October 2-3, 2019 l Denver, Colorado

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Join other Pix4D users, drone enthusiasts and GIS-perts in Denver for two days of talking about tech that’s changing the world. There’s a lineup of user stories (will yours be one of them?), new products to explore, and some of the most interesting people around – your peers.
Get inspired

From data acquisition to integration with third party software, learn from other users and Pix4D product experts. Share best practices that will help bring your drone program to the next level.

Map the future together

Disrupt industries, digitalize reality, and define new boundaries. Meet the latest products in our software suite and chat to Pix4D developers and team members about what you would like to see next.

The tie point

Meet industry professionals with the same passion for all things mapping-related. Over coffee, at lunch and at the evening networking event, start the conversation.

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Preliminary program

Pix4D Training Team

This Pix4Dmapper Essentials workshop will introduce you to key Pix4Dmapper workflows. You will learn best practices for capturing RGB images and creating, managing, analyzing, and sharing 2D and 3D representations of reality. A series of hands-on exercises will demonstrate how to effectively work with the Pix4Dmapper solution.

Objectives
- Produce accurate 2D and 3D georeferenced representations of reality, including orthomosaics and 3D models
- Acquire accurate measurements
- Share your deliverables with stakeholders

17:30

Pix4D Training Team

This Pix4Dmapper Essentials workshop will introduce you to key Pix4Dmapper workflows. You will learn best practices for capturing RGB images and creating, managing, analyzing, and sharing 2D and 3D representations of reality. A series of hands-on exercises will demonstrate how to effectively work with the Pix4Dmapper solution.

18:00

Pix4D Training Team

The rayCloud editing tips & tricks workshop is intended to review suggested workflows for editing the dense point cloud with the intent of improving the 3D textured mesh, DSM and orthomosaic. We will review processing options for point cloud generation and strategies to produce cleaner point clouds, in addition, to clean up “noise” when necessary.

Objectives
- Better understand sources of point cloud noise within a Pix4D project
- Review Keyboard Shortcuts to streamline data selection & rayCloud navigation
- Review Point Cloud Classification steps, with focus on Ground and Road Surface classes
- Practice Point Cloud editing with sample data

17:30

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Full Conference

Pass

 
 

$500

Access to conference and all breakout sessions

Networking event + dinner

Breakfast and lunch for both days

Snacks and refreshments for both days


 
 
 
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Full Conference
 +
rayCloud editing workshop

 
 
 

$995

Access to conference and all breakout sessions

Networking event + dinner

Breakfast and lunch for both days

Snacks and refreshments for both days

1-day workshop

 
 
 
 
 
Learn more


Full Conference 

+

Essentials workshop

$1,395

Access to conference and all breakout sessions

Networking event + dinner

Breakfast and lunch for both days

Snacks and refreshments for both days

2-day workshop

* If you want to attend the conference and both workshops, please contact marketing@pix4d.com

Featured speakers

Over two days a lineup of users will map out their real-world experiences with Pix4D. Different applications, different industries, all fascinating.

Chris Strasbaugh

Digital Archivist & Curator - The Ohio State University

Chris Strasbaugh will show us how to go from drone images to AR/VR experiences and integrate these new technologies in a university curriculum.

Neal Carter

Principal Engineer - Kineticorp

Neal Carter performed an optimization project by mapping a mock accident scene with different UAVs, flight patterns, flight controller software, ground control methods, and flight altitudes.

Mark Johnson

CEO - Visual Law Group

We specialize in producing high-end 3D visualizations that are used in court trials and mediation proceedings as well as providing forensic documentation of crime and disaster scenes.

Chris Anderson

CEO & Founder - 3DR

In 2009, Chris co-founded 3DR with Jordi Munoz to help serve the open source DIY Drones community. By 2012 3DR had become America’s biggest drone maker in units, a testament to the emerging DIY and consumer market.

Gregory Crutsinger

Founder - Scholar Farms

We help customers build standard operating procedures for successful UAV mapping and scale their drone programs.

