Wednesday, Nov. 14

12:30 h Registration
13:30 h Opening
13:45 h Limits to calibration: Engineers against nature's stubborness
Stefan Schwarzer, Department of Object and Shape Detection, Fraunhofer IPM, Freiburg


Sensors and calibration


14:15 h On intensity-based stochastic models for terrestrial laser scanners
Daniel Wujanz, Institute of Geodesy and Geo­information Science, Technische Universität Berlin
14:45 h Development of laser scanning systems
Antero Kukko, Centre of Excellence in Laser Scanning Research, Finnish Geospatial Research Institute
15:15 h
Coffee break / Poster session  
16:00 h Mobile mapping - view of a service provider
Dirk Ebersbach, Lehmann und Partner GmbH, Erfurt



16:30 h Laser-based tunnel inspection
Edouard Lamboray, Amberg Technologies AG, Regensdorf
17:00 h Laserscanning – A game-changing technology
Jürgen Meyer, Leica Geosystems, Heerbrugg
18:30 h

Thursday, Nov. 15

09:00 h

Fully-automated 3D-data interpretation by deep learning
Katharina Wäschle, Department of Object and Shape Detection, Fraunhofer IPM, Freiburg


Data interpretation and visualization


09:30 h
Contemporary point cloud visualization methods
Christoph Müller, Faculty of Digital Media,
Furtwangen University

10:00 h Coffee break / Poster session
10:45 h Optical underwater sensing – Challenges in hydrography
Harald Sternberg, Chair of Engineering Geodesy, HafenCity University Hamburg


Underwater sensing

11:15 h Mobile mapping of partially submerged structures using structured light laser scanning
Andreas Nüchter, Informatics VII –
Robotics and Telematics, Julius-Maximilians-University, Würzburg
11:45 h

Real-time and full-color 3D inspection of underwater structures using the SeaVision system
Jakob Schwendner, Kraken Robotik GmbH, Bremen
12:15 h Underwater time-of-flight laser scanning
Katharina Predehl, Department of Object and Shape Detection, Fraunhofer IPM, Freiburg
12:45 h Conclusion

13:00 h
Workshop end