Objects in space
Three-dimensional models of cities and regions play an important role today in central tasks of architecture, urban and spatial planning, surveying, mobile telecommunications and facility management. In the environmental field, 3D city models enable, among other things, the simulation of noise and exhaust gas dispersion as well as predictions of possible changes in the urban climate. In disaster situations such as flooding, 3D landscape models can quickly determine which areas and buildings will be affected so that appropriate measures can be initiated at an early stage.
Users, producers, refiners of 3D city models. Authorities, companies and universities.
All information on the workshop is published on the websites of the joint commission “3D City Models” of the German Society for Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Geoinformation e. V. (DGfK) and the German Society for Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Geoinformation e. V. (DGPF).
Registration deadline is 21 October 2022. After registration you will receive a confirmation of your booking. Places will be allocated in the order of registration.