If you are interested in finding out about the latest developments in reality capture, BIM, AI, AR/VR and more than you need to attend SPAR 3D Expo and Conference. Included this year will be the Younger Geospatial Professional of the Year award and keynote address.
SPAR 3D Expo and Conference opens next Tuesday, May 21 in Anaheim, CA and runs through Thursday, May 23.
New for 2019: SPAR 3D will provide project-specific sessions in which all players involved in a specific project, from asset owner to contractors, will share the tools and processes used for end-to-end project execution.
Attendees can then choose to attend sessions based on different tool sets (from capture, to data processing and management, to deliverables) and project types, including:
–Industrial Facilities (refineries, offshore platforms)
–Process & Power (pipelines, hydro, gas)
–Infrastructure (bridges, tunnels)
–Surveying & Mapping (corridor mapping, shoreline)
–Large Construction (hospitals, schools)
To view the full conference program with the AEC Next sessions, click here. Attendees will need to purchase the All Access Pass in order to attend both event’s sessions.
Here’s what you can expect:
100+ practical, engaging talks by industry veterans and entrepreneurs
Learn about the 3D technologies that are increasing efficiency, saving time and money, mitigating risk and improving safety
Dozens of cutting-edge demonstrations
Test innovative new technologies in a hands-on demo area
120 booths chock full with best-in-class 3D sensing, processing and visualization solutions from leading vendors around the world
Qualify and compare the newest products and services all in one place
More than 1,000 3D innovators
Network with peers, discuss challenges and solutions, and grow your professional network
Click here to register.
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