About the webinar
For all construction companies, three dimensions matter: time, cost and quality. The introduction of drone mapping has changed aspects of site surveying and construction monitoring, making data collection easier, faster and especially cheaper. The 2D maps and 3D models generated from drone imagery not only provide an aerial view of your project, but they also include a rich set of data that you can measure and analyze. In this webinar, we’ll explain how to start with drone mapping and how to use drone data to save money and shorten timelines.
Register and learn about:
- Photogrammetry and drone mapping: how it works
- Drone mapping deliverables: how to retrieve powerful insights from drone data
- How to get started and achieve efficient drone mapping
- How to integrate drone data into your design and construction process
Each webinar session will be 40 minutes and include time for live Q&A.
Each session will be recorded separately. The video recording will be sent to everyone who registers, so be sure to sign up even if you cannot attend. If you wish to receive the video recording for both sessions, sign-up for both.
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Tuesday, January 16,
11:00 am CET
Business Development Manager for Construction at Pix4D
Holding a Bachelor’s Degree in Computing and Cartography from Oxford and a Master’s Degree in Surveying from UCL, Julian Norton started his career in the oil and gas industry as an industrial plant surveyor. He worked on a wide variety of projects, from the North Sea via Africa to Antarctica. During this time, he also worked for a start-up that developed photogrammetry solutions, before joining Cyra at the very start of the laser scanning revolution. After the company merged with Leica Geosystems, Julian held positions with responsibility worldwide in sales, product management, and business development, advancing laser scanning both commercially and technically. Now with Pix4D in Switzerland, Julian is back in the start-up environment again, pioneering the application of UAV solutions in his role as Business Development Manager.
Guest speakerHarvey Jassal,
Innovation & Technology Manager
Harvey has been working at Costain Group Company since 2013. He has served in different roles as Technology Business Manager, Leadership Manager. Currently as the Technology and Innovation Manager on Thames Water framework since 2016. He has been actively using UAV with Pix4D software to create a photogrammetry output of Water Treatment Plants.
Also, Harvey has been working very closely with his clients to achieve a process for UAV in construction which also includes a governance stage. Further to this is managed to display a good level footing to deliver a process which also eliminates putting anyone at risk when carrying out confined inspection.
Tuesday, January 16,
11:00 am PST
Construction Business Development for North America at Pix4D
Starting his career in the building trades as a structural steel detailer, Bill Wallace became a 2D and 3D CAD expert with over 10,000 hours of design and drafting with the early AutoCAD tools. Bill then went on to study in Computer Science and working for leading global engineering and technology companies such as ABB and Digital Equipment Corporation. After completing his degree in marketing, Bill embarked on a long career in software product management for Autodesk in the very earliest days off BIM, MSC Software and others. More recently Bill spent more than 10 years at the helm of Leica Geosystems 3D laser scanning software business as Senior Software Product Manager, building his expertise in the geospatial measurement space and driving that technology into the mainstream. Now with Pix4D, Bill is an integral member of the construction/BIM team.
Guest speakerChristopher Baze,
BIM Manager at Hawaiian Dredging Construction Company
Chris has been working at Hawaiian Dredging Construction Company (HDCC) since 2009. He has served as HDCC’s BIM Manager since 2011 and been actively using and managing software and hardware from companies including Autodesk, Trimble, and Leica Geosystems. He has been in Hawaii since 2007 when he graduated from Virginia Tech with a Bachelor of Architecture degree.
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on why and how to use drones in construction
by learning how to use drone mapping technology to better manage construction projects
with the experience of other companies in drone mapping