Geomatics Day 2016: April 7

After the success of last year Geomatics Day is organised for the second time by Geomatics for the Built Environment! Geomatics Day is an event for Students, Alumni and other Geo-Professionals.

Geomatics Day gives you the opportunity to meet students, alumni and other Geo information professionals and to explore together how Geomatics can contribute to better understand and shape the built environment. An afternoon full of varied presentations , spectacular demos and interesting network opportunities!


Geomatics for the Built Environment at TU Delft

Geomatics is an innovative and rapidly-developing field. High-quality, accurate and reliable 3D-representations of our built environment are essential for modelling performance and other computational contests. Big data offers new challenges for urging academic, commercial and societal issues. Developments like Internet of Things to sensor the built environment and to monitor devices and valuable equipment inside facilities result in huge datasets. Autonomous cars and drones require integration of sensors and accurate and real-time environmental data. Geomatics at TU Delft covers all aspects from sensoring to storage, from data quality to privacy and from analysis and visualisation to application.

Geomatics Day 2016: Applications for Geomatics

TU Delft, Faculty of Architecture & Built Environment, Berlage rooms,
Building 8, Julianalaan 132-134, 2628BL, Delft

The programme in a nutshell:

  • Registration and Lunch
  • Presentations by Gemeente Delft/TU Delft, Fugro, Geodan and CGI.
  • Break with various Demos
  • Presentations by GeoPhy, TNO, Delft Aerial Robotics, Tracé and GEOS.
  • Panel discussion: Education meets Practice
  • Drinks

Participation is free of charge. Registration is essential.

Geomatics Day is made possible by the following sponsors:

  • Fugro
  • CGI
  • Cyclomedia
  • Tracé

More information and registration:

Eveline Vogels, Event Coordinator, OTB Research for the Built Environment
Stefan van der Spek, Director Geomatics for the Built Environment



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