Digital Documentation Conference 2009

22-23 April
Glasgow School of Art’s Digital Design Studio

The 2009 conference, designed for architects, planners, conservation specialists and people interested in the built heritage, addresses the use of advanced digital documentation technology. The event is in association with Historic Scotland, Leica Geosystems, Hexagon Metrology and the CyArk Foundation. Digital Documentation 2009 will have 14 presenters from the US, Mexico, Spain, Germany, Italy, Turkey and the United Kingdom to speak about digital documentation, laser scanning and 2D/3D representation within the heritage and conservation sectors.

Day one will consist of presentations focussing on the applied use of laser scanning and digital survey, particularly looking at heritage documentation. Day two will focus on the use of the technology from an owner and institutional level. The keynote speaker will be Gustavo Araoz, the President of the International Council of Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS).

Examples of new technologies will be on exhibition with the opportunity to look at and discuss methods with technical experts from Leica Geomatics, Hexagon Meteorology and Pointools. Exhibitors include the CyArk Foundation, Historic Scotland, The Rosslyn Chapel Trust and others

The Conference will be held at the Old Fruitmarket in the heart of Glasgow’s Merchant City. Tickets are priced at £65 for a single day or £100 for two. To register please fill in the form in the registration section and email or fax it to us at / +44 (0) 141 353 4448. You can include payment details on this form or alternatively pay over the phone by calling +44 (0) 141 353 4422

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