Climate change is a challenge for land management! The resources of soil and water are limited, pest infestations have to be managed and the weather does what it wants? What are the possibilities of using surveying drones and other current trends and developments in the field of land management to meet these challenges?
Land management is an important part of our society, which results in many important tasks and challenges. Climate change, which also affects us all, creates additional demands.
At the Surveyors' Day, experts from practice, academia and research presented current trends, developments and solutions in the field of land management.
Andrea Heidenreich, Senior Ministerial Counsellor in the Ministry of Food, Rural Areas and Consumer Protection, and Robert Jakob, President of the State Office for Geoinformation and Land Development, underlined the importance and topicality of the subject with their own presentations.
In addition to exciting lectures and ample opportunity for networking, the Surveyors' Day also provided a worthy setting to honour four students of the Surveying and Geoinformatics programme for their outstanding achievements:
The chairman of the DVW Baden-Württemberg e.V. Markus Muhler presented the Harbert Book Prize to Mr. Christian Gaus B.Eng. - as the best student of the year in the surveying and geoinformatics course in the summer semester 2021.
Three BDB prizes for outstanding theses were awarded by Benjamin Sattes on behalf of the BDB Baden-Württemberg e.V. and the abv to Ms Beatrice Messmer B.Eng., Marcel Grießhaber B.Eng. and Sebastian Sixt B.Eng.
The Surveying Day was organized this year by Prof. Dr. Sonja Bauer and Prof. Dr. Gerrit Austen. On behalf of the Department of Geomatics we already invite you to the 14th Surveyors' Day in November 2023!