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Seminar 'Management of massive point cloud data: wet and dry', 26-11-2009

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Date:
Thursday 26 november 2009
Start:
9:30 h
Location:
Oracle Nederland BV, Rijnzathe 6, 3454 PV De Meern, the Netherlands.

The seminar is jointly organized by the Subcommissions Marine Geodesy and Core Spatial Data of the Netherlands Geodetic Commission, Oracle and the Oracle Gebruikersclub Holland.
There were ca. 80 participants.

The theme of the seminar will be about the challenges caused by the ever increasing amount of data that is generated by modern sensor systems, both in the wet and dry sectors. To reach a broader audience, we will focus on both marine (multi-beam echo) and land (lidar) data. The expected audience will be mainly from the Netherlands government/authorities (Dutch Hydrographic Service, Rijkswaterstaat, Kadaster), research organizations (institutes, universities), and industry (wet and dry data acquisition, Geo-ICT).

It was decided to combine both the wet and dry perspective, with the focus of data management of large point clouds, in order to discover the common challenges to be included in the research agenda. Current solutions may not be sufficient for future needs and therefore new software (data structures, algorithms) and hardware (parallel computing, clusters, grids) need to be investigated.

The presentation of Dirk Voets (Imagen) is not available.
For abstracts of the presentations see above left.


Programma

09:30
Welcome
George Vosselman (ITC; chair)
 
09:35
Needle in a haystack
Jan Schaap (Dienst der Hydrografie)
 
09:55
Pointillism - The art of capturing the earth in points and the challenge of exhibiting them
Martin Kodde (Fugro-Inpark)
 
10:15
How to handle the Actual Height Model of the Netherlands: detailed, precise, but so huge!
Rens Swart (Swartvast/Het Waterschapshuis)
 
10:35
Exploiting the full potential of the multi-beam echo-sounder for on-line surveying
Dick Simons (TU Delft, Acoustic Remote Sensing)
 
10:55
Coffee/tea
 
11:15
Storage and analysis of massive TINs in a DBMS
Hugo Ledoux (TU Delft, GIS Technology)
 
11:35
Marine high density data management and visualization
Mark Masry, Peter Schwarzberg (CARIS)
 
11:55
Visualization and analysis of massive point clouds; tackling the issues, now and in the future
Dirk Voets (Imagen)
 
12:15
Scalable visualization for massive point clouds
Gerwin de Haan (TU Delft, Computer Graphics and CAD/CAM)
 
12:35
Lunch
 
13:35
Data management requirements of large terrestrial point clouds, supporting feature extraction, quality information and data maintenance
Sven Coppens (Tele Atlas/TomTom)
 
13:55
Serious gaming and the need for geodata
Rens van den Bergh (Deltares)
 
14:15
Handling large amounts of multi-beam data in real time
Stian Broen (Kongsberg)
 
14:35
The INFOMAR project: mapping a seabed area 10 times the size of Ireland
Koenraad Verbruggen, Archie Donovan (Geological Survey of Ireland), Thomas Furey (Marine Institute, Ireland)
 
14:55
Coffee/tea
 
15:15
Virtualising large digital terrain models
George Spoelstra (Atlis)
 
15:35
Using Oracle's new point cloud data type and the Oracle cluster functionality to manage massive point clouds
Albert Godfrind (Oracle)
 
15:55
Exploiting parallel hardware (computer clusters/grids) and the link to massive data management software
Aad Koppenhol (Sun), Martien Ouwens (Sun)
 
16:15
Closing panel discussion: research agenda for handling massive point clouds
George Vosselman (ITC; chair)
 
16:45
Drinks
 
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