Geomatics Indaba 2016 – Proceedings Day 2

November 24th, 2016, Published in Articles: PositionIT


Keynote address: Maps alone are not enough: filling the gaps in geospatial data
by Gary Gale, what3words

A comparison of the performance of the least squares collocation and the fast Fourier transform methods for gravimetric geoid determination
by Siphiwe Mphuthi, University of Cape Town

Riegl’s versatile VUX-1 laser scanning engine for multiple kinematic applications
by Thomas Gaisecker and Philipp Amon, Riegl Laser Measurement

“Technology vs tape” – How BIM is changing setting-out on site
by John Carey, BuildingPoint SA

Miniaturised laser mapping systems and 21st century support
by Matthew Bester and Neil Slatcher, 3D Laser Mapping

Developing geospatial data for an informed Africa
by Stuart Martin, GeoTerraImage

Research and innovation: GIS contribution to pulses and food security for the poor in South Africa
by Ivan F. Muzondo, University of Pretoria and Morena Letsosa, City of Ekurhuleni

Curbing service delivery protest with an end-to-end approach to field service workflow
by Wilhelm Herbst, Optron

Seamless integration of geomatics in life, business and health
by Marna Roos, AfriGIS

An outdoor advertising management solution for the City of Johannesburg
by Rachél Mc Dermott, Aspire Solutions

Simplifying map-based communication across the enterprise
by Markus Holler, Hexagon Geospatial

Spatial modelling of electrical independent power producer plant
by Derrick Wells, Eskom

Self-service map production application improves Mondi Forestry Operations productivity
by Dr. Mark Norris-Rogers and Robin Woolley, Mondi Forestry Operations, and Arie Claassens, Hansie Heymans, Joe Byrne and Sanet Eksteen, Esri South Africa

Mapping the impact of mining across the SADC landscape using Landsat 8 imagery
by Lungile Moyo, Jens Hiestermann and Mark Thompson, GeoTerraImage

National 2016 voting station outage map
by Gerhard Brits, Keagen Liebenberg and Shaun Goodbrand, Eskom

Informing sustainable management of communal rangelands using remote sensing
by Chris Munyati and Galaletsang L. Keebine, North-West University

Converting remote sensing spatial data to spatial knowledge
by Michael Breetzke, Swift Geospatial

The map of the future isn’t a map, it’s a smart map
by Dean McCormick, Hexagon Geospatial

Keynote address: The national economic value chains and the role of geomatics
by Solomon Bhunu, DT Group


Click here to access: Proceedings Day 1

Click here to access: Cover page

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