FIG Commission 6 - Engineering Surveys

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28th Conference "Surveying, Civil Engineering, Geoinformation in Sustainable Development”

June 20

The 28th Conference "Surveying, Civil Engineering, Geoinformation in Sustainable Development”, supported by Comission 6, that was to be held in early June in the city of Bydgoszcz in Poland, had its format changed. The communications are present by poster, available for viewing on the event website http://scegeo.utp.edu.pl/


FIG Working (from home) Week 2020 - Proceedings

May 2020

During the conference days a range of articles highlighting the hot-topics, the ground breaking research, and the hidden gems in the proceedings was published.

The diversity and quality of the communications gathered at FIG Working Week 2020 prove, once again, the event’s importance for the community of professionals. The six technical sessions of commission 6, are no exception and showcase the diversity of domains in which the professionals work, domains which generate many varied problems, yet which also present techniques that allow for an advance in quality, efficiency, and productivity.   Read the article.  


FIG Working Week 2020 has been cancelled

March 2020

It is with deep sadness and heavy hearts that we announce the cancellation of this year’s FIG Working Week in Amsterdam due 10-14 May.

This is not a decision we have taken lightly and there are two overriding concerns that have caused us to make this decision at this time. 

First, the Dutch Government announced new measurements to control the COVID-19 outbreak. In the Netherlands all gatherings are prohibited until 1 June.

Second, our primary concern is always the wellbeing of you, and we would not take on the responsibility, during these times, to bring so many surveyors from all over the world together.


Report to the General Assembly

March 2020

FIG Commission 6 has prepared a written report to the General assembly.

The full agenda is available

The General Assembly has been cancelled and postponed to 2021.


FIG Working Week 2020 and FIG Commission 6

February 2020

The theme Smart Surveyors for Land and Water Management is both relevant in a world where drinking water is a scarce resource, waste water needs to be recycled rather than seen as waste, where the sea needs to be better mapped and managed, where land resources need to be protected against sea-level rise, and where land-based fresh water habitats are threatened.

Commission 6 is planning the following sessions:


Procedures for checking or testing surveying instruments

Commission 6 is making a survey of open-access documents available on the internet with procedures for checking or testing instruments and ancillary equipment, currently used by surveying engineers. The information is being gathered here.  

If you are aware of other open-access documents send your suggestion to FIGCommission6 [at] fig.net


4th Joint International Symposium on Deformation Monitoring

Working Group 6.1 - organized the 4th Joint International Symposium on Deformation Monitoring (JISDM). This was held in Athens, Greece, from the 15th to the 17th of May. With more than 200 participants coming from all continents, this symposium can be considered to be a real success.

The joint symposium was organized by the School of Rural and Surveying Engineering of the National Technical University of Athens and was supported by FIG, IAG and ISPRS. The president of the local organizing committee was Vassilis Gikas, the co-chair of the WG6.1.


4th Joint International Symposium on Deformation Monitoring participants

The three keynote speakers - Carmelo Gentile, Charalampos (Haris) Kontoes and Dorota A. Grejner-Brzezinska - introduced the latest tendencies in the field of deformation monitoring and shared their vision on the evolution of technologies and methods for monitoring both natural phenomena and man-made structures.

A total of 132 presentations (95 oral and 37 poster) covered several topics that included:

  • quality control, quality assurance and optimization techniques in deformation analysis;
  • point cloud-based space-temporal deformations;
  • reference frames and geodynamics;
  • cultural heritage/ bridge / dam / geohazards monitoring;
  • multi-sensor systems and new concepts for deformation measurements;
  • UAV for change detection and deformation monitoring.

Special issues of the Journal of Applied Geodesy (De Gruyter), of the Journal of Applied Geomatics (Springer) and of the Journal Sensors (MDPI), that will include an extension of selected articles presented at the symposium, are in progress.

In the closing session the chair of the WG6.1, Wolfgang Niemeier, made a short report of the event and announced that the next JISDM, the 5th, will take place in Valencia, Spain, in 2022.


Wolfgang Niemeier, Corinna Harmening, Vassilis Gikas, Maria Henriques, Gilbert Ferhat
at the 4th Joint International Symposium on Deformation Monitoring


Meeting to programme the activities of Working Group Landslides Monitoring  

Maria Henriques, chair of Commission 6, had a meeting with Gilbert Ferhat, chair of the WG 6.3 - Landslides Monitoring, at INSA (National Institute of Applied Sciences) of Strasbourg, to programme the activities of the Working Group until 2022.


