. Representatives from KB "Panorama," the Federal Autonomous Institution "Unified Institute of Spatial Planning of the Russian Federation," the State Budgetary Institution "Institute of Agglomeration Development of the Nizhny Novgorod Region," and PPK "Roskadastr" presented substantive reports in the section.

Particular attention was given to the presentation by the general director of the Geodetic Education and Science Development Fund, Evgeny Semenov, who shared the practice of using unmanned aerial systems in digital land use.

Marina Kochetova, a representative of the German company "Leica Geosystems" with a two-hundred-year history, also presented a report on digital solutions implemented in the Republic of Kazakhstan.

After the official part, forum delegates had the opportunity to delve into the history of the Kyrgyz Republic at the National Historical Museum.

Participants of the forum expressed unanimous agreement on the effectiveness of the event format and the need to continue collaboration between countries in the field of geoinformation technologies, construction, cadastral valuation, and comprehensive territorial development.

The organizers of the international forum BIFSD2023 "Spatial Development: A New Digital Reality" express gratitude to all delegates for their active participation and hope for further cooperation!


November 30 within the framework of the International Forum Spatial Development. New digital reality A bilateral meeting was held between representatives of the ABUKO Association and the delegation of the Federal Autonomous Institution "RosKapStroy", headed by director Yulia Gennadievna Maksimova.

During the meeting, Deputy Chairman of the Association Council Vasil Mazitov presented the activities of the Association to high-ranking guests, spoke about the history of its creation and outlined promising directions for development.

In turn, Yulia Maksimova thanked the ABUKO Association, which was a co-organizer of the Forum, for the invitation to the event, and spoke about the nearest plans for activities.

During the meeting, the parties agreed to sign an agreement between FAU RosKapStroy and the ABUKO Association on the development of promising areas of cooperation in the field of education, science, development and implementation of professional educational programs.
At the end of the meeting, an exchange of memorable gifts took place.

The Interregional Conference “New Digital Reality: Unified State Register of Real Estate and Spatial Data, Artificial Intelligence” was held at the site of the Government of the Perm Territory.

About 200 specialists from 16 regions of Russia discussed the issues of spatial data and AI in the Kama region.

“Potential investors will be able to receive a high-quality and understandable tool, and the owners of dachas and houses will be able to get acquainted with the location of their property, what infrastructure surrounds it, and how this can affect the market value,” said Larisa Vedernikova, head of the regional Ministry of Property.

Iskander Meldebekov, Chairman of the Council of the ABICV Association, told the conference participants about the results of the analysis of all purchases in 2022 according to the complex cadastral works and noted that the conference allowed not only to talk about the achievements of the strong regions in terms of the implementation of the complex cadastral works, but also to show how great success was achieved to encourage other regions to adopt their experience next year.

Meldebekov Iskander Bulatovich - Chairman of the ABICV Association


Under this slogan, from state budgetary institutions specialists from 16 regions of Russia took part in practical exercises in Kazan.

ABICV Association, together with the IT-Park technopark of the city of Kazan, from November 28 to December 2, 2022, held a training seminar in the form of a round table for state cadastral appraisers on the topic: “Cadastral valuation of capital construction objects in 2023”.

The main objective of the event was to find solutions to practical issues that arise in the process of carrying out work to determine the cadastral value of capital construction objects, including:

  • Grouping of real estate objects
  • Real estate market analysis
  • Building statistical models
  • Application of KO-INVEST directories
  • Determination of the cadastral value by methods of mass assessment of the cost approach
  • Analysis of the results of determining the cadastral value
  • Preparation of reporting documents
  • Establishment of the cadastral value of real estate in the amount of the market in accordance with the provisions of Article 22.1 of the Federal Law-237

According to Oleg Mokrushin, head of the scientific and technical expert council of the ABICV Association: “The main tool for solving emerging issues is the exchange of experience between specialists from various institutions.”

Mokrushin Oleg Vladimirovich - Head of the Scientific and Technical Expert Council of the ABICV Association

During the event, leading experts in the field of state cadastral valuation spoke and shared their experience. For each participant, in order to quickly solve problems, access to the settlement materials of the database of his subject was organized.

The acquired skills will allow to carry out work on the state cadastral valuation on time and at a high quality level, - said Iskander Meldebekov, Chairman of the ABICV Association.

On November 24-25, a scientific and practical conference was held in St. Petersburg on the topic “Problems of cadastral valuation: regulatory, methodological, information and software”

ABICV Association took part in a scientific and practical conference on the topic "Problems of cadastral valuation: regulatory, methodological, information and software", organized by the government of St. Petersburg and the government of the Leningrad region.

Meldebekov Iskander Bulatovich - Chairman of the ABICV Association

The Chairman of the ABICV Association, Meldebekov Iskander Bulatovich, greeted the participants of the conference and briefly spoke about the activities of the ABICV Association carried out this year. Further, the head of the scientific and technical expert council of the ABICV Association, Oleg Vladimirovich Mokrushin, made a report “State cadastral valuation of land plots in 2022. Analysis of All-Russian Results”, where he reported on the analytics of the land plot valuation and in a comparative analysis showed how the indicators of the specific indicator of cadastral value differ in different segments.

The conference was also attended by the heads of the Federal Service for State Registration, Cadastre and Cartography, the Federal State Budgetary Institution "Federal Cadastral Chamber of the Federal Service for State Registration, Cadastre and Cartography", as well as representatives from all over Russia authorized to conduct state cadastral valuation.


On September 15-16, 2022, the sixth All-Russian scientific and practical conference dedicated to the issues of land and property relations was held on the territory of the Grozny State Oil Technical University named after academician M. D. Millionshchikov.

