After two years of collaborative work, the project ArInfuse is inviting for its final workshop on January 28th.
ARinfuse is an Erasmus+ project that aims to infuse skills in Augmented Reality for geospatial information management in the context of utility underground infrastructures, such as water, sewage, electricity, gas and fiber optics. In this field, there is a real need for an accurate positioning of the underground utilities, to avoid damages to the existing infrastructures. Information communication technologies (ICT), in fusion with global navigation satellite systems (GNSS), GIS and geodatabases and augmented/virtual reality (AR/VR) are able to offer the possibility to convert the geospatial information of the underground utilities into a powerful tool for field workers, engineers and managers.
ARinfuse is mainly addressed to technical professional profiles (future and current) in the utility sector that use, or are planning to use AR technology into practical applications of ordinary management and maintenance of utility networks.
The workshop entitled “Exploiting the potential of Augmented Reality & Geospatial Technologies within the utilities sector” is addressed to engineering students and professionals that are interested in the function, appliance and benefits of AR and geospatial technologies in the utilities sector.
The workshop will also introduce the ARinfuse catalogue of training modules on Augmented Reality and Geoinformatics applied within the utility infrastructure sector.
More information: https://www.arinfuse.eu/join-the-final-arinfuse-online-event-training-seminar-thursday-28-01-2021/
Contact persons: Dr. Alain Pagani and Narek Minaskan