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Structures from Motion (SfM) is the process of creating a digital 3D representation of an object or scene from a series of digital 2D images. In its practical application by the civil engineer it is a relatively new technique, but one that has quickly gained traction in, and spilled over from, the allied surveying industry.
John Grimes Partnership have been using Structures from Motion in-house in the last year or so. This talk will provide an engineer’s overview of the technique and share experiences of applying SfM in a number of situations before exploring how the technique and its use may evolve.
Senior Civil/Structural Engineer, John Grimes Partnership
James holds bachelor’s degrees in Civil Engineering and in Biochemistry. His work over the last 16 years has included mixed materials structural engineering, flood risk assessment, drainage and infrastructure design, transport assessment, harbour asset management and project management. He has carried out strategic structural assessment of fragile surfaces and lead designer roles in the food processing sector.
In addition to this consultancy-based experience James has also carried out primary research in the water sector and has expertise in ultraviolet drinking water disinfection. His wide interests include the application of new methods to improve civil engineering in practice.
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