Workshop 1


Currently, in Spain, there is no official organization whose objective is real estate delimitation. This circumstance causes innumerable conflicts, since for the same property there can be up to five realities. The Property Registry is the body that grants greater legal certainty and in it the rights are registered, often without cartography, configuring the Registry Reality. In the Notary’s Office, the adequacy of the legal business is authorized in a public document, which constitutes the Civil Reality. In the different administrations, both urban, territorial, or sectoral planning is generated, as well as other cartographies that delimit the public domain and prevail over the limits of property, this will be the Administrative Reality. On the other hand, in the Cadastre a tax cartography is generated, which determines the fiscal reality. And finally, the Physical-Topographic Reality must be considered, which, although it is the only tangible one, usually only indicates the will to dominate. In this workshop we will study these realities with a practical case, based on a survey with GNSS techniques of the physical-topographic reality, reviewing the most common forms of georeferencing in Spain.

workshop 2


Even thought remote sensing has been taught and worked with private software, the start of Google Earth Engine (GEE) has been a huge change. This allows us to work on different computers without worrying about your own computer capacity. Also, since it has multiple image collections, throught programming we can work analysis in more efficient way. The workshop starts with an introduction to Remote Sensing and Google Earth Engine. Later, we will be working with images or Digital Elevation Models and Image Collections in which we’ll be calculating indices and making computations on Image Colletions. And by the end of the workshop, we’ll be using reducers and working on parcel classification based on a NDVI time series. Taking this workshop, participants will have a superficial yet interesting knowledge of GEE and its uses. 

workshop 3


VRscan3D – terrestrial laser scanner simulator is designed to develop and improve practical skills and knowledge in modern surveying techniques by using a virtual environment. This one-day workshop will provide participants with an understanding of terrestrial laser scanning, and its applications in surveying. Through a combination of informative sessions, interactive demonstrations, and practical exercises, attendees will have the opportunity to explore the capabilities of this innovative tool. By the end of this workshop, participants will: Understand the fundamentals of terrestrial laser scanning and its benefits in surveying. Gain experience using the Terrestrial Laser Scanner for surveying and data processing. Enhance their ability to analyze and interpret scan data for accurate results. Acquire best practices and techniques for efficient surveying. The workshop will feature a combination of presentations, live demonstrations, and hands-on exercises. Participants will have the opportunity to interact with the Terrestrial Laser Scanner Simulator, guided by experienced instructors who will provide step-by-step instructions and answer questions throughout the sessions. Ample time will be allocated for practical exercises, allowing attendees to apply their newly acquired skills in a supportive learning environment.

workshop 4


Explanation and comparison of various methods of measuring glacier volumes with techniques applied in research, including the unpublished gnss reflectometry method, as well as the study of its temporal evolution. Subsequently, the students will process a file of observations obtained at the Spanish base in Antarctica with the help of a programme made by them in the application of their choice, previously determining the relevant method or combination of methods for its resolution.

workshop 5


The objective of this workshop is to understand the different types of scans for which the triangulation scanner is suitable and its level of detail. This type of scanner as useful for a wide range of applications, it also has a very convenient use. To achieve this, we will perform scans of various objects and we will see that the model can export in different formats, making it compatible with popular software and applications. In some cases, it may be the most appropiate system for acquiring 3D models, such as a facade. Overall, its accessibility and quality makes it a valuable tool for professionals.