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Aug
14
Tue
HxGN LOCAL HDS User Conference @ InterContinental Melbourne
Aug 14 – Aug 15 all-day
HxGN LOCAL HDS User Conference @ InterContinental Melbourne | Melbourne | Victoria | Australia

Discover what’s new and what’s next in HDS technology with immersive sessions and a day dedicated to learning, led by Leica Geosystems experts.

The HDS User Conference is designed to deliver a new experience for all attendees from Australia and New Zealand.

Together with our partners C.R. Kennedy and Global Survey the HDS User Conference will bring together Leica Geosystem HDS users in a community environment where they’ll access training sessions, learn about our latest innovations, listen to best practices from industry and experience live demos of the latest HDS technology and solutions.

The HDS User Conference features insightful keynote addresses, customer success stories and HDS dedicated group training sessions. Discover and test-drive new, innovative hardware and software solutions that will improve the performance, speed, workflows and efficiency across your organisation.

SEE AGENDA

Reasons to attend:

  • Experience the latest solutions that will help you compete and win in today’s dynamic environment
  • Learn about reality capture hardware and software solutions and how to be more efficient and productive
  • Leica Geosystems will unveil several new innovations and attendees will get a first-hand look at the latest technology advancements
  • Experience hands-on demonstrations and training to improve your workflows
  • Learn from and network with peers across industries

What’s included in your registration:

  • Two days filled with informative sessions and networking opportunities plus a dedicated day to learning
  • Evening welcome cocktail reception
  • Post-conference access to training material and presentations
  • Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea catering
  • Delegate bags

NOTE: We ask that you select your preferred training session time when registering. Simply choose from the four session times available, per workshop.
This helps us manage classroom numbers to ensure we provide you with quality training sessions and you will have the opportunity to attend each topic throughout day two of the conference.

Day two- August 15

Workshop sessions and timings

Maximising 3DReshaper
9am – 10:30am I 11am- 12:30pm I 1:30pm-3:00pm I 3:30pm-5:00pm

Advanced data management and registration workflow
9am – 10:30am I 11am- 12:30pm I 1:30pm-3:00pm I 3:30pm-5:00pm

Creating diverse deliverables: optimising the latest Leica HDS software updates to transform point cloud data into value- added deliverables
9am – 10:30am I 11am- 12:30pm I 1:30pm-3:00pm I 3:30pm-5:00pm

BIM workflow
9am – 10:30am I 11am- 12:30pm I 1:30pm-3:00pm I 3:30pm-5:00pm

Visit the event page for more information
If you have any questions about the HDS User Conference, training sessions, or assistance regarding registration, please contact:

Tamara Stakic
Marketing Manager
info.anz.geo@leica-geosystems.com
T: +61 3 9914 2262

Apr
29
Wed
SSSI & HEI Webinar – Environmental Applications of Spatial Technologies
Apr 29 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
SSSI & HEI Webinar - Environmental Applications of Spatial Technologies

SSSI in conjunction with the Hunter Environmental Institute will present this webinar with three pre-eminent speakers:

Amy Steiger (Cardno)

Title: RPAS and thermal cameras for wildlife detection post-bushfire and coastal monitoring

Details: Amy has promoted the use of Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) gaining experience with remote data capture to cover a range of coastal, environmental and land development applications.

RPAS thermal inspection capability was deployed this summer in wildlife detection post-bushfires.

Amy has also done volumetric surveys of beaches and flown isolated coastal cliff faces in NSW to capture high-resolution photography and derived photogrammetric models to identify geotechnical hazards and contribute to coastal monitoring.

Charity Mundava (WaterNSW)

Title: Remote Sensing in Water Management

Details: Charity will discuss the use of GIS and remote sensing to support water catchment management, feasibility and environmental studies for critical water infrastructure across the state and to support ongoing research into and management of river catchments. Charity will touch on the significance and spatial support for this in the recent NSW bushfires coordinating reservoir availability (in drought) and access for helicopter water drops and supporting bushfire fighting efforts.

Associate Professor In-Young Yeo (University of Newcastle)

Title: Remote sensing and GIS applications for water resources management

Details: Dr Yeo will explain how remote sensing can be used as a technique for assessing soil moisture using multi-source data fusion approaches, vegetation monitoring and water requirement with remote sensing and water balance approach.

She will explain the impacts of conservation management practices in agricultural catchments assessed using catchment model and remote sensing/GIS drawing on examples from Australian and American case studies

CPD Points

BOSSI CPD is 1 SP for this webinar.

Cost
As per details as follows

Contact

rom.nsw@sssi.org.au

Aug
23
Mon
36th Space Symposium @ The Broadmoor, Colorado Springs, Colorado
Aug 23 @ 9:00 am – Aug 26 @ 5:00 pm
36th Space Symposium @ The Broadmoor, Colorado Springs, Colorado

The Space Symposium attracts thousands of representatives of the space industry, governments, militaries, research agencies and more. The event brings  all these groups together in one place to provide an opportunity to examine space issues from multiple perspectives, to promote dialog and to focus attention on critical space issues.

This year, the Space Symposium will be a hybrid in-person/virtual event, with the in-person sessions taking place in Boulder, Colorado, along with a vast exhibition display space which, this year, has been increased by 8,300 square metres.

Aug
25
Wed
Future of Place Summit @ Elements Collective, Brisbane
Aug 25 all-day
Future of Place Summit @ Elements Collective, Brisbane

The Future of Place Summit aims to be a day filled with critical discussion, knowledge sharing and networking around the intersection of people, place technology and data.

The event will focus on four themes:

  • Designing for digital lifestyles — A new human-centred planning approach
  • From precinct plans to development reality — The evolving digital and data DNA of urban growth
  • Data-inspired discussions — Tapping into the real voice of the community
  • Streets reimagined — The digital backbone for better experiences

Delegates can take part in person or via Zoom.

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