Leica Geosystems to host more than 50 presentations at Hexagon 2011

|  April 11, 2011 |

June 6, 2011toJune 9, 2011

Leica Geosystems to host more than 50 presentations at Hexagon 2011, June 6-9, Orlando, FL

Within the Geosystems @ Hexagon 2011 track, a sampling of presentations listed online includes these hot topics:
  • How a survey department successfully networked for scan modeling partners at the 2010 Leica Geosystems HDS User Conference and achieved a fast start with HDS/Laser Scanning immediately afterwards; Sandis Civil Engineers Surveyors Planners
  • Four ways to improve your surveying workflow with Imaging;  Leica Geosystems Product Management
  • Scanning for BIM projects: latest tools and workflows included embedded TruView; Woolpert Assoc.
  • RTN-101 – A user/implementer’s introduction to network corrected real-time GNSS; Seattle Public Utilities
  • Best practices in disaster and risk management – an airborne mapping perspective; Leica Geosystems Product Management
  • Providing “clash-checking” services in addition to scanning services for plant engineering clients; AREVA ANP
  • A user’s perspective: Maximizing the use of advanced survey equipment and software to drive personnel efficiency on a large civil project; CH2M Hill
  • How a survey firm leveraged HDS/Laser Scanning for transportation surveys to expand into new markets; LandAir Surveying & Mapping
  • Case Study: Monitoring the NY subway construction; Geo-Instruments
  • Points-to-BIM: a major contractor’s experience in using total station data, tape measurements, and scan data for BIM updates during construction; Hoffman Construction

Leica Geosystems customers and prospective users who register by May 2, 2011 save 60% over regular rates

For more information visit http://www.hexagonconference.com/sessions-hds

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