Barritt Lovelace

Regional Manager - Collins Engineers

Modeling 3D structures as complex as bridges is difficult - but we have been able to successfully map numerous bridges and complete ancillary structure inspections.

Paul Aitken

Founder - Drone U

What do drones have to do with sports? We use drones to map Radar Facilities in MLB Stadiums to help understand Radar Placement within stadiums to provide better sports analytics.

Jonathan Ellinger

Remote Sensing Manager - S&F Land Services

We've worked on multiple challenging projects including offshore jetty reconstruction mapping, ALTA surveys, and full topographic surveys using photogrammetry and precise acquisition techniques, both terrestrial and aerial capture.

Ian Thompson

Director - Civil Geotechnical Consultants

We used photogrammetry techniques to undertake detailed geological mapping of an unstable slope for the purpose of slope risk assessment and ongoing management and maintenance of the site.

Dan Kemme

Principal - Dekker, Perich, Sabatini

Dan Kemme's project is about 3D scanning and modeling of an historic building on the campus of New Mexico Military Institute.

Bill English

Senior Investigator - NTSB

NTSB is a federal agency charged with investigating transportation accidents. We made an actionable map, model, fly-through visualization from poorly gathered initial data from a major Boeing 777 accident.

Scott Graves

Associate Professor - Southern Connecticut State University

I work with dozens of undergraduates in Drone applications courses and in mentored individual research projects using sUAS for conservation ecology in the coastal zone (forests, wetlands, beaches).

Our sponsors

McNichols Civic Center Building

 

144 W. Colfax Avenue
Denver, CO 80202, USA

Book your accommodation

Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel

Limited rooms at an exclusive price, only 5 minutes walking distance from the Pix4D User Conference.

Be a presenter

The Pix4D User Conference is all about you. You’re the ones working with drone mapping, collecting images, marking MTPs, and sharing data through the Cloud.

If you’re proud of a project, here’s your chance to share it with the community.

Present your project

Frequently asked questions

Do I need a ticket? How much does it cost?

Tickets for the Pix4D User Conference 2019 are available in the tickets section.

When and where is the Pix4D User Conference?

The Pix4D User Conference will take place Wednesday October 2nd and Thursday October 3rd, 2019, in the McNichols Civic Center Building in Denver, Colorado.

The exact address is 144 W. Colfax Avenue, Denver, Colorado, United States. Find it on Google maps.

I’m interested! How can I find out more?

Check back here regularly for announcements of speakers, breakout sessions and activities, or sign up to receive regular updatesFollow Pix4D on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn and join the conversation with the hashtag #UCPix4D.

Will the sessions be recorded or live streamed?

No, we do not plan to record or live stream sessions – we will let you know if that changes. For updates, follow Pix4D on social media and use the hashtag #UCPix4D.

Will meals be provided?

Absolutely. Breakfast, lunch, snacks, and refreshments will be provided on both days of the Pix4D User Conference. Dinner during the networking event is also included.

Will there be Wi-Fi?

Of course! All attendees will have access to Wi-Fi.

Will I be filmed or photographed during the event?

This event may be photographed and filmed for educational and promotional purposes. By attending, you consent to Pix4D’s use of your likeness for such purposes.

I can't attend the Pix4D User Conference anymore. Can I get a refund?

All purchases are non-refundable. In case you can no longer attend, it is possible to transfer your ticket. Please contact marketing@pix4d.com and we will take care of it.

Can I transfer my ticket to a colleague?

Yes, please contact marketing@pix4d.com and we will take care of it.

What’s there to do in Denver?

Denver, the Mile High City is a center of geospatial innovation. Take a stroll down the mile-long 16th Street Denver Mall or check out the Denver Art Museum. If you’re in town for a bit longer, take a whiskey tour, or head into the Rocky Mountains.

Oh and there’s a little event called the Pix4D User Conference you might be interested in checking out.

What do I do if I still have questions?

Reach out to the team at marketing@pix4d.com.