Geodesy

tech-seminars

www.tech-seminare.de

1991 – 1995 (6 events)
2005 – 2013
(8 events)

Host: Technische Universität Berlin, Institut für Geodäsie und Geoinformationstechnik (Institute of Geodesy and Geoinformation Science)

Co-host: DVW Berlin-Brandenburg e.V., Gesellschaft für Geodäsie, Geoinformation und Landmanagement
(German Association of Surveying – Society for Geodesy, Geoinformation and Land Management)

Organisation & Event management: Bernd Stary (technet GmbH)

tech13

2013 April 18th – April 19th

Current trends and challenges in the field of engineering geodesy

tech12

2012 April 19th – April 20th

Current trends in the field of measurement data evaluation in cadastral and engineering surveying

tech11

2011 April 28th – April 29th

3D (City) models in practical geodesy: Acquisition, interpretation and use

tech10

2010 April 29th

Spatial references and geoinformation – ETRS 89 and GDI (Spatial Data Infrastructure) in Berlin and Brandenburg

tech08

2008 May 8th – May 9th

SAPOS®  & Basic principles of the spatial data infrastructure & blending of geographical and technical data

tech07

2007 April 26th – April 27th

Quality management for geographical data & GPS in practical geodesy

tech06

2006 May 11th – May 12th

Current value assessment & ALKIS® introduction

tech05

2005 April 28th – April 29th

Process-oriented technologies for the official cadastral land register

The tech seminar series that was initiated in 1991 is organised by the Institut für Geodäsie und Geoinformationstechnik at Technische Universität Berlin in cooperation with the DVW Berlin-Brandenburg e.V. It addresses current surveying trends and provides innovative technological approaches and answers to relevant questions from the areas of surveying, public administration and private economy. The lecturers take up individual problems from the surveying sector and discuss them with the participants from various perspectives. Lectures on innovative technologies that are aimed at giving fresh impetus to the cadastre as well as the acquisition and evaluation of measurement data top the programme off. The tech seminars are an informational platform on the current status of the planning and implementation of, e.g. geoinformation concepts and, moreover, a meeting place for the discussion of solutions and problems during their implementation.