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Die 3DGeo Forschungsgruppe (https://uni-heidelberg.de/3dgeo) der Abteilung Geoinformatik an der Universität Heidelberg sucht eine qualifizierte und motivierte Person für ein Praktikum als Scientific Software Developer*in (w/m/d) für einen Zeitraum von 3 bis 6 Monaten als stud./wiss. Hilfskraft. Im Anschluss besteht generell die Möglichkeit der Verlängerung oder die Bewerbung auf eine Stelle als wiss. Mitarbeiter*in (w/m/d). Die 3DGeo-Forschung [...]

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In recently published work, we show how change analysis from near-continuous 3D time series improves by considering full temporal information. How can it be done? Using 4D objects-by-change!
The method was applied to an hourly time series of terrestrial laser scans acquired for snow cover monitoring. In the snow-covered scene at the Zugspitze ski resort, all [...]

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Was für Forschung und Ziele stecken denn hinter dieser Abbildung?

In einem aktuellen Beitrag in der Zeitschrift Ruperto Carola erläutert Professor Höfle stellvertretend für die gesamte 3DGeo Heidelberg Forschungsgruppe, was Umweltbeobachtung in 4D bedeutet und hebt die Bedeutung von Open Science - Open Source - Open Access hervor:

ABSTRACT: Rund um die Uhr beobachten Laserscanner beispielsweise das [...]

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Vom 9. bis zum 12. März 2022 findet die jährliche FOSSGIS Konferenz statt, die führende Konferenz für Freie und Open Source Software für Geoinformationssysteme und Open Data im deutschsprachigen Raum.
Im Themenbereich 3D und LiDAR wird die 3DGeo Gruppe mit Beiträgen zur Open Source Software HELIOS++ vertreten sein, die der Simulation von Laserscanning dient. Am Freitag, 11. [...]

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Registration for our Innsbruck Summer School of Alpine Research 2022 has been extended until 28 February 2022. If you want to learn innovative practical and methodological skills to characterize complex terrain and object features using close-range and remote sensing techniques - use this chance to apply now!
All details regarding learning objectives, keynote speakers, [...]

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This week on 29 November, it was announced that our team member Nina Krašovec received Nahtigal Award from the Faculty of Arts of the University of Ljubljana (UL) for her master’s thesis “Detection of standing dead trees using leaf-on and leaf-off UAV-borne laser scanning point cloud data in mixed forests”. The research was conducted under [...]

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Registration for our Innsbruck Summer School of Alpine Research 2022 is now open (until 15 January 2022). If you want to learn innovative practical and methodological skills to characterize complex terrain and object features using close-range and remote sensing techniques - apply now!

The Summer School in the Ötztal Alps in Austria will be [...]

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On Tuesday, 16 November 2021, Dr Katharina Anders defended her PhD research with great success.
In her dissertation, Katharina developed methods on 4D change analysis to extract natural surface changes from near-continuous LiDAR time series of dynamic landscapes.
Congratulations, Katharina, for this excellent research - we are very proud to have you in our team and wish [...]

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A virtual alumni event of the Innsbruck Summer School of Alpine Research will take place on Tuesday, 7th December, 15:00-17:00.
Close- and remote sensing techniques turned to essential methods for mapping and quantifying processes in mountain environments. Many different sensor systems, platforms and analysis approaches are available for observing and monitoring dynamic patterns [...]

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In the SYSSIFOSS project, we are investigating how we can take advantage of virtual laser scanning (VLS), the simulation of laser scanning in a computer environment, in forestry applications. These applications include survey planning and optimization, sensitivity analyses, and algorithm development. For example, VLS may be used to investigate the influence of different sensor and [...]

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