55th Photogrammetric Week

September 7-11, 2015, University of Stuttgart


Dieter Fritsch
Some Stuttgart Highlights of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing

Ruediger Wagner
Sensors to Solutions – Data to Information
Providing Accurate Answers Fast is Crucial
An Overview

Tobias Heuchel
Expanding Solutions for Photogrammetric and Remote Sensing Professionals

Philipp Grimm
IGI – Integrated Geospatial Innovations

Alexander Wiechert, Michael Gruber
UltraCam and UltraMap – An Update

Werner Mayr
UAVs for Production

Yuri Raizman
VisionMap A3 Edge – A Single Camera for Multiple Solutions

Chance Michael Coughenour
The Marie Sklodowska-Curie ITN-DCH Project – Overview and Scientific Work


Remotely Sensed Data Acquisition - An Update

Fabio Remondino
Oblique Aerial Imagery – A Review

Georg Bareth
3D Data Acquisition to Monitor Cropping Systems: Sensors and Methods

Wolfgang Wagner
Big Data Infrastructures for Processing Sentinel Data

Norbert Pfeifer
Lidar: Exploiting the Versatility of a Measurement Principle in Photogrammetry

Norbert Haala
Image-based 3D Data Capture in Urban Scenarios

Ismael Colomina
On Trajectory Determination for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing: Sensors, Models and Exploitation

Heiko Hirschmüller
Computer Vision for Mobile Robot Navigation

Christian Heipke
Image Analysis Based on Probabilistic Models

Helmut Mayer
From Orientation to Functional Modeling for Terrestrial and UAV Images

Konrad Schindler
Recent Developments in Large-scale Tie-point Search


Advanced Modelling in Photogrammetry, Computer Vision and Computer Graphics

Luc Van Gool
Real-time Photometric Stereo

Michael Klein
The 4D-CH Calw Project – Spatio-temporal Modelling of Photogrammetry and Computer Graphics

Daniel Thalmann
Hand Motion and Grasping: Capturing, Recognizing and Synthesizing

Hans-Gerd Maas
Photogrammetric Techniques for Spatio-temporal Analyses of Glacier Motion Patterns

Manfred Buchroithner
High up and Deep below – Dynamic 3D Cartography at the Roof of the World and in Sea-Level Caves

George Vosselman
From Nationwide Point Clouds to Nationwide 3D Landscape Models

Clive Fraser
Advances in Close-Range Photogrammetry

Nadia Magnenat-Thalmann
Image-based 3D Avatar for Virtual Try-on Applications

Thomas Ertl
GeoVis – From Terrain to Tweets and Movements

Kurt Rothermel
Public Sensing – Using Your Mobile Phone for Crowd Sourcing


Excellence in Geoinformatics

Liqiu Meng
Mobility and Visuality of the Digital World

Lutz Plümer
Early Identification of Plant Stress in Hyperspectral Images

Monika Sester
Interpretation of Moving Point Trajectories

Thomas H. Kolbe
CityGML goes to Broadway

Ralf Bill
Geoinformatics and e-Science


PhoWo 2025

April 1-4, 2025




Carl Pulfrich

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