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Innovations in 3D Draws Crowds to London

Matt Ball on July 25, 2013 - in Corporate, Event Coverage

Experts in laser scanning from around the world recently came together to witness the latest technical innovations and solutions at a one day event in London. Organised by 3D Laser Mapping, in collaboration with University College London (UCL) the event, ‘Innovations in 3D’ attracted more than 100 interested professionals. Featuring presentations from Stuart Robson, Professor in Laser Scanning at UCL, as well as representatives from 3D Laser Mapping, including Executive Chairman and founder Dr Graham Hunter, the packed agenda also included hands on sessions and the launch of the latest mobile mapping solution.

Delegate feedback included; “A well-structured educational event with the perfect mix of formal presentations and product demonstrations,”, “Great to be able to get hands on with the laser scanning equipment!” and “The perfect networking opportunity – mixing with both industry experts and laser scanning practitioners.”

“It was great to see so many practicing and aspiring laser scanning professionals in one place,” commented Dr Graham Hunter. “The feedback we received from attendees was also very positive with encouraging comments on both the content and format of the day.”

The one day product showcase titled ‘Innovations in 3D’ took place on the 18th July at UCL’s central London Campus. This free to attend event was open to all interested parties and featured the latest ideas, products and innovations from the world of laser scanning including the newly launched ZEB1 handheld mapping system, 3D imaging systems as well as the world leading mobile mapping system StreetMapper. Attendees were also able to experience some of the systems and software for themselves with one to one hands on sessions and had the opportunity to network with both academic and commercial laser scanning specialists.

Terrestrial and airborne laser scanners from Riegl were on show as well as the Mantis Vision F5 range of hand-held mobile imaging systems. State of the art sensor management and guidance systems from IGI were also on display as well as range of software solutions including product offerings from Terrasolid, Veesus and 3D Laser Mapping which attendees had the chance to try out.

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