SPAR Europe 2012 Presenters

SPAR Europe's presenters are world-class 3D imaging experts. Phil Manning speaking 

The following speakers presented at SPAR Europe 2012: 
 

Ron Aarts, CEO, Innovation Technology Partners, Inc
Efficiency of trade applications for reducing cost: work processes for BIM 

Péter Barcza, Director, BPMC Ltd. 
High Precision & Efficient Data Collection at Hungarian State Railways

Jurrien Bijhold, Department of Digital Technology, Netherlands Forensic Institute
New technologies for forensic applications

Marius Blom, Business Development Manager, Apply Capnor
Major owner-operator project case study

David Boardman, CEO, URC Ventures
Open source software for 2D and 3D processing of sensory data and photogrammetry

Marcel Braun, Measurement Specialist, Zurich Police
Latest technology including medical applications for forensic and criminal investigations

Eddie Cappleman, Sales Manager, Viametris
Indoor mobile mapping demonstration

Erwin Christofori, Managing Director, Christofori & Partners
3D laser scanning for the documentation of historical buildings and monuments

Peter Csörgits, Head of Department, Office of Geoinformatics, Geodezia co, Ltd.
Power line mapping drawn on high-detail mobile laser scans

Marc Daeffler, Director of Engineering, FIT ESIC
Subsea metrology on a manifold in production: a combined photogrammetry and acoustics approach

Marc de Bruyne, 3D Design Improvement Leader, Dow Chemical Benelux
Too Much technology? How to Select, Manage and Not Become Locked In

Dr. Judith Dijk, Senior Research Scientist, Intelligent Imaging TNO
Crime scene reconstruction using Kinect and a tablet; visualizing in virtual world with augmented reality...

Isaac Esteban, Scientific Advisor, Science Hub
 Large-scale, city-size reconstruction and modeling using a monocular camera...   

Sgt. David Foster, Senior Collision Investigator, Collision Investigation Unit, North Yorkshire Police
New approaches to scanning roadway accidents; using 3D documentation as evidence for court cases

Ananda Fowler, Project Manager, Software Development, RIEGL LMS
Automatic Scene Scanning and Processing with the Riegl VZ-400 and RiSOLVE 

Dieter Fritsch, Head of Photogrammetry Institute, University of Stuttgart
Dense Matching Algorithms – substitute or complement for LiDAR technologies

Lewis Graham, President and CTO, GeoCue Group
Small Unmanned Aerial Systems (sUAS) technology; comparison of data from correlated image models versus LiDAR

Iain Greenhalgh, British Petroleum AAD Model Manager & PDMS Administrator, WG PSN North Sea Ltd.
Engineering new pipe, steelwork, electrical cable trays and instruments in real time in a challenging brownfield environment; what’s effective and what’s ahead.

 Philipp Grimm, MBI, IGI - Ingenieur-Gesellschaft fuer Interfaces mbH
Mobile LiDAR mapping for railway networks

Alexandra Grounds, Transport for London (UK)
BIM inside Transport for London

Michael Gruber, Chief Scientist Photogrammetry, Microsoft Corporation, UltraCam Business Unit
Can the emerging dense-matching photogrammetry replace or complement the LiDAR elevation for AHN-3?

Eric Guilloux, Offshore Project Engineer, SAIPEM
Subsea metrology on a manifold in production: a combined photogrammetry and acoustics approach

Greg Hammond, HDS, Manager, Star Net Geomatics Ltd
Subsea Inspection and Metrology Using Sonar Systems

Dr. Nils Hasler, MPI Informatik
Using Motion Capture Technology to Navigate Virtual 3D Environments

Christian Hesse, Hesse und Partner Ingenieure
Portable data capture demonstration

Dr. Ralf Hesse, State Office for Cultural Heritage, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Using LiDAR data for archeological features mapping

Jeff Hott, Laser Scanning & Survey Manager, Coastway
Subsurface Measurement - combined surface and sub-surface asset visualization

Juha Hyyppä, Professor, Head of Department, Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry, Finnish Geodetic Institute
Advances in Laser Scanning of Forests: Concepts, Methods and Best Practices

James Jobling-Purser, Managing Director, 3D Mine Surveying International Ltd
3D for mining: Case studies

Enda Keane, CEO, Treemetrics Ltd
Laser Scanning Set to Revolutionize the Global Forest Industry 

Henk Kramer, Remote Sensing and GIS Specialist, Alterra
3D Tree Extraction from LiDAR

Richard Katsoff, CEO, Construction Validation Systems LLC
Efficiency of trade applications for reducing cost: work processes for BIM 

Christophe Lambert, Forensic Sciences Institute, French Gendarmerie
Crime scene “freezing” with laser scanner, total station, photogrammetry, drone: how it’s done and cases applied.

Pascal Lamusse, Forensic Sciences Institute, French Gendarmerie
Crime scene “freezing” with laser scanner, total station, photogrammetry, drone: how it’s done and cases applied.

Håkan Larsson, Senior Research Engineer, Swedish Defense Research Agency
Tools and lessons learned from military forensic investigations 

Matt J. Lato, Engineer, Norwegian Geotechnical Institute
Mapping, monitoring, and the development of automated tools for mining and tunneling

Alexander Lentjes, 3-D Revolution Productions
3-D stereoscopic content creation and presentation for and on tablets, mobiles and other handheld devices; dynamic content generation

Eugene Liscio, P. Eng., AI2-3D Forensics
Photogrammetry in Forensics

Matthew McCarter, Transport for London
BIM inside Transport for London

Jörg Meixner, Mantis-Vision
Latest technology including medical applications for forensic and criminal investigations

Kim Moreton, 3D Mine Surveyor, 3D Mine Surveying International Ltd (UK)
Advantages of Surveying Underground Mines in 3D 

Aaron Morris, President, Allpoint Systems
Indoor mobile mapping demonstration

Wassim Moussa, MSc, Institute for Photogrammetry, University of Stuttgart
Point Cloud Integration of Laser Scan Stations with Embedded Imaging Sensors

Matti Paljakka, Project Manager, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland
Validating plant data – experiences from the energy sector

Marc Pollefeys, Full Professor, Computer Science Department, ETH Zürich (Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich)
Extracting 3D Data from Image and Video Data 

Mark Rood, Owner, Stemar Engineering bv
Scanning high pressure mud lines on drilling rigs

Greg Schofield, Crime Scene Technician, Toronto Police Service
3D for court case documentation: homicides, hold-ups, construction accidents

Erik P. Siemer, Market Team Manager, Advin BV Geo-Information, and Director, M3DM BV (Mobile 3D Mapping)
Measuring deformation with static laser scanning

Mirko Stock, Vice President, Global Business Development, Owner Operator Solutions, Intergraph PPM
Extending the benefits of photo-realistic laser scans and intelligent 3D models into Plant Operations & Maintenance

Nikolaus Studnicka, Business Development Manaer, International Sales, Riegl

Chris Thewalt, Vice President, Scanning Software Business, Leica Geosystems
Extending the benefits of photo-realistic laser scans and intelligent 3D models into Plant Operations & Maintenance

Dr. Andreas Ullrich, CTO, RIEGL LMS GmbH
Accuracy needs for elevation

Floris Jan van Brederode, Director Technology & Research, E-Semble
Virtual simulation to increase security and reduce security design cost at an airport fuel facility

Steven van Campen, Project Manager Strategic Projects, E-Semble
Virtual simulation to increase security and reduce security design cost at an airport fuel facility

 Niels van der Zon, Program Manager, Het Waterschapshuis
Evaluation of approaches for accuracy and cost including dense matching, INSAR, photogrammetry, mobile LiDAR and UAVs for dikes and corridors.

Luc van Gool, ETH Zürich (Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich)
Image-Based 3D Modeling: Mobile Mapping as Moving Target

J.Roberto Vásquez, Director General, Indissoluble S.L.
Roman Forum Project: documenting in 3D the Cloaca Maxima using terrestrial laser scanning and ArcheoRobot 

Abrie Venter, Samahnzi (Pty) Ltd.
3D-enabled training for the Plant workforce

Markus Vogel, Project Manager, Amberg Technologies
Kinematic laser scanning assuring future compliance of existing SBB railway corridor for increasing European freight traffic demands

Jim D. Wiethorn, PE, PhD, Principal Engineer and Chairman of the Board, Haag Engineering
Tracing the Evidence in Heavy Equipment (Construction) Accidents

Lee Zebedee, BIM Manager, Ramboll UK Ltd
Pushing BIM boundaries: linking with monitoring, thermal imaging, asset management

 

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