More than 200 delegates from 63 subjects of the Russian Federation took part in the event. The conference participants discussed issues of filling the USRN with reliable information, such as establishing the boundaries of various territories and carrying out complex cadastral work. Such important topics of the state cadastral valuation as the establishment of the cadastral value of real estate in the market size, the results of a single round of the state cadastral valuation of land plots and preparations for the cadastral valuation of capital construction projects were touched upon.

The conference resolution will be based on the development strategy of the national spatial data system.

All conference materials, including speaker presentations, are posted on the corresponding page at:

Meeting of the extended strategic session of Rosreestr

On May 13-14, at the site of Rosreestr, under the leadership of Oleg Skufinsky and Elena Martynova, an expanded strategic session "National system of spatial data: development of the state cadastral valuation" was held, dedicated to the problem of automating the functions of budgetary institutions.

On the first day, a fair of existing software products was held, during which representatives of the developers of open source software on cadastral valuation made presentations: MOC-center, RASKO, IngeO, GKR, GeoGIS and NPP Telda. Oleg Mokrushin, head of the Scientific and Expert Council of the Association "ABICV", noted the advantage of the regional system of cadastral valuation "RASKO" in terms of full automation of a budgetary institution.

On the second day, a foresight session was held to create a model for the state cadastral valuation of the future. Representatives of Rosreestr, the cadastral chamber and budgetary institutions for cadastral valuation were divided into six teams and brainstormed, allowing them to most effectively understand the advantages and disadvantages of the past and take this into account in creating new technologies for automating the state cadastral valuation in the future.

As a result of the foresight session, each team presented their ideas for improving and developing the automated system, in the form of presentations, for review by industry experts.

The next stage of a series of educational initiatives of the ABICV Association has passed

In the city of Kazan, on the territory of the Technopark in the field of high technologies "IT Park", an educational intensive course was held aimed at increasing the level of knowledge and developing skills in using automation tools for the process of determining the cadastral value of land plots. The event was attended by 36 cadastral appraisers from 13 constituent entities of the Russian Federation.

For 5 days, in the format of a round table, the participants actively shared their successes in solving complex problems that arise in everyday work.

Each of those present had something to tell their colleagues. For example, representatives of the State Budgetary Institution "GKO Center" of the Ryazan Region shared their experience in grouping objects of assessment and the practice of applying the provisions of Article 22.1 of the Federal Law-237. And employees of the State Budgetary Institution of the Republic of Mordovia "Property Fund" demonstrated the ability to process and record information about the boundaries of the ZOUIT. In turn, the specialists of the State Budgetary Institution "GKO and OTN" of the Chechen Republic showed how, using MSExcel functions, it is possible to automate the process of determining codes for types of land use. Representatives of the OGBU "TsGKO" of the Ulyanovsk region demonstrated how within the framework of the institution the selection of reference land plots and analogous objects for individual assessment was automated using the reference book of calculation coefficients.

As a result of discussions on the topic of practical application of guidelines for state cadastral valuation, a number of unresolved issues arose. As a result, it was decided to send a request to Rosreestr for clarification of certain provisions of Order No. P/0336 dated August 4, 2021.

After receiving an official response, all information will be posted on the ABICV website in the "Useful Information" section.

From December 6 to 9, in the city of Innopolis, the IT capital of the Republic of Tatarstan, practical classes were held on the “digital upgrade” of state cadastral appraisers

The purpose of the training is to develop the skills of conducting a full cycle of state defense contracts, using the latest achievements in the field of digitalization of public administration. The event was attended by 27 employees of budgetary institutions for GKO from 12 constituent entities of the Russian Federation.

It is no coincidence that Innopolis was chosen as a platform for training state cadastral appraisers. This year, the city was visited by the Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation Mikhail Mishustin, where he recommended thinking about automating mass assessment for tax purposes.

Scientific and Technical Expert Council of the ABUCO Association
implements the message of the Chairman of the Government in full swing, and puts the regions on a digital footing.

The classes were primarily practical in nature with laptops, so that each student was immersed in determining the cadastral value of land plots in their region.

Within 5 days, the appraisers got acquainted with the latest developments in the field of cadastral valuation and the prospects for their development. The main topic of discussion was the organization of the process of determining the cadastral value of land plots in 2022. The participants came to the unanimous opinion that the state of the local budgets of the subjects in the next 4 years will largely depend on the quality of this work.

The specifics of the format of the event, due to its location - within the university campus, contributed to the rallying of the team of state cadastral appraisers from different parts of the country - from Buryatia to the Leningrad region.

The ABICV Association plans to continue holding professional meetings aimed at increasing the level of competence of specialists in the field of state cadastral valuation.

An all-Russian forum of government bodies was held at the Far Eastern Federal University

The All-Russian Forum of Public Authorities “Effective Management of State Property” is the ninth event of this format held by the ABUKO Association over the past three years.

85 delegates from all over the country, from Smolensk to Vladivostok, took part in the event. Many guests visited the capital of the Far East for the first time and were amazed by the scale of the university campus, coupled with the natural landscapes of Russky Island. And the flavors of Far Eastern cuisine left no one indifferent. Most importantly, all participants noted the hospitality and responsiveness of the residents of Primorye.

The ABUKO Association expresses its deep gratitude to the Ministry of Property and Land Relations of the Primorsky Territory, the Far Eastern Federal University, as well as the staff of the Regional State Budgetary Institution “Cadastral Valuation Center of the Primorsky Territory” for their assistance in organizing the forum.

All forum materials, including photos, videos, as well as presentations of speeches, can be found on the corresponding forum page on our website:

Effective management of state property at the Far Eastern forum