Working Group Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry (5222)

  • 8010

    Steyrergasse 30 Graz

    Austria

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The Institute of Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry consists of 6 members and covers a wide range of expertise in the field of remote sensing and photogrammetry. The work of the Institute is focused on the application of various remote sensing techniques in the field of geosciences. This includes airborne (laserscanner data, airborne scanner data and aerial photos) and space borne remotely sensed data. Major applications are high mountain cartography, hazard mapping, glacier monitoring and forest monitoring. Another working area of the Institute is the application of close-range photogrammetry and terrestrial laser scanning in the field of documentation of cultural heritage, engineering projects and monitoring of glaciers, rock glaciers and landslides. Many projects are carried out in close co-operation with national and international organizations. Teaching comprises various courses of under-graduate and graduate level within Geomatics Engineering, Geomatics Science, and the university course “Space Sciences”. The Institute runs a dedicated computer lab for teaching and is well equipped with appropriate hardware (e.g., digital photogrammetric workstations, analytical stereoplotter, and analog and digital camera equipment for terrestrial photogrammetry) and software (e.g., Erdas Imagine and ArcInfo) to carry out application oriented projects and research work. Short Description: The Institute of Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry covers a wide range of expertise in the field of remote sensing and photogrammetry such as application of various remote sensing techniques in the field of geosciences, e.g. airborne and space borne remotely sensed data. Major applications are high mountain cartography, hazard mapping, glacier monitoring and forest monitoring, and furthermore the application of close-range photogrammetry and terrestrial laser scanning in the field of documentation of cultural heritage, engineering projects and monitoring of glaciers, rock glaciers and landslides.

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Profiles

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Rainer Prüller

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Research Output 1986 2016

The Graz permafrost monitoring network in the Hohe Tauern National Park (Austria)

Kaufmann, V., Kellerer-Pirklbauer-Eulenstein, A., Avian, M. & Lieb, G. K. 2016 In : Joannea / Geologie und Paläontologie. 12, p. 9-16 8 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Advanced DTM generation from very high resolution satellite stereo images

Perko, R., Raggam, H., Gutjahr, K. & Schardt, M. 2015 ISPRS Annals of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences, Volume II-3/W4, 2015 PIA15+HRIGI15. ., Vol. Volume II-3/W4, p. 165-172 (ISPRS Annals of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences)

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Activities 2005 2015

12. Österreichischer Geodätentag

Schardt, M. (Speaker)
5 May 20157 May 2015

Activity: Science to scienceInvited talk

CCSH15 - 1st International Academic Conference „Climate Change and Sustainable Heritage 2015“

Schardt, M. (Speaker)
18 Feb 201520 Feb 2015

Activity: Science to scienceTalk at conference or symposium

Prizes

Best Poster Award

Clemens Strauß (Recipient), Andreas Stiermeier (Recipient) & Gernot Hollinger (Recipient), 7 Jul 2011

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honors and awards

Best Poster Award CIPA 2005

Richard Ladstädter (Recipient) & Viktor Kaufmann (Recipient), 1 Oct 2005

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European Satellite Navigation Competition 2013 Galileo Master

Gernot Hollinger (Recipient) & Clemens Strauß (Recipient), 5 Nov 2013

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Projects 1992 2016