Leica Geosystems Issues Call for Papers for Hexagon 2011
Leica Geosystems is currently seeking speaking candidates for its "Trends in Mapping & Positioning for Government & Industry" sub-track at Hexagon 2011, and all conference registration fees are waived for speakers. This sub-track will include sessions on topics such as Monitoring, Reference Station Networks, BIM, Integrated Surveying Technologies and Methodologies, Machine Control, Agriculture, Building & Construction, and Handheld Measurement. If you are interested in speaking, please contact Andrew Hurley (firstname.lastname@example.org ; +1 404 493 0895). Several excellent speakers and presentations are already lined up, but many slots are still open. Topics should be of genuine value and interest to fellow attendees.
Geosystems @ Hexagon 2011 offers the chance to learn from progressive users and Leica Geosystems and Z/I experts about an unprecedented breadth of technologies, solutions and market and industry trends in surveying, laser scanning, mapping and positioning for government and industry. In addition to the Trends in Mapping & Positioning sub-track, two additional sub-tracks will be offered:
High-Definition Surveying (HDS), 3D Laser Scanning will continue the highly successful Leica Geosystems HDS Worldwide User Conference in the expanded format of Hexagon 2011. Learn about the latest applications, hardware and software solutions and business approaches for this exciting, high-growth technology in Civil Infrastructure, Plant & Marine, Buildings/BIM, Forensics, Heritage & Archaeology, and more. Special networking opportunities will be provided.
Geospatial Solutions will, for the first time, combine the annual user meetings of Leica Geosystems Digital Imaging and Z/I Imaging in the expanded Hexagon 2011 conference. Gain deeper insights into the most versatile portfolio of fully integrated airborne imaging and LiDAR solutions and discuss with users and experts the latest developments and market trends. An additional focus will be innovative applications in Aerial Photogrammetric Mapping, High Density Surface Acquisition, Remote Sensing of the Environment, Disaster Risk Management, and Rapid Response Mapping.
Hexagon 2011 will be held June 6-9 in Orlando, Fla. To register for Geosystems @ Hexagon 2011, visit www.hexagonconference.com/registration.