IR flight over TUMThe project serves two principal goals: (i) to extract and interpret non-visible features of buildings from thermal infrared (TIR) data based on image analysis and (ii) to update and enrich the 3D building models with the information derived from non-visible features.

Several investigation has been done within the project which required the development of methods for geometric calibration of infrared cameras, methods for relative orientation using correlation and feature points, and methods for matching of images and image sequences with existing building models considering thermal infrared imagery.

 


IR flight over TUM

IR image taken from an airborne image sequence showing the TUM main building. Intensities are coded in false color.


Textured buildingBuilding of the institute with automatic extracted thermal textures from a terrestrial image sequence. Intensities color coded.

  • PIA19

    Photogrammetric Image Analysis 18.-20. September 2019 an der TUM
  • MRSS19

    Munich Remote Sensing Symposium 18.-20. September 2019 an der TUM
  • DGPF 2019

    DGPF-Jahrestagung 20.-22. Februar 2019 in Wien