Geomatics Day

Geomatics Day - 25 June 2021

Innovative Applications of Geomatics

Geomatics is an innovative and rapidly developing field. Detailed, accurate and up-to-date 3D representations of the built environment are essential for multiple applications. Geomatics covers all aspects of geo- information, from sensing technologies to storage, from data quality to data protection and from analysis and visualisation to smart use.

Geomatics day 2021 programme

13:00

Welcome by Bastiaan van Loenen, program director MSc. Geomatics for the Built Environment

13:10

Student project 1: Finding the plastic hotspots with (GIS) data; client https://www.noria.earth/

13:40

Presentation CGI: Innovative geoinformation for public safety and governmental operations (by Bart-Jan de Leuw and Bart-Peter Smit)

13:55

Student project 2: Tree reconstruction from a point cloud using L-system; client: www.cobra-groeninzicht.nl

14:25

This is in the Real World” by Ivo de Liefde and Roeland Meulmeester. Tensing GIS Consultancy

BREAK

15:00

Student project 3: Digital Real-Estate in Sight; client: www.brink.nl   

15:30

Presentation Sweco: FlowTraffic: GeoWeb in practice

15:45

Student project 4: Building rhythms – Reopening the Workspace; client: TU Delft Campus & Esri Nederland

16:15

Presentation Fugro by Igor Dorrestijn

16:30

Student project 5: 3D Representations for Visual Insight; client: Dutch National Police

17:00

Award ceremony best thesis award 2020

17:15

Closing

17:20

Meet the Geomatics network in Zoom break out rooms

 

Thesis award

*Geomatics best thesis award

At 5pm we will announce the winner of the Geomatics best thesis award 2020. This award consists of €500 and a certificate.

The nominated thesis are:

- Lánský, Imke, Height Inference for all USA Building Footprints in the Absence of Height Data
- Mulder, Amber, Semantic Segmentation of RGB-Z Aerial Imagery Using Convolutional Neural Networks
- Zhang, Liyao, Visualization of Point Clouds in Mobile Augmented Reality using Continuous Level of Detail Method

The Geomatics best thesis award jury consists of:

- Dr. Lars Bodum, Aalborg university, Denmark 
- Kortryna Valeckaite, City of The Hague, the Netherlands
- Shenglan Du, TU Delft (winner thesis award 2019)
- Sabine de Milliano, 52Impact, the Netherlands

Register in advance for this meeting:

https://tudelft.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYlf-uuqT8vE9F_lq9-m9W3UMkjj-RhI43q

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

 

Geomatics day 2021 is sponsored by: