Datumate’s core competency is rooted in a team of construction experts and high-tech professionals. Datumate is a Construction-Tech company that promotes innovation and digital transformation in the construction market.
Datumate University will give you the tools and know-how to utilize state of the art technologies in your survey work. Join our experts in one of the up-coming webinars to learn more.
|Datumate University - Quick & Accurate Volume Calculation
Review the key feature Volume Calculation and generate accurate volume reports . Learn techniques for quick and efficient volume calculation using various base surfaces – extracted from the point cloud or imported from CAD and more.
|Aug 28, 2018||10:00 EDT||1 hour||Register|
|Datumate University - Topographic Map Generation Using Drones
Learn the different technics that DatuSurvey™ provides for accurate and quick topographic point extraction. Export points, lines and surfaces in a range of formats and finalize the map in CAD systems.
|Sep 4, 2018||10:00 EDT||1 hour||Register|
|Datumate Solutions Overview & Demo
From automated drone mapping to high-precision outputs, Datumate’s photogrammetry software tools save costly field and office time, cut down operational expenses and achieve the most accurate results. Join a live demo session with our pre-sales engineers and geomatics experts to learn about Datumate's end-to-end solution, key features, functionalities, range of products (DatuFly™, DatuSurvey™ and DatuSite™), case studies and Q&A session at the end.
|Sep 12, 2018||10:00 EDT||1 hour||Register|
|Datumate University - Accurate 3D CAD Data from Drone Images
Learn how to generate accurate 3D CAD data directly from the images. In this webinar we will review the key feature Measure & Draw and generate accurate 3D CAD data directly on raw 2D images. Also, we will cover how to digitize curbs, fences, parking lots and any other man-made objects relevant for As-Build and Topographic Map. Using Datumate's solutions, you will learn technics for quick and efficient digitization of electric lines, cables and other fine objects – type of objects that don’t appear in standard point clouds.
|Sep 20, 2018||10:00 EDT||1 hour||Register|