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We are pleased to welcome our new staff member Medhini Heeramaglore at the Chair of Geoinformatics. Ms. Heeramaglore completed a bachelor's deegree in Architecture at the Jawaharlal Nehru Architecture and Fine Arts University in Hyderabad, India, as well as a…

The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) published the new version 3.0 of the international OGC standard CityGML on 13 September 2021. The Chair of Geoinformatics at the Technical University of Munich played a leading role in the development of the new CityGML…

The Chair of Geoinformatics has been awarded the contract for the scientific support of the City of Munich in the creation of the city's digital twin. The digital twin Munich will be developed within the framework of the project "Digital Twin Munich" funded by…

The team of the Chair is pleased to welcome Murat Kendir as a new staff member. Mr. Kendir studied Geomatics and Geographic Information Technologies at Istanbul Technical University. Since July, he is conducting research within the PLIMOS project and is, among…

We are pleased to welcome our new staff members Marija Knezevic and Benedikt Schwab at the Chair of Geoinformatics. Ms. Knezevic studied geodesy and geoinformatics at the University of Zagreb in the Bachelor as well as in the Master. Since March 1st, she is…

The Chair of Geoinformatics has vacancies for the following positions to be filled as soon as possible (please follow the links below for further information): Researcher / PhD Candidate (f/m/d) 100%, Vehicle Sensor Simulation with Semantic 3D City Models …

In the Geomass Data project, the processing of geomass data in the cloud with Docker containers was demonstrated using the example of a solar potential analysis with vegetation model for the entire Munich city area. The results can be viewed in a 3D online demo. …

The Chair of Geoinformatics, in cooperation with the Leibnitz Institute for Ecological and Regional Development (IöR) and Fraunhofer ISE, has determined the theoretical area potential of building facades throughout Germany. At 12,000 square kilometres, it is…

At the graduation ceremony of the Department of Aerospace and Geodesy on Friday, 13.11.2020, our employees Son Nguyen and Dr. Tatjana Kutzner were awarded two teaching prizes in the category "Bachelor Geodesy Exercise" for the courses "Introduction to Computer…

To test automated driving functions, highly-detailed reference maps are created and described in the road networks standard OpenDRIVE. As OpenDRIVE was developed for the very specific field of vehicle simulation, the tool support within the GIS domain is limited.…