Rs 510.626 Order Of 21 May 2008 On The National Survey (Omn)

Original Language Title: RS 510.626 Ordonnance du 21 mai 2008 sur la mensuration nationale (OMN)

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510.626 order on the national survey (OMN) of May 21, 2008 (status on 1 July 2008) the Swiss federal Council view of art. 3, al. 2, of the Act of 18 June 2004 on official publications, view of art. 48, art. 1, of the Act of 21 March 1997 on the Organization of Government and administration, view the art. 5 to 7, 9, al. 2, 12, al. 2, 13, 15, al. 3: 19, al. 1, 22, al. 3, 24, al. 2, 25, al. 2, 26 and 46, al. 1 and 4, of the Act of 5 October 2007 on geoinformation (Geoig), stop: Section 1 provisions general art. 1 scope and field of application this order regulates the land surveying GEODESIC, topographic and cartographic, national cards, national atlas and the determination of the national border.
The order of 21 May 2008 on geoinformation (Ogeo) applies for as much as this order contains no specific provision.

SR 510.620 art. 2 geodetic surveying the national geodetic survey is to: a. geodetic reference systems in the Switzerland; b. the Cartographic projections of the Switzerland; c. the basic geodetic points; d. planimetric fixed points of category 1 (PFP1) as a framework for the plan, including three-dimensional reference points from the LV95 national network and permanent stations of the Switzerland's official GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) network; e. category height fixed points 1 (PFA1) as framework for altimetry; f. the national gravity network stations; g. the geoid model of the Switzerland; h. geodata and the parameters of models defining the systems and frames of reference geodetic of Switzerland, as well as relationships between them and to reference systems international, including the planimetric coordinates, elevations the gravimetric values and the transformation parameters, i. the demarcation and the measurement of the national border.

The federal Department of defence, protection of the population and sports (DDPS) regulates the organizational and technical details.

Art. 3 systems and local geodetic reference frameworks applicable to geodata of basic planimetric reference is determined by art. 4 Ogeo.
The applicable to geodata of basic datum is determined by art. 5 Ogeo.

SR 510.620 art. 4 systems and frames of reference geodetic overall the federal Office of topography defines global reference systems of Switzerland, including the system CHTRS95 (Swiss Terrestrial Reference System 1995) reference.
It establishes and manages the related geodetic reference CHTRF (Swiss Terrestrial Reference Frames) frames and determines by new measures, both periodic as keep.
He established the geodetic definitions and regulates the technical details.

Art. 5 systems and frames of reference elevation of the land surveying the federal Office of topography defines, in addition to geodetic reference systems overall, rigorous height reference systems within the meaning of the theory of potential and local.
It defines altimetric national network (lhn95) as a vertical reference framework local the land surveying, manages it and renew it periodically.
It complements the reference system CH1903 + by expressed in the framework lhn95 orthometric elevations.
It complements the reference system CHTRS95 by elevations in the form of geopotentielles sides.

Art. 6 relationship between reference systems the federal Office of topography ensures the existence of relations between local reference systems, global for the Switzerland reference systems and international reference systems, and offers services of transformation from one to the other in the form of public geoservices.

Art. 7 topographic surveying topographic information of the land surveying include the geodata base describing three-dimensional shape of the Earth's surface and the coverage of soil, as well as geographical names in Switzerland and in the border areas of neighbouring countries.
The topography of the land surveying information belonging including: a. the elevation data; b. orthophotos, as well as aerial photos and images related satellite; c. natural and artificial topographic land model objects; d. the territorial limits; (e) geographical names.

The federal Office of topography issues directives applicable to the topographic information of the national survey. These guidelines are published.

Art. 8 mapping surveying the Cartographic surveying is used to provide all of the national maps.
National maps include topographic maps in analogue and digital form (map data).
The federal Office of topography enacts guidelines for models of representation of the land surveying. These guidelines are published.

Art. 9 Geoservices geodetic, topographic and cartographic geoservices are part of the national survey.

Art. 10 update the land surveying is regularly updated and renewed.
Update cycles are determined by the DDPS.

Art. 11 skills the federal Office of topography is the specialized service of the Confederation for the land surveying.
It runs the national survey.
It may issue guidelines, procedures and methods of establishment, entry, update, renewal and management of the land surveying.

Art. 12 technical collaboration with foreign countries the federal Office of topography is working in the area of the land surveying, with services of neighbouring States and with international organizations.
He participates in the development of standards and systems at European and global levels.
There are treaty itself of minor scope with other States and with international organizations relating to technical cooperation in the field of the national survey, in the limit of the budgets and expenses authorized.

Section 2 border national art. 13 jurisdiction the federal Office of topography is the competent specialized Confederation service sentencing, demarcation and survey of the national border.
The DDPS appoints the members of the border commissions.