Commission 6 at FIG Working Week 2019

The Working Week took place in Hanoi, Vietnam 22-26 April 2019. Commission 6 held its yearly meeting and was involved in several sessions covering the commission 6 areas.


International Symposium GeoPreVi 2018

Geo PreVi 2018 Symposium “Geodesy for Smart Cities” has taken place in Bucharest, Romania, 29-30 October. The technical program was mainly organized by help of FIG Commissions 5, 6 and 10 dealing with Positioning and Measurement, Engineering Geodesy and Construction Economics and Management. Web site: https://www.2018.geoprevi.ro/ 


Commisson 6 at the FIG Working Week 2017 in Helsinki, Finland 29 May - 2 June

Commission 6 had its annual meeting during the FIG Working Week 2017 in Helsinki, Finland 29 May - 2 June 2017


Commission chairs 2015-2018 at their meeting during the FIG Working Week, 29 May-2 June in Helsinki, Finland: Remy Boudon(comm. 6) Volker Schwieger (comm. 5), See Lian ONG (comm. 10), Angela Etuonovbe (comm. 4), Steven Nystrom (comm. 9), Kwame Tenadu (comm. 8), Enrico Rispoli (comm. 3), Gerda Schennach (comm. 7), Fahria Masum(comm. 2), Brian J. Coutts (comm. 1)


Invitation: International Conference on Engineering Surveying (INGEO2017), 18-20 October in Lisbon , Portugal

Dear Delegate of Commission 6 - Engineering Surveys

This year the International Conference on Engineering Surveying (INGEO2017) will be held once again. It will be the 7th. The longevity of this event shows the importance of the theme - monitoring and safety evaluation of civil engineering structures - in our professional group.

INGEO has been, since its beginning, organized by the Department of Surveying of the Faculty of Civil Engineering of the Slovak University of Technology with close cooperation and support from FIG Commission 6. In 2017 INGEO will be organized together with the National Laboratory for Civil Engineering (LNEC) from Portugal. For this reason, INGEO2017 brings together two communities: surveyors and civil engineers.
The theme of the event “Monitoring: Needs and Solutions” expresses the need of the joining, in one event, the two communities. In INGEO2017, we, the producers (surveyors, geographical engineers and other specialist in geospatial measuring techniques applied to monitoring) can meet the users of our information: the civil engineers. In fact, civil engineers responsible by the security of structures like buildings, dams, bridges, tunnels, power plants and power distribution infrastructures, breakwaters, roads, slopes, etc., want to know more about the state of the art but also new geospatial measuring techniques. Finally, displacements, vibrations, images etc. are data that the responsible by structures must have to follow the behaviour of structures and to evaluate their safety. Last but not least this are Data obtained with technology that we dominate and also that we improve to meet the requirements of our clients for accuracy and reliability.

Being sure that INGEO2017 will be an important event to our community, let us meet next October, from 18th to 20th, in Lisbon, at the Congress Centre of LNEC. For more information about the conference, please visit http://ingeo2017.lnec.pt/

Yours sincerely,
Prof. Alojz Kopácik, President of the Scientific Committee
Eng. Maria Henriques, President of the Local Organizing Committee
Dr. Ivo Milev, Chairman of FIG Commission 6 Engineering Surveying


Commissin 6 at the FIG Working Week 2016 in Christchurch, New Zealand 2-6 May

Commission 6 had its annual meeting during the FIG Working Week 2016 in Christchurch, New Zealand, 2-6 May 2016


Commission chairs 2015-2018 at their meeting during the FIG Working Week, 2-6 May 2016 in Christchurch, New Zealand: Brian J. Coutts (comm. 1), E.M.C. (Liza) Groenendijk (comm. 2), Enrico Rispoli (comm. 3), Angela Etuonovbe (comm. 4), Volker Schwieger (comm. 5), Diane Dumashie (Vice president), Ivo Milev (comm. 6)., Gerda Schennach (comm. 7), Steven Nystrom (comm. 9), See Lian ONG (comm. 10) and Eva-Maria Unger (YSN)


Commission 6 at the FIG Working Week 2015 in Sofia, Bulgaria 17-21 May 2015


Dr. Ivo Milev, Chair of commission 6 making his report to the General Assembly
Commission 6 had its annual meeting during the FIG Working Week 2015 in Sofia, Bulgaria, 17-21 May 2015.

