SPAR Europe 2010 Call16/06/2010
|Presentation abstracts are sought for the SPAR Europe 2010 conference, which will be combined with Plant-Tech 2010. The conference focuses on 3D data capture, processing and integration with CAD/GIS for engineering, construction, manufacturing and security. Abstracts on 3D imaging applications, or plant information technology for the oil & gas industry, may be submitted online.|
The conference will bring together plant owner-operators, EPC contractors, information management solution providers; as well as managers and engineers in the European oil and gas industry, manufacturing companies, civil and transportation infrastructure engineering firms, industrial metrologists, geotechnical and mining firms, land surveyors, security and forensic, and historic preservation experts.
The 2010 conference combines Plant-Tech's specialty of technologies for plant design, plant engineering and plant information management with SPAR's workshops and technical seminars on the business and technology of capturing, managing and integrating 3D information.
The conference is to take place 7-8 December 2010 at the Amsterdam RAI Convention Centre, the Netherlands.
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Supplier: SPAR Point Group
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3D model of a real forest from airborne Lidar
The terrain was prepared from aerial ortho-image of 30 cm resolution. Lidar derived Canopy Height Model was worked at 15 cm resolution. For keeping the uniformity with Lidar derived layers, the ortho-image was used at 15 cm pixel size.