Art. 14 participation of the cantons and communes the participation of the cantons concerned the determination of the national border is guaranteed by: a. the presence of representatives in the border commissions; b. the written consultation, if no boundary commission not is established.

The cantons ensure the participation of the communities concerned.

Art. 15 participation of services of the Federal Government if protected areas, inventories of protection of public works, including the national roads or power stations, are strongly affected by the determination of the national border, the participation of specialized agencies of the Confederation is guaranteed by: a. the presence of representatives in the border commissions; b. a written consultation.

The federal Department of Foreign Affairs (FDFA) and the DDPS addressed a joint proposal to the federal Council for the conclusion of an international treaty law relating to determination of the national border.

Art. 16 publication international treaties of public law relating to determination of the national border are published in the official federal law collection and the systematic collection of federal law.

Art. 17 limits of the land limits of the lands along the national border adopt its layout.
The cantonal service responsible for the supervision of the cadastral ensures that the cadastral and land registry data are updated at the end of the conclusion or modification of international public law treaties concerning the national border.
The published contract has value of voucher for the land register with the transfer of the cadastral documents.

Art. 18 reporting obligations the federal Office of topography shall notify the cantons concerned any changes made to the national boundary.
The canton responsible for the supervision of the cadastral service shall notify the federal Office of topography any damage found on the signs of the national border or of any endangerment of these.

Art. 19 costs the Confederation supports costs inherent in the procedure for the determination of the border, its demarcation, his surveying and maintenance, as well as for adjustment of the boundaries of the lands along the national border.

Section 3 benefits official art. 20 definition the official services of the national land survey concern the geodetic, topographic and cartographic data in analogue and digital form can be used.
The DDPS specifies in detail official benefits the national land survey. It takes into account in this respect of the needs of the economy, science, public administration and army.

Art. 21 jurisdiction


The federal Office of topography is responsible to provide the official services of the national survey.
It may work with third parties to ensure the production and distribution.

Art. 22 the federal Office of topography quality fixed the quality standards for the land surveying services.

Section 4 Atlas national art. 23. the national atlas and sets of cards following is a federal task within the meaning of art. 26 Lgeo: Name of all maps Department of the Confederation Atlas of the Switzerland Federal Polytechnic School in Zurich cards geological federal Office of topography maps federal Office of topography maps federal Office of topography Atlas geotechnical geophysical hydrological federal Office of environment climatological Atlas of Switzerland Office federal meteorology and climatology statistical Atlas of Switzerland Office federal statistics the project organization funding and collaboration are governed by a contract under public law entered into between the competent service of the Confederation and partner organizations.
The federal statistical Office is responsible of the production and distribution of the Statistical Atlas of the Switzerland.
The federal Office of topography is responsible production and distribution of other national atlases, provided that the contracts have not otherwise.

Section 5 benefits commercial art. 24 principle the federal Office of topography may provide the following commercial services: a. execute mandates in the areas of geomatics and mapping, entrusted by other services of the federal administration and third parties; b. carry out work of development cooperation in the fields of geomatics and mapping; c. propose a particular data and form the land surveying services; d. offer the services of other services flight Federal Government, the cantons and third parties.

It may work with third parties to provide these services.

Art. 25 bases of calculation applicable to commercial services the federal Office of topography charges its commercial services based on the rates that it apply to providers from the private sector for commercial uses.

Section 6 Services individuals art. 26 flight duty the federal Office of topography operates a flight in cooperation with the air force service.
The following official tasks are the responsibility of the flight service: a. taking aerial photographs to the land surveying; b. enforcement of special flights for the national survey.

The order of November 19, 2003 on the military flight service applies to the flight service personnel.

SR 512.271 art. 27 coordinating body for the aerial shots the federal Office of topography coordinates flights requested by the Federal Government and the cantons for the seizure of basic geodata.
The competent services of the Confederation and the cantons shall inform the federal Office of topography of the flights.

Art. 28 Institute geographic military the Office federal topography manages the military geographical Institute on behalf of the defence group.

Section 7 use art. 29. the DDPS can specify the basis geodata and geoservices of the land surveying that can in principle be used without permission.
The federal Office of topography specifies in detail the basic geodata and geoservices of the national land survey that can be used without permission.

Section 8 provisions final art. 30 amendment of the law in force the change in the law in force is set in the annex.

Art. 31 transitional provisions for the national atlas, public law contracts must be concluded within a period of two years from the entry into force of this order. The decisions and existing contracts remain valid until the conclusion of such contracts.
Contracts existing at the entry into force of this order concerning the use of geodata base and geoservices of the land surveying, as well as the perceived emoluments, remain valid until the agreed date, but at the latest until the entry into force of new implementing provisions governing the fees for the use of the idea of Confederation or until December 31, 2009.

Art. 32 entry into force this order comes into force on July 1, 2008.

Annex (art. 30) changes to the law in force the following orders are changed as follows:...

Mod. can be found at the RO 2008 2871.

Status as of July 1, 2008

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