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Webinar - Use of mobile scanners for coastal mapping ”

Webinar – “Use of mobile scanners for coastal mapping”

Declan Stubbing, DML’s Survey Manager, will be one of two speakers during the Australasian Hydrographic Society NZ Region - Webinar #6.

The first speaker will be Graeme Blick from LINZ talking about the LINZ 2025 Mapping Programme, while Declan will be discussing the use of a mobile scanners for coastal mapping, including how to:

  • set up the sensor;
  • control it during the survey; and
  • how to process the data.

If you are interested in participating in this event then here are the details:

Facilitated by Trimble as follows:

  • Join Hangouts Meet or cut and paste this into a browser meet.google.com/eja-ebgr-yyb
  • or use a phone for audio +64 4-889 5234 PIN: 798 560#
  • If you need to use a phone in Australia +61 2 8320 4510 PIN 506 517 080 8885#

Notes:

  • This webinar is cloud based so there is no need to download any applications in advance
  • The webinar will not be live until the moderator starts it a few minutes before the planned time.
  • Audio - if your PC has speakers then that is the simplest method else call in on a phone
  • Once you have connected to the audio service please mute your audio. If there is too much background noise the moderator will have to put everyone on mute.
  • Trimble will not be able to provide IT support during the webinar.

Point of Contact Details:

Gary Chisholm

Email: gary_chisholm@trimble.com