About 130 International Participants at the 20th Geo-Kinematics Day

Laserscanning
At the 20th Geo-Kinematics Day from 16 to 17 May, the Institute of Mine Surveying and Geodesy hosts about 130 international participants, e.g. from Kenya, Poland and Austria.

At the occasion of the 100th birthday of professor Karl Neubert as well as at the handing over of professorship of Mine Surveying from professor Jürgen Fenk to professor Anton Sroka, the conference event was created in May 2000. Since 2000, the conference evolved into an established communication and networking platform for academics, practising experts and students in mine surveying and neighbouring disciplines. Also in 2019, national and international participants come to Freiberg for a professional exchange about current developments and new applied technologies of geotechniques of measurement, geo data analysis and modeling.

The 130 international participants discuss e.g. the use of remote sensing in ecological monitoring, the application of Virtual/Augmented Reality for the exploitation of raw materials, projection procedure of mining induced earth-moving and surface fractures, 3D-laserscanning, or modern exploratory strategies of reservoirs. Already at May 15, the institute offers a workshop about the topic „photogrammetry with unmanned flying objects“.

Further information: https://tu-freiberg.de/fakult3/mage

Contact Person: Prof. Dr. Jörg Benndorf, Phone +49 (0)3731 / 39-2612