Commission 5 Technical Seminar - Reference Frame in Practice, 21-22 June 2013, Manila, Philippines

 

This event is co-sponsored by IAG (International Association of Geodesy), FIG (F??ation Internationale des G?m?res), UN Global Geospatial Information Management for Asia and the Pacific (UN-GGIM-AP), ICG (International Committee on GNSS) and PhilGEGS ? Philippines Geodetic Engineering and Geomatic Society.

We are proud to announce that our FIG corporate sponsors - Esri, Trimble and Leica Geosystems are generously providing support for this event.


Commission 6 at the FIG Working Week 2013 in Abuja, Nigeria 6-10 May 2013


Ivo Milev, Chair Elect of commission 6 making his report to the General Assembly.

Commission 6 had its annual meeting during the FIG Working Week 2013 in Abuja, Nigeria, 6-10 May 2013. 


First International FIG Workshop on Monitoring High Rise and Tall Engineering Structures Development and Practices

22-23 November 2012,  The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong

The construction of iconic towers, such as the 828 meters high Burj Khalifa (formerly Burj Dubai) officially inaugurated on 4th January 2010, imposes many challenges to surveyors.

The First International FIG Workshop on High Rise and Tall Engineering Structures, organised jointly by the Hong Kong Polytechnic University Department of Land Surveying and Geo-Informatics (LSGI), the FIG Commission 6 ?Engineering Surveys?, WG 6.2 ?Engineering Surveys for Construction work and Structural Engineering?, and the University of Nottingham Ningbo China reviewed the current state of the art with the contribution of international experts in structural monitoring high rise and tall engineering structures during the construction and also after when structural health monitoring solutions have to be considered due to maintenance and contractor?s responsibilities and especially under wind and seismic loads.


 

Commission 5 and 6 Workshop

18-19 September 2012 Almaty, Kazakhstan

We are pleased to invite you to participate in the fifth FIG Commissions 5 and 6 Workshop
on ?Innovative Technologies for an Efficient Geospatial Management of Earth
Resources? organized by the International Federation of Surveyors (FIG), Kazakh National
Technical University after K.I. Satpaev (KazNTU) and Siberian State Academy of Geodesy
(SSGA). The workshop will be held in Almaty, Kazakhstan, on September 18-19, 2012.


Commission 6 at the FIG Working Week 2012

6-10 May 2012, Rome, Italy


Ivo Milev

Commission 6 had its annual meeting during the FIG Working Week 2012 in Rome, Italy, 6-10 May 2012. The General Assembly appointed Dr. Ivo Milev from Bulgaria as the Chair Elect of Commission 6 for 2013-2014.


The national series of standards on surveys for civil engineering works and their elements is now available in English translation


FIG Commission 5 and 6 Technical Seminar "Reference Frame In Practice" -  4-5 May 2012, Rome, Italy

Organised by IAG (International Association of Geodesy), FIG (F??ation Internationale des G?m?res) and ICG (International Committee on GNSS). In association with the FIG Working Week, 6th - 10th May 2012, Rome, Italy


Joint International Symposium on Deformation Monitoring, 2-4 November 2011, Hong Kong, China

Combining:

14th FIG Symposium on Deformation Measurement and Analysis

5th IAG Symposium on Geodesy for Geotechnical and Structural Engineering

2nd International Workshop on Spatial Information Technologies for
Monitoring the Deformation of Large-Scale Man-made Linear Features


FIG Commission 5 and 6 Workshop "Innovative Technologies for an Efficient Geospatial Management of Earth"

 4-8 September 2011, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

The third FIG Commissions 5 and 6 Workshop on “Innovative Technologies for an Efficient Geospatial Management of Earth Resources” will be held for the first time in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, 4-8 September 2011.The Workshop is organized by the International Federation of Surveyors (FIG), Mongolian Association of Geodesy Photogrammetry & Cartography (MAGP&C) and Siberian State Academy of Geodesy (SSGA).


