Management of massive point cloud data: wet and dry

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Management of massive point cloud data: wet and dry

8 December 2015, 10-17 hours, TU Delft Berlage rooms, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment (Julianalaan 134, 2628 BL Delft)

In cooperation with: Nederlands Centrum voor Geodesie en geo-informatie, Oracle Gebruikersclub Holland, TU Delft and the Netherlands eScience Center.

Draft programme:

  • Rogier Broekman (Hydrografische Dienst) and Niels Nijhuis (Caris): From point cloud to bathymetric digital elevation model
  • Wilbert Brink (Fugro): Overview of techniques to collect subsea point cloud data
  • Edward Verbree (TU Delft): Connecting indoor and outdoor – Insight through explorative point clouds (MSc Geomatics Synthesis project)
  • Romulo Gonçalves (Netherlands eScience Center): Using MonetDB for managing point cloud data
  • Mike Horhammer and Albert Godfrind (Oracle): Oracle support options for point clouds
  • Theo Tijssen (TU Delft): Point cloud data management benchmark: Oracle, Postgres, MonetDB, and LAStools
  • Oscar Martinez Rubi (Netherlands eScience Center): The AHN2 3D web viewer and download tool
  • Martin Kodde (Fugro): Massive point cloud processing in the cloud
  • George Vosselman (University Twente): Automated extraction of 3D building models and street furniture from point clouds
  • Xuefeng Guan (Wuhan University, China): Parallel streaming Delaunay triangulation for LiDAR
  • Wiebe de Boer (Deltares): Using/dealing with point clouds in water management at Deltares
  • Dick ten Napel (RWS): Wet and dry point cloud acquisition and applications within RWS
  • Milan Uitentuis and Mark Terlien (IntellinQ): Managing and processing massive amounts of maritime point cloud data with GeolinQ
  • Bart de Lathouwer (OGC): Reporting from the OGC Point Cloud DWG

More information on the website NCG http://www.ncgeo.nl under ‘agenda’. There are no costs involved in the participation, but registration is obligatory (before 30 November 2015) via email with your name and organisation to Info@ncgeo.nl.

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