Pix4D, the major player in mobile and drone mapping, is pleased to announce that it will be hosting its flagship conference at the pop-culture themed The Curtis hotel in Denver, Colorado on 13 October 2022. The agenda includes 3D modeling and photogrammetry expert guest speakers, personal consultations, networking opportunities, the latest from key players in mapping hardware, and how Pix4D technology is changing the way industries including construction, inspection, agriculture, and public safety are using digital models in their everyday workflows.
This will include discussing the fast adoption of digital twins, the accessibility of modern hardware, and the challenges of different industries during various sessions. The new terrestrial mapping solution for mobile phones, the viDoc RTK rover – combining single point measurement, photogrammetry, and LiDAR with centimeter accuracy – will also be exhibited with hands-on live demonstrations. Thanks to presentations by thought leaders in 3D modeling, attendees will share ideas with other innovators and go home with insightful tips and tricks on how to get the best out of mapping technology. Sessions range from beginner to advanced, so everybody is welcome to take their mapping knowledge to the next level.
“More than 60% of employees in Pix4D work in R&D, and this has allowed us to put innovation first.
The Pix4D User Conference is a great window for us to share what we have been working on, exchange ideas and welcome feedback from industry professionals who have always played an active role in the development of our solutions.” – Christoph Strecha, CEO of Pix4D
The Pix4D Conference was first hosted in 2019 in Denver and the 2021 meetup took place online with over 4,000 registrants worldwide. The 2022 Pix4D Conference in Denver will be hosted at pop-culture themed The Curtis hotel, with a training session about its next-generation software for large scale mapping and fast vectorization, PIX4Dmatic and PIX4Dsurvey on October 12th and the main event on October 13th. Surveyors, GIS experts, 3D modeling enthusiasts, and people passionate about photogrammetry are all welcome to attend, regardless of being a Pix4D user.
For more information visit www.pix4d.com