Commission 6 at the FIG Working Week,

May 2011, Marrakech, Morocco


Joint International Symposium on Deformation Monitoring (JIS-DM)

2 - 4 November 2011, Hong Kong, China

Co-organised between IAG and FIG Commission 6 including FIG Symposium on Deformation Measurements and Analysis, IAG Symposium on Geodesy for Geotechnical and Structural Engineering, and International Workshop on Spatial Information Technologies for Monitoring the Deformation of Large-Scale Man-Made Linear Features
More information (pdf)
Web site: http://dma.lsgi.polyu.edu.hk/   


INGEO 2011

22-24 September 2011, Brijuni, Croatia

INGEO 2011 is organised by the Faculty of Civil Engineering, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Faculty of Geodesy, University of Zagreb together with FIG Commission 6.
Parallel with the conference programme the sessions of the FIG Commission 6 WGs for Engineering Surveying will be organised.
More information (pdf 251 kb)
Web Site: http://www.svf.stuba.sk/INGEO2011 


FIG Commissions 5 and 6 Workshop on “Innovative Technologies for an Efficient Geospatial Management of Earth Resources”

3-7 September 2010, Blue Bay Recreation Centre, Zyryanovsky Region, Kazakhstan

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Participants at the Workshop in Kazakhstan

FIG Commissions 5 (Positioning and Measurement) and 6 (Engineering Surveys) together with Agency of the Republic of Kazakhstan for Land Resources Management, D. Serikbaev East Kazakhstan State Technical University (EKSTU), Siberian State Academy of Geodesy (SSGA) and Regional Scientific and Technological Park “Altai” organised a Workshop on “Innovative Technologies for an Efficient Geospatial Management of Earth Resources”. The Conference was attended by about 100 participants and contained almost 60 presentations.
Proceedings of the Workshop will be available soon

Commission 6 at the FIG Congress 2010

11-16 April 2010, Sydney, Australia

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Gethin W. Roberts

Commission 6 had its annual meeting during the FIG Congress 2010 in Sydney, Australia, 11-16 April 2010. The General Assembly appointed Dr. Gethin W. Roberts from United Kingdom as the Chair of Commission 6 for 2011-2014.


FIG Commission 5 and 6 and SSGA Workshop on “Innovative Technologies for an Efficient Geospatial Management of Earth Resources”

23-30 July 2009, Listvyanka, Russian Federation

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FIG Commissions 5 (Positioning and Measurement) and 6 (Engineering Surveys) together with the Siberian State Academy of Geodesy (SSGA) organised a Workshop on “Innovative Technologies for an Efficient Geospatial Management of Earth Resources” on Lake Baikal in the settlement of Listvyanka, Russian Federation 23-30 July 2009. Read more...
Proceedings available on Commission 6 web site.

2nd International Conference on Machine Control & Guidance

9-11 March 2010, Bonn, Germany

The 2nd International Conference on Machine Control & Guidance to be held in Bonn, Germany, 9-11 March 2010 is co-sponsored by FIG Commission 5 and 6.
Web site: www.mcg.uni-bonn.de 
First invitation and call for papers as a .pdf file.


FIG Vice President Matt Higgins attends the Third Meeting of the International Committee on Global Navigation Satellite Systems (ICG)

Pasadena, California, USA, 8-12 December 2008

The International Committee on Global Navigation Satellite Systems (ICG), met in Pasadena, California, USA, from 8 to 12 December 2008. Vice President Matt Higgins attended representing the International Federation of Surveyors (FIG). Read more...


INGEO 2008

23-24 October, Bratislava, Slovakia

INGEO 2008 - 4th International Conference on Engineering Surveying was devoted to the 70th Anniversary of the Faculty of Civil Engineering of the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava. The conference was co-organised by FIG Commission 6.

Web site: http://www.svf.stuba.sk/kat/GDE/Welcome.html
Contact person: Peter Kyrinovič, email: peter.kyrinovic@stuba.sk 


FIG Working Week 2008

14-19 June 2008, Stockholm, Sweden

Commission 6 Annual Meeting was held in Stockholm, Sweden during the FIG Working Week 2008, 14-19 June 2008, web site of the conference: www.fig.net/fig2008.
Proceedings, technical sessions and papers
Commission 6 Annual Report for the General Assembly as a .pdf-file.


