General Contractors, we would like to invite you to join Pix4D’s free live webinar, in partnership with SmartBid, “How drones and photogrammetry are changing construction” on January 16th, 2018 at 11:00 am PST. In an industry where tech is becoming ever more present, Pix4D wants to share with you how drone mapping can save both money and time on your construction projects. Register today to save your spot!
Who Will You Learn From?
Speaker: Christopher Baze, Exclusive Guest
Christopher Baze is the BIM Manager at Hawaiian Dredging Construction Company, which started drone mapping 4 years ago and has now fully integrated it into their construction workflow for higher work efficiency. Chris will share his experience with this innovative technology in regards to how it could help your efficiency.
Webinar Presenter: Bill Wallace
Bill Wallace found his niche early on in his career when he discovered CAD and became an early expert in 3D. Recently he has been working with 3D geospatial measurement technologies and made the move from Senior Member of the Leica HDS software teams to Construction Business Development for North America at Pix4D.
What Will You, as a General Contractor, Learn from the Webinar?
- The in’s and out’s of Photogrammetry and drone mapping
- How to retrieve powerful insights from drone data
- The best way to get started with drones and achieve efficient drone mapping
- How to integrate drone data into your design and construction process
SmartBid partnered with Pix4D for the webinar as part of our commitment to tech that strives to improve efficiency in the construction industry. An important source of information, the webinar will last for about 40 minutes and will have additional time for a live Q&A. Reserve your spot today for the free live webinar, “How drones and photogrammetry are changing construction.”
Click here to register now!
P.S. Too busy to attend, but still want to learn how drone mapping can save you time and money? Register for the Webinar and Pix4D will send you a recorded version along with the presentation.