International Federation of Hydrographic Societies (IFHS)
1972 London UK
Facilitate the coalition of people, resources and information for the active promotion of hydrographic expertise, undersea exploration and associated maritime technologies; promote excellence in the application, history, dissemination and technological development of hydrography and related sciences; promote the highest level of accuracy and thoroughness in the application of hydrography and related sciences in accordance with internationally defined standards; promote free exchange of information; encourage the broadest possible inclusion of people and organizations interested in hydrography and related sciences; promote the broadest pursuit of technological innovation in the field; promote the highest possible standards of safety by and for the application of hydrography and related sciences.
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Board of Directors; annual Assembly meeting, Bi-monthly board meeting; annual Hydrographic conference
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