Unique to the Commercial UAV Expo the Pix4D Training Team will be taking a deep dive into two overarching topics. In the first four-hour module, we will be discussing best practices and troubleshooting methods for processing large datasets. The second four-hour session will focus on key aspects of the Pix4Dmapper workflow, such as editing the point cloud, understanding the “Processing Options,” and the “Quality Report.”
*Register for the workshop when you register for the expo. The Pix4D Advanced User workshop is offered as an add-on to either Full Conference or Exhibits-Only registration for Commercial UAV Expo Americas.
Jeffrey Miller is a geomatics professional who has been working in the consulting industry since 2008. He has wide-ranging experience in photogrammetry, geographic information systems (GIS), computer cartography, remote sensing, and LiDAR. Jeffrey’s interest in UAS began in 2013 when he started doing research for his master’s thesis. See full bio…
Angad Singh is a Pix4D Technical Trainer based in San Francisco. Angad’s interest in UAS based photogrammetry started when he realized he could get incredibly high resolution data which would enable his research to make micro level insights. He has a passion for enabling people to understand the power and limitations of UAS to create great geospatial data. See full bio…
Session 1: Handling large datasets.
Monday | October, 1st | 8:30 AM – 12:30 PM
The Pix4D Training team considered a dataset with more than 1000 images and/or multiple flights to be a large dataset. In this session we will address best practices for planning, flying, and processing and handling this data. In this class we will provide our attendees with an example, pre-processed large dataset.
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Session 2: In-Depth Pix4Dmapper Workflow
Monday | October, 1st | 1:30 PM – 5:30 PM
This Session will highlight important aspects of the Pix4D User Workshop, and enable our attendees to have more in-depth conversations with our trainers related to these topics.
Q: Should I bring my laptop to the Advanced User Workshop?
A: Please ensure that you bring a laptop computer with the latest version of Pix4Dmapper installed to the User Workshop so that you may follow along during the hands-on exercises. Ensure that your computer is equipped with Windows, has at least 16 GB RAM, 20 GB free hard drive space, and a GPU that supports OpenGL 3.2. Pix4D does not provide loaner computers. We also suggest that users bring a computer mouse to facilitate 3D navigation in the software. A Mouse can also be helpful!
Q: Should I bring my drone to the Workshop?
A: Please DO NOT bring your drone to the workshop. This is a training about software. Under no circumstances will drones be permitted to fly during the workshop. DO NOT fly your drone at or around the workshop venue.
Q: I am not certain that my interests will be covered.
A: Please contact us if you need more detailed information about the agenda above, by clicking “Contact”, below.
Q: Do I need a license to Pix4Dmapper to attend the workshop?
A: We recommend that you own a license to Pix4Dmapper to attend the workshop. If you do not own a license to Pix4Dmapper you will be provided with a license for the duration of the workshop.
Q: Can I attend the workshop remotely by WebEx, phone, or conference call?
A: The workshop may be attended in person and is not available for remote attendance.
Q: Are discounts available for educational institutions or non-profit organizations?
A: Educational discounts are available, please contact the Pix4D training team for more information.
Q: How can I contact the workshop organizer if I have other questions?
A: Click “Contact”, below, and send us an email, and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Q: Refund policy
A: Orders may not be changed, modified, converted, or refunded once an order has been confirmed.
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Monday, Oct 1 | 8:30AM – 12:30PM
Monday, Oct 1 | 1:30PM – 5:30PM
For specific questions regarding the content that will be presented, please reach out to Pix4D directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.