3D Laser Mapping Organises ‘Innovation in 3D’ Event - 16/05/2013


In collaboration with University College London, 3D Laser Mapping will organise its first-ever laser scanning product showcase. There is no charge to attend this event, which will feature the latest technical innovations and solutions from the laser scanning sector including handheld mapping systems, 3D imaging systems as well as the world-leading mobile mapping system, StreetMapper. The event is entitled ‘Innovation in 3D’ and will take place on 18 July at UCL’s campus in central London.

Attendees will be able to experience some of the systems and software for themselves with one to  one hands on sessions and will also be able to network with both academic and  commercial laser scanning specialists.

Dietmar Backes, geomatics systems manager at UCL, said that by partnering with an organisation that offers the complete spectrum of laser scanning software and hardware and has experience of laser scanning projects around the world, the event offers a global snapshot of the laser scanning sector.

Jon Chicken, managing director of 3D Laser Mapping, explained that working with UCL makes it possible to  bring this event to a first-class venue in central London and therefore make it truly accessible to anyone interested in 3D technology.

’Innovation in 3D’ is designed to showcase the various 3D technologies available today and provide attendees the opportunity to get hands-on with the systems and software. The newly launched handheld mapping system ZEB1 will be on display as will, at the other end of the spectrum, the world’s most accurate mobile mapping system, StreetMapper.

Terrestrial and airborne laser scanners from RIEGL will be on show as well as the Mantis Vision F5 range of handheld mobile imaging systems. Sensor management and guidance systems from IGI will also be on display as well as range of software solutions including product offerings from Terrasolid, Veesus and 3D Laser Mapping which attendees will have the chance to try out.

For further information and preregistration visit www.3dlasermapping.com and follow the links to the events page.

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