A Report on the Joint Symposium “Measuring the Changes” of the FIG 13th Symposium on Deformation Measurement and Analysis and the IAG 4th Symposium on Geodesy for Geotechnical and Structural Engineering

Lisbon, Portugal, 12-15 May 2008


Commission 6 Newsletter 3 - May 2008

FIG Congress

 8-13 October 2006, Munich, Germany


12th FIG Symposium on Deformation Measurement and 3rd IAG Symposium for Geotechnical and Structural Engineering

22-24 May 2006, Baden, Austria

The 12th FIG Symposium on Deformation Measurement and the 3rd IAG Symposium for Geotechnical and Structural Engineering was held in Baden, Austria 22-24 May 2006.

FIG Working Week

 16-21 April 2005, Cairo, Egypt


INGEO 2004 and FIG Regional Central and Eastern European Conference on Engineering Surveying

November 11-13, 2004, Bratislava, Slovakia

The 3rd International Conference on Engineering Surveying INGEO 2004 was held November 11-13 in Bratislava, Slovakia. INGEO 2004 was organised by FIG Commission 6 and Department of Surveying, SUT, Bratislava, Slovakia. 39 papers were presented and representatives from more than 15 countries participated in this well organized event.

8th International Workshop on Accelerator Alignment (IWAA 2004)

October 4-7, 2004, CERN, Geneva


1st International Symposium on Engineering Surveys for Construction Works and Structural Engineering

The 1st International Symposium on Engineering Surveys for Construction Works and Structural Engineering organised by FIG Commission 6 was held in Nottingham, United Kingdom, 28 June – 1 July 2004. The Symposium was hosted by the Institute of Engineering Surveying and Space Geodesy, University of Nottingham. It included a workshop of the Special Task Force 6.1.1 established under Working Group 6.1, “Measurements and Analysis of Cyclic Deformations and Structural Vibrations”. Proceedings available at: http://www.fig.net/nottingham/technical_programme.htm

FIG Working Week

 22-27 May 2004, Athens, Greece

Dr. Alojz Kopáčik, Ass. Prof., PhD. from Slovakia was appointed by the General Assembly in Athens as the Chair Elect of Commission 6 for 2004-2006. He will be the chair of the commission 2006-2010. He is the Vice Dean of the Faculty of Civil Engineering at the SUT Bratislava.

 


Ingenieurvermessung 2004 - 14th International Conference on Engineering Surveying

15-19 March, Zürich, Switzerland

Organised by ETH Zürich, Switzerland.
Tutorials co-sponsored by Commission 6
Web site: www.iv2004.ethz.ch 


11th FIG Symposium on Deformation Measurement

Santorini, Greece May 25-28, 2003

The 11th FIG Symposium on Deformation Measurement was held in Santorini, Greece May 25-28, 2003. This symposium organised by FIG Commission 6 (surveying Engineering) working group on Deformation Measurement has the longest tradition in FIG as a Commission organised event on a certain topic. This time this symposium attracted more than 130 participants from 29 countries – major national groups represented were Polish, Italian and, of course, Greek. Participation of more than 15 delegates, among them students and scientists from less developed countries became possible through grants from the sponsors of the symposium.
Report from the meeting.

Proceedings 


Goals and Achievements of FIG Working group WG6.1 - Deformation Measurements and Analysis

Adam Chrzanowski, Xiaoli Ding, Gethin Roberts and Cecilia Whitaker have prepared a document on the activities of FIG Working Group 6.1 on Deformation Measurements which dates back to 1975 when the first FIG international symposium on deformation measurements was held in Krakow, Poland. The main goals of WG 6.1 are: dissemination of knowledge on new developments in deformation monitoring and analysis and stimulation of international co-operation in solving specific (ad hoc) problems related to deformation measurements. The dissemination of knowledge is achieved by organising international symposia and technical sessions at FIG Congresses related to deformation measurements. Since 1975, WG6.1 has organised eleven international symposia in Poland, Germany, Hungary, Canada, Hong Kong, USA, and Greece.


FIG Working Week and 125th Anniversary

13-17 April 2003, Paris, France


The 2nd International Conference on Engineering Surveying – INGEO 2002

The 2nd International Conference of Engineering Surveying INGEO 2002 was held in November 11–13, 2002 in the Congress Centrum of Slovak Savings Bank in Bratislava. The conference was organised by the Department of Surveying (DS) of the Faculty of Civil Engineering (FCE) of the Slovak University of Technology (SUT) in Bratislava under the auspices of the Dean of the FCE SUT Bratislava, Prof. Dušan Petráš, PhD.

