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FIG Working Week 2017

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The International Federation of Surveyors (FIG) FIG Working Week 2017 will take place on May 29 - June 2, 2017, at the Messukeskus Expo and Convention Centre in Helsinki, Finland.

Registration will open in November, 2016. Abstract submissions are now closed.

The topic of the 2017 Working Week is “Surveying the world of tomorrow – From digitalization to augmented reality.” The three conference days offer mix of interesting plenary and technical sessions and workshops, a trade exhibition and a variety of side events and social functions.

Of particular interest to readers of Inside GNSS will be Commission 5's sessions on Positioning and Measurement, including the following topics:

  • Standards, best practice guidelines, quality assurance and calibration for survey (including geodetic) measuring instruments · National or geospatial reference systems and associated infrastructure
  • Vertical reference frames, geoid and gravity
  • GNSS (GPS, GLONASS, Beidou, Galileo, Multi-GNSS), including CORS networks
  • Terrestrial and airborne laser scanning
  • Cost-effective surveying (GNSS and other survey methods)
  • Multi-Sensor-Systems (INS-GNSS, Mobile Mapping, etc.)
  • Ubiquitous positioning techniques and applications -such as RFID, WiFi, AGPS, mobile phones, MEMS inertial sensors, Locata
  • Positioning and metrology – technique, methodology, adjustment and analysis

The Working Week is jointly organized by FIG and the two Finnish member associations in FIG, the Finnish Association of Geodetic and Land Surveyors (MIL) and the Finnish Association of Surveyors (MAKLI). The FIG Working Week is also supported by the National Land Survey of Finland (NLS).

Jammer Dectector
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