Geomatics Day 2018
22 June 2018 09:30 - Location: Science center, Tu delft - By: Communication BK
Geomatics Day 2018 ‘Innovative Applications of Geomatics’ will take place on 22 June 2018.
Geomatics Day enables you to meet students, alumni and other Geo-information professionals. Explore how Geomatics contributes to better understand, manage, and shape the Built Environment. In the morning over twenty five students of the MSc programme Geomatics present the results of five projects. In the afternoon, professionals present innovative geomatics solutions. Geomatics Day is full of varied presentations and high-level network opportunities, and has been made possible by Sweco, Voort and CGI.
Geomatics is innovative and rapidly developing. Detailed, accurate, and up-to-date 3D representations of the built environment are essential for a multitude of applications. Geomatics covers all aspects of geo-information from sensing technologies to storage, from data quality to privacy, and from analysis and visualisation to smart use.
|09:30||Walk in with coffee/tea|
|10:00||Welcome by Mathias Lemmens, Education Director MSc Geomatics|
|10:15||MSc Geomatics students present the results of their Synthesis Projects (1)|
|- Building a Skyview Webportal|
|- 3D Mapping of the Floriade Site (Almere, 2022) with UAS (Drone) Photogrammetry|
|11.20||MSc Geomatics students present the results of their Synthesis Projects (2)|
|- Monitoring Subsidence of Houses Using Advanced Sensors|
|- Bicycle Route Choice in Urban Areas|
|- Fitness for Use Vario Scale Maps|
|13:30||Keynote on ‘state of the art’ in Geomatics|
|14:30||Professionals present their innovative solutions (confirmed speakers):|
- Robert Voûte (CGI): 3D Data: Surveying, Processing and Using it in a Real World
- Branda Olsen (ESRI): Changing Perspectives within Augmented Reality
|- Jane Hermans-van Ree (Gemeente Rotterdam): Rotterdam 3D - Digital Twin City|
- Myron Ramkisoen (Sweco): Once Upon aTime at Sweco
|- Xander den Duijn (Tensing GIS Consulting BV): The Power of augmented Reality for Visualizing a 3D Built Environment|
|- Jessica Vosmeer and Jobbe Spelmink (Voort): Elevator Pitch. Who am I and what am I doing here?|
|16:00||Drinks and networking|
|17.00||End of the day|
Click here for the program
Chairman: Mathias Lemmens, Programme Director MSc Geomatics for the Built Environment
Participation in this event is for free; you only need to register here before 19 June.