Sigma Metrix
February 14, 2020
Spartak Chebotarev made a presentation at the conference
On February 13-14, the XI International Scientific and Practical Conference “Geodesy. Mine survey. Aerial photography" was held. It was one of the key locations for interaction, exchange of views and experiences between the specialists in the field of digital geoinformation technologies.

In 2020 the conference brought together significant number of participants - about 200 people: the management of specialized state institutions (Rosreestr, FSBI Center for Geodesy, Cartography and SDI, Directorate of Military Survey of the RF General Staff of Armed Forces, FSUE VNIIFTRI, JSC Roskartography, JSC "Russian Space Systems", etc.), higher educational and scientific institutions (MIIGAiK, Gubkin Russian State Oil and Gas University, Kazan Federal University, NII Transneft, etc.), as well as commercial Russian and foreign companies.

The Conference provided a possibility to find out about the latest new technologies, equipment and software for geospatial data acquisition and processing, to discuss the prospects for market development, to learn about training programs for industry specialists, and attend master classes of the leading companies.

Sigma Metrix presented a report at the plenary session of the Conference. Spartak Chebotarev, the President of the company, reported on the 3D object model of the New Moscow territory, automatic change detection in the capital construction facilities, and automated updating of 3D object model databases for the Unified Real Estate Register for property taxation. The key project outcomes were as follows:

  • generation of over 300 thousand textured 3D models of capital facilities,
  • placement of all the models in the Oracle databases of the Unified Real Estate Register,
  • multiple increase in the taxable base of capital facilities,
  • development of automatic change detection methods for large modeling areas and technology for mass 3D building modeling in record time.

“The 3D object model of the Moscow city is an ideal platform for structuring and exchanging spatially distributed indicators, as well as for continuous monitoring of changes in the system, - Spartak Chebotarev. – "We believe that creation of the unified spatial data access infrastructure will contribute to the solution of issues in various application of the Moscow government".