52nd Photogrammetric Week

September 7-11, 2009, University of Stuttgart

Dieter Fritsch Welcome Address
Cornelia Gläβer, President DGPF Welcome Address
Orhan Altan, President ISPRS
Welcome Address


Frank Leymann Cloud Computing: The Next Revolution in IT

Juergen Dold From Earth to Image Distribution, Leica Geosystems and ERDAS
Advances in Geospatial Solutions

Jack Ickes Intergraph – A Company Profile

Alexander Wiechert, Michael Gruber Vexcel Imaging GmbH – Innovating in Photogrammetry:
UltraCamXp, UltraCamLp and UltraMap

Johannes Saile News from Trimble GeoSpatial

Hubert Minten The Modular System Concept of IGI


Image-based Data Collection

Armin Grün Digital Photogrammetric Imaging � Past, Present and Future

Michael Cramer Digital Airborne Camera Performance – The DGPF Test

Dirk H. Doering Advantages of Customized Optical Design for Aerial Survey Cameras

Robert E. Ryan Enhanced Absolute and Relative Radiometric Calibration for Digital Aerial Cameras

Christoph Dörstel RMK D – A True Metric Medium-Format Digital Aerial Camera System

Yaron Vilan The New Vision Map A3 Airborne Camera System

Jens Kremer Optimized Data Acquisition with the IGI DigiTHERM Thermal Camera System

Nils Karbø Oblique Aerial Photography: A Status Review

Andreas Eckardt The Bright Future of High Resolution Satellite Remote Sensing –
Will Aerial Photogrammetry Become Obsolete?


LiDAR: Airborne, Terrestrial and Mobile Applications

George Vosselman Advanced Point Cloud Processing

Charles Toth The State-of-the Art in Airborne Data Collection Systems – Focused on LiDAR

Ronald Roth Point Clouds and Pixels – New Technology Solutions for Imaging and Scanning Sensors

Jan Böhm Terrestrial LiDAR in Urban Data Acquisition

Graham Hunter Mobile Mapping – The StreetMapper Approach

Nedal Al-Hanbalia, Joe Hutton Mobile Mapping for Earthwork Monitoring: A Case Study on the Convergence
of Photogrammetry with Advanced Positioning Techniques for Maximum Productivity
and Accuracy

Naser El-Sheimy Emerging MEMS IMU and Its Impact on Mapping Applications

Jim Peterson Integrating Various Terrestrial and Aerial Sensor Data for Transportation Projects

Bryan Mercer Countrywide Coverage of RADAR DTMs – The Intermap Approach


Value-Added Photogrammetry

Wolfgang Förstner

Computer Vision and Remote Sensing – Lessons Learned

Franz Leberl

Collection, Processing and Augmentation of VR Cities

Thomas H. Kolbe

CityGML – OGC Standard for Photogrammetry?

Brad Skelton

Sensor to Internet: A Complete Workflow from Pixels to the Web with
On-Demand Geoprocessing

Norbert Haala

Comeback of Digital Image Matching

Eberhard Gülch

Advanced Matching Techniques for High Precision Surface and Terrain Models

Ben Kacyra

CyArk 500 – 3D Documentation of 500 Important Cultural Heritage Sites

Christian Heipke

EuroSDR – a Research Organisation Serving Europe�s Geospatial Information Needs

Alexander Wiechert

BING maps - a Virtual World

Martin Kada

The 3D Berlin Project

Jürgen Döllner

Towards the Automated Construction of Digital Cities

Dieter Fritsch

Closing Session


PhoWo 2025

April 1-4, 2025




Carl Pulfrich

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