In the framework of the doctoral study program Built Environment at the University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Civil and Geodetic Engineering, SLICE3D project members from advanced countries gave interesting lectures to PhD students on May 23, 2018.

Joep Crompvoets, professor at KU Leuven Public Governance Institute, Belgium, presented governance recommendations that would contribute to the implementation of a Smart World – a concept derived from Smart Cities with a wider scope than just cities converging real and digital worlds and bringing sustainability and new opportunities.

Fabio Remondino, the head of 3DOM research unit at Fondazione Bruno Kessler (FBK) Trento, Italy, presented new aerial photogrammetry cameras which feature multi-view acquisitions, not only the traditional nadir shooting. The acquisition and processing of these image blocks require new approaches and solutions whereas the achievable geo-products and potential applications are various and very promising. The presentation showed how oblique would become a common source for territorial mapping and 3D urban modelling.

Presentation of the guest lecturers given by Krištof Oštir, the coordinator of the PhD study at the faculty and a SLICE3D team member.
Joep Crompvoets from KU Leuven, SLICE3D team member, during his presentation on Smart-World challenges.


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