Dates: Wednesday 11th October 2017, 8:30 – Friday 13th October 2017, 13:00

Location: Ordnance Survey, Adanac Drive, Southampton SO16 0AS, United Kingdom 

Organisers: EuroSDR (European Spatial Data Research), Institute for Photogrammetry University of Stuttgart, Ordnance Survey UK

Target Group: Staff of national mapping agencies, public authorities and other organisations dealing with photogrammetric production; PhD and Master students seeking an introductory course in photogrammetry. 

The number of participants is limited to 25!

Lectures and tutorials will be held by Prof. Norbert Haala and Dr. Michael Cramer from the Institute for Photogrammetry, University of Stuttgart.

Tuition Fee: €400


Part I - Basics
Georeferencing / Collinearity concept, General camera model / Homogenous Coordinates, Bundle Adjustment, Accuracy considerations, Structure-from-Motion, Image matching / Tie point transfer

Part II - Extended AT
GNSS & GNSS/inertial supported AT, Concept of camera calibration, Physical calibration models, Mathematical calibration models

Part III - Direct Georeferencing
Basics GNSS/inertial data processing, Direct georeferencing – mathematical model, Geodetic aspects in Direct Georeferencing, Example: DG for corridor surveys

Part IV – Image-based surface reconstruction
Dense Stereo Image Matching, Multi-View Systems, Range Image Fusion for 2.5D and 3D Model Generation, Example: Evaluation of oblique imagery

Part V - Examples & Applications
Remarks on camera selection, Rolling shutter and image blur, RPAS specific flight scenarios, Example: RPAS in national mapping 

For further information, please contact the EuroSDR Secretariat at