The co-operation bodies of the conference were:

  • FIG Commission 6 WG 6.2 – Engineering Surveys for Industry and Research
  • Chamber of Surveyors and Cartographers
  • Slovak Union of Surveyors.

Specialists from the 9 various countries in the world, who work at universities, research centres, in geodetic and building organizations as well as in industry, have participated in proceedings. Total number of participants was 76, out of which 36 participants were from foreign countries and 40 participants from Slovak Republic.

Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference of Engineering Surveying was aimed at a discussion about actual problems of engineering surveying, about conclusion of knowledge and results, which were acquired by the using of new modern technologies.

The individual sessions of proceedings were following:

  • Session 1: Model Building and Data Processing
  • Session 2: Deformation Measurement
  • Session 3: Photogrammetry Applications
  • Session 4: Sensors and Laser Equipments

Twenty-nine papers were presented during the conference. Papers were top up with the various contributions during discussion by many participants. The conference languages were English, Slovak and Czech. Discussion was ensured with the simultaneous translation. A proceeding from this conference was issued in English language in Edition of SUT Bratislava. There was also published a CD ROM where you can find the complete proceeding and also some more information about the Department of Surveying, which organised this conference. Content of the CD ROM and so the complete Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference of Engineering Surveying you can find on
http://www.svf.stuba.sk/kat/GDE/INGEO2002/Start.html.

Program of the conference was completed by an exhibition of measuring and computer techniques and software products developed for engineering surveying activities, monitoring of building structures and automated measuring systems. Main motive of the exhibition was emphasized by the participation of the laser terrestrial scanners (LTS) from Geotech Company Bratislava with the cooperation of Gefos Company Prague and Riegl Horn Company Austria. LTS was possible to see for the first time in Slovakia. LTS Cyrax (Leica) and LMS-Z360 (Riegl) belong to the best one in the world.

Organizing Committee prepared two daylong excursions:

  • Excursion to the Faculty of Civil Engineering of the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava,
  • Excursion to the Gabčíkovo Hydro Electric Power Station (HEPS).

Participants of the excursion to the FCE SUT Bratislava were welcomed by prof. Dušan Petráš, PhD. – Dean of the Faculty, who described a historical development of FCE SUT Bratislava, its nowadays structure and actual problems. During the visiting of the departments, which ensure education of students in Geodesy and Cartography, the participants were familiar with a structure of the student programs, research and expertise activity of the each department.

The aim of the excursion to the Gabčíkovo HEPS was to present, especially to the foreign participants, a complex of the hydro-technique structures with the emphasis to the engineering-geodetic works realized in the past and also during present days. The participants’ interest was aimed at the automated measured systems realizing monitoring of the selected structures of the Gabčíkovo HEPS. One part of the excursion was also the presentation of activities of the Department of Surveying of FCE SUT Bratislava on the Gabčíkovo HEPS. The participants of this excursion were allowed to look over some students’ works, which present the results from every year practical exercises (Engineering Surveying Campus) of the 5th class students in Gabčíkovo HEPS.

Chairmen of the individual sessions defined conclusions and recommendations of the international conference INGEO 2002:

  • in the area of the Model Building and Data Processing there will be often more used a Theory of the Robust Estimations,
  • new processes of the refraction coefficient determination presented on the conference can evoke a development of the instruments with the automated correction of the refraction in a measurement process,
  • CCD sensors and the technologies working on a CCD base became a main technologies also in engineering surveying, in the future it is expecting the strong influence of these technologies on the measurement systems development,
  • the most productive technology for data acquisition in surveying will be LTS together with aerial scanners, their exploitation enable to create a spatial (3D) information systems (including 3D Cadastre),
  • exploitation of the roboting measurement stations (RMS) in an area of cinematic applications (e.g. dynamic loading of the construction) needs to determine the new characteristics for RMS, this is possible to determine e.g. with help of the dynamic tests presented on the conference.

This report in .pdf-format.

Assoc. Prof. Alojz Kopáčik, PhD.
Chairman of the Scientific Committee