Geomatics Day 2019

28 juni 2019 09:30 t/m 17:00 - Locatie: Faculteit Bouwkunde, Berlage zalen - Door: Communicatie BK

On 28 June 2019, Geomatics Day enables students, alumni, and other geo-information professionals to meet each other. The day is focused on exploring 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 privacy and from analysis and visualisation to smart use.

Programme

09:30Walk in with coffee and tea
10:00Welcome, by Mathias Lemmens, Education Director MSc Geomatics
10:15


Presentation synthesis projects by MSc Geomatics students:
- 3D city modeling for automated verification of safety compliance rules
- Identifying street types and their air quality levels
11:00Break
11:30


Presentation synthesis projects by MSc Geomatics students:
- Direct analysis on Point Clouds
- Indoor localisation with Point Clouds
12:30Lunch
13:30




Presentation of innovative solutions by professionals:
- How new geo-techniques like indoorGML and AR help to solve issues in- and outdoor, by Robert Vouûe, Puck Flikweert, Bart Staats (CGI)
- Developing the cities of the future, by Matthijs Kastelins and Fanny Bot (Sweco)
- GIS for architects, by Xander den Duijn (Tensing)
14:30Break
15:00




Presentation of innovative solutions by professionals:
- 3D in the life cycle of Rotterdam, by Maarten Vermeij (Gemeente Rotterdam)
- Leveraging FME for standardized data acquisition for BGT and other key registers, by Oscar Willems (Vicrea)
- Mobile mapping for environment and society, by Peter Joosten (Cyclomedia)
- Surveying 2.0, by Dian Dankers (Geometius)
16:00Drinks
17:00End of the day

 

 

 

More information and registration

The event is open to all. Please register here to participate.

For more information, contact Angélique Dersjant at the OTB-Congressoffice.