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HeiGIT
 
Adresse
Heidelberg Institute for Geoinformation Technology
Berliner Str. 45 (Mathematikon)
D-69120 Heidelberg
 
 
Leitung
 
Sekretariat
Bettina Knorr
Im Neuenheimer Feld