54th Photogrammetric Week earlybird ending

By on 25 June, 2013

Der Schlossplatz

‘From High Definition Point Clouds to 3D Virtual Reality Models’

The Institute for Photogrammetry of the University of Stuttgart and the OpenPhoWo partners would like to give notice of the 54th Photogrammetric Week in Stuttgart, Germany from Monday, 9 September to Friday, 13 September 2013.

This regular event was initiated by Carl Pulfrich as a ‘vacation course in photogrammetry’ in 1909, and since 1973 it has been held at the University of Stuttgart. Today, Photogrammetric Week enjoys international recognition as an upgrading seminar and a platform for the exchange of experience.

Due to its close connection with photogrammetry, the subject of geoinformatics has firmly established itselves among the topics of this event, which has been directed by Professor Dieter Fritsch, Stuttgart, since 1992.

The lectures by experts from Germany and abroad will be focused on the following topics:

  • Data Collection From Air, Space and Ground — An Update;
  • Advanced Methods of Computer Vision and Photogrammetry;
  • Solving the Future Mapping Problem, All About 3D Modelling.

The presentations will be in English, with sufficient time allocated for discussion.

The program will be supplemented with demonstrations and comments on practical examples in the afternoons. The fringe events will offer sufficient opportunity for personal contacts.

In addition, a tutorial on “All About 3D Modelling — From 2.5D Meshes to 3D Virtual Reality Models” will be held by the Institute for Photogrammetry (ifp) on Sunday, September 8, 2013.

As in previous years, there is an early bird registration period – saving 50 EUR – which ends next week on June 30.

The final program for the event is now available.



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