Building a Sustainable Future with Smart Digital Reality
Creating Smart Digital Reality means developing an accurate digital representation of the real world through the fusion of reality capture data from airborne, ground and mobile sensors and sharing 3D design projects and models within real-world context in order to deeply engage with the world.
Smart Digital Reality allows engineers and scientists to model scenarios, examine impacts, and find the best solution helping avoid risks as well as costly trial and error. Dimensionally accurate cities and landscapes enable planning with greater creativity, fewer errors, less waste, and ideally no regrets. The smart digital reality preserves the past and the future by helping us make better choices about how we live on our planet.
Sustainability needs to be the focus right now and technologies need to work autonomously in the background to allow people to focus on what really matters in life.
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Burkhard Böckem is passionate about technology and has worked for over 20 years in the geospatial industry, gaining broad experience in innovative R&D throughout his career. His current focus is on delivering innovation in geospatial and digital reality, working with the latest advances in disruptive technologies such as artificial intelligence and 5D visualization.
As CTO of Hexagon AB he is responsible for driving innovation and development of their autonomous technology vision. He is also focused on democratizing technology - making complex solutions and workflows available to a broader set of sectors and users. He is proud to lead a team that develops products that support digital transformation, enabling new opportunities and efficiencies for a broad number of sectors.
He has a Master of Science degree in Geodesy from the University of Bonn in Germany and a Ph.d. from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zurich), where he was awarded the ETH Medal for his thesis.