Presentation on theme: "The experience of public-private partnership in teaching students for remote sensing of the earth Head of the Department of Mine Surveying and Geodesy."— Presentation transcript:
The experience of public-private partnership in teaching students for remote sensing of the earth Head of the Department of Mine Surveying and Geodesy prof. Anatoly Okhotin Vice president of ISM September 2013
Who we are Irkutsk Region Area = 774,846 km 2 Irkutsk region is twice the area of Germany
Mineral deposits Oil 2 600 000 000 mt Gas 7 500 000 000 000 cub m Coal- 46 000 000 000 mt Ore iron 13 585 000 000 mt Au 2 350 mt
National Research Irkutsk State Technical University It was formed in 1950
The basic activities of the Department of Mine Surveying and Geodesy were trained more than: 700 mining engineers of mine surveyors; 700 engineers of surveyors; 100 cartographers.
Ground laser scanning
Operation Satellite receiver records the position of the scanning. The scanner records the distance and angle of the laser beam. The digital camera to take pictures 12000 points/ sek Max 1000 m From –25 ˚ C to +50 ˚ C
Topographic survey of open-custs, mines, tunnels, etc.
Gold recovery plan, Bodaibo cityA "crosslinked" cloud of points at the object
The model of support structuresThe executive documentation
Other successful projects
Autonomous Scout B1-100 UAV helicopter Pure weight - 45.1 kg; Max payload weight - 18 kg; Max flight time - 1.5 hours. Payload The laser scanner RIEGL The inertial system weight < 340 g weight = 4,6 kg
Our team Lucerne, Switzerland, October 2012
Starting the helicopter on the Baikal lake
Create 1:10000 topographic map area gold mine Shooting Characteristics: Survey area - 40 km2; UAV - Geoscan 101; Focal length fk = 35 mm; The average altitude H = 700 m; Longitudinal overlap P = 60%; Cross overlap Q = 60%.
What we are looking for: New Technologies New friends New equipment New scientific and technical cooperation Joint conferences, symposiums and seminars