Pix4D Announces First User Conference in Denver, Colorado

Pix4D users are invited to share stories about working with drone mapping

Pix4D is a Swiss company that develops a suite of software products that use photogrammetry and computer vision algorithms to transform RGB, thermal and multispectral images into 3D maps and models.

San Francisco, California – Pix4D will be hosting its first user conference on October 2nd and 3rd 2019 in Denver, Colorado.

Pix4D users, drone enthusiasts and GIS-perts are invited to the ‘Mile-High City’ for two days of discussion about surveying, mapping, drones, and technology which is changing the world.

The lineup of user stories (announcing soon) will be a highlight of the Pix4D User Conference. Users are invited to share experiences about their work with drone mapping: for surveying, construction, agriculture, public safety, humanitarian purposes and more. Pix4D photogrammetry software has been used to map on every continent – including Antarctica. In 2018 alone, Pix4D’s 50,000 active users mapped more than 120 million acres.

As well as best practises and tips shared by users and Pix4D product experts, Pix4D trainings will also be offered.

“Because great ideas don’t always happen inside the office, the Pix4D User Conference offers all attendees multiple possibilities to connect with peers and the Pix4D team over the course of the event.”, says Nikoleta Guetcheva, Head of Marketing. A call for speakers is open on the events website, conference.pix4d.com.

The conference is hosted in the iconic McNichols Civic Center Building in Denver, Colorado. It will run from 9:00 on October 2nd and will end on October 3rd at 17:00.

Early bird tickets will be on sale soon. More information can be found on conference.pix4d.com.

About Pix4D
Pix4D is a dynamic and rapidly expanding software company with headquarters in Lausanne, Switzerland, and local offices in San Francisco, Shanghai, Berlin and Madrid. The company develops a line of end-to-end mapping solutions which convert images into georeferenced maps, models and tangible information. Using advanced algorithms based on computer vision, photogrammetry and machine learning, Pix4D offers survey-grade accuracy, as well as a unique bundle of mobile drone flight execution, desktop and cloud processing.