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Mobile laser scanning technology workshop

By [email protected] - 19th April 2016 - 15:48

The collection of 3D data from moving platforms such as vehicles or aeroplanes is one of the most interesting challenges in the area of object detection and reconstruction. Laser scanners, which collect data rapidly, reliably and with high precision, play a key role in this context. High-precision systems, calibration and referencing are the central aspects of current research activities and applications.

On November 23 to 24, Fraunhofer IPM is hosting the second international workshop on the subject of mobile laser scanning at its premises in Freiburg, Germany. The workshop focuses on state-of-the-art and future technological trends in mobile laser scanning and is aimed at scientists, service providers, manufacturers and users of the technology.

Thirteen internationally renowned experts in 3D mapping with mobile laser scanning systems will present current trends in research and development in the fields of sensors, calibration, data interpretation and visualisation and application

Fee: €250; €200 early bird registrations until August 31; €150 (students )

For more information, visit:
www.molas-workshop.org