Wednesday, November 23

13:00 h
14:00 h Opening  
14:15 h

The Development of Laser Scanning Systems from the Viewpoint of a Research Institute

Stefan Schwarzer, Department of Object and Shape Detection, Fraunhofer IPM, Freiburg          

Session I: Sensors and Calibration  
14:45 h

Surface Side Influences on the Reflectorless Distance Measurement

Miriam Zámečníková, Department of Geodesy and Geoinformation, Vienna University of Technology

15:15 h

Fusion of Laser- and Image-Based Data Sets – Concepts and Perspectives

Andreas Wagner, Chair of Geodesy, Technical University of Munich

15:45 h Coffee Break / Poster Session
16:30 h

Interaction of Laser Pulses with the Water Surface – Theoretical Aspects and Experimental Results

Gottfried Mandlburger, Department of Geodesy and Geoinformation, Vienna University of Technology

17:00 h

Strategy for Calibration of Multi-Sensor Systems

Harald Sternberg, Chair of Engineering Geodesy, HafenCity University Hamburg

17:30 h

Key Note Address I

3D Reconstruction in Project Tango

Jürgen Sturm, Google Germany GmbH, Munich

Key Note I
18:15 h

Thursday, November 24

08:30 h

Key Note Address II

Requirements and Visions for 3D-Sensing in Automotive Applications

Matthias Butenuth, IAV GmbH, Active Safety & Driver Assistance, Munich             

Key Note II
09:15 h

Hand-held Mobile Laser Scanning - Investigation and Evaluation in Complex Environments

Erica Nocerino, Bruno Kessler Foundation, 3D Optical Metrology Unit

Session II: Applications
09:45 h

Optimal Acquisition of Laser Scan Data

Andreas Nüchter, Informatics VII ­– Robotics and Telematics, Julius-Maximilians-University Würzburg          

10:15 h

Rail Track Diagnostics Based on Mobile Laser Scanning Data

Joël Braun, iNovitas AG

10:45 h
Coffee Break / Poster Session
11:30 h

Laserscanning and Multi-Spectral Imaging from UAV for Evaluating the Condition of Vegetation

Simon Stemmler, Chair of Remote Sensing and Landscape Information Systems FeLis, University of Freiburg

Session III: Data Interpretation and Visualization
12:00 h

New Methods of Visualizing 3D-Data Sets – From Reality to Virtuality

Christoph Müller, Faculty of Digital Media, Furtwangen University

12:30 h

FP7 IQmulus enabled efficient extraction of tree parameters in huge mobile mapping point clouds

Roderik Lindenbergh, Department of Geoscience and Remote Sensing, Delft University of Technology          

13:00 h Concluding Remarks / Evaluation
13:15 h   Workshop End