Michal Lodin has over 28 years of international management and technical experience in private and public sector projects in the fields of land administration and cadaster, as a Company President, Team Leader, Director, Senior Expert and Technical Adviser. Within the past five years, he has acted as a senior consultant for the World Bank in the assessment of current land administration procedures and options for the involvement of the World Bank in Uganda. Michal was also the project manager of the DFID-funded upgrade of the Rwandan National Land Administration System (LAIS) and Team Leader responsible for data conversion in the Modernization of Land Administration Services in Uganda funded by the World Bank. He was also a Quality Assurance manager responsible for the issuance of 40,000 land titles in Namibia and the Team Leader of the World Bank-funded implementation of the Mineral Cadastre project in Mongolia. Michal was also the Director of Informatics of the Czech Office for Surveying, Mapping and Cadastre, where he managed 50 staff in various aspects of Geoinformation projects for 127 country-wide networked offices of 5500 employees. Michal has either participated in or managed and completed over 60 international mapping projects, including the Land Administration in Mine-Affected Areas Project (LAMAA) level I survey, which was awarded the Lieutenant Governor’s award of Canada for Engineering Excellence in 2004, and managed and carried out the production of the Atlas of the Capital of Nigeria, distributed to the Heads of Commonwealth States and the British Royal family in 2004. Michal has academic graduate degrees in Surveying Engineering and Land Administration and various postgraduate trainings in information technology (IT) applications in surveying land administration, business and accounting, geography, economics and statistics. He has developed and delivered several land administration training courses in developed and developing countries and is an internationally recognized expert on spatial data accuracy assessment and ISO standards.