Flycom Technologies actively participates in national and international industry forums, that this year are held under the theme of digitisation.
Last week the 50th anniversary Geodetic Day took place in Velenje. The traditional panel of experts from the broader field of geodesy, geoinfromatics and spatial planning was held this year under the slogan “Digital transformation for sustainable spatial decisions”.
Opening event was held by the Minister of Environment and Spatial Planning, Uroš Brežan, and the President of the Association of Surveyors, mag. This year, for the first time, the event was also attended by high-level representatives of the National Geodetic Administrations from the wider region, namely from Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Kosovo and Bulgaria.
Flycom Technologies was very interested in attending the two-day expert meeting. New technologies in spatial data capture and processing on the one hand, and high expectations for geodetic and geoinformation solutions in various industries on the other hand, require continuous progress, which is why we see great added value in such events in the exchange of experiences, examples of good practice and, last but not least, knowledge.
Participation in the event was an additional challenge for Flycom Technologies – we presented the operation of our mobile spatial data capture system, and Katja Šušteršič, project manager in remote sensing, presented the possibilities and advantages of using the fusion of data captured by remote sensing in her lecture.
In October, a team of our employees is also heading to Essen, Germany, for Intergeo 2022, the largest trade fair in the field of geomatics. This year’s event focuses on the digital twins: 3D city models and the use of BIM in surveying and the digitisation of urban planning.