Geomatics Day 2022

Innovative Applications of Geomatics

10 November 2022

Venue: TU Delft, Faculty of Architecture and The Built Environment: Berlage rooms

Geomatics Day enables you to meet students, alumni and other Geo information professionals and to explore how Geomatics contributes to better understand, manage and shape the built environment.

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.

Programme

13.00 Registration with coffee and tea
13.15 Welcome by Bastiaan van Loenen, program director MSc Geomatics for the Built Environment
13.25 Student project 1
Indoor Navigation For The Blind And Visually Impaired
Client: Esri / Kadaster

13.50

Student project 2
How to store CityJSON simply and efficiently in a DBMS? 
Client: 3DGI
14.15 Break
14.30 Student project 3
Finalising Geometry preparation for numerical simulations
Client: Dassault Systèmes
14.55 Student project 4
Availability of Galileo High Accuracy Services in the Built Environment
Client: The Netherlands’ Cadastre, Land Registry and Mapping Agency (Kadaster)
15.20

Keynote by Dr. Lars Bodum, Aalborg University, Denmark
Geospatial Technologies and Urban Sustainability       

“There are so many technologies available, but a lot of it is not used in a very good way.”
16.00 Award ceremony best thesis 2022
16.15 Closing
16.15 Meet the Geomatics network

 


Geomatics Day 2022 is sponsored by:

Registration

For Geomatics Day you will need to register. Please do so by sending an email to Martine de Jong-Lansbergen.

Do you prefer to attend Geomatics Day 2022 online? Please register in advance through this link.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Contact

Dr.ir. Bastiaan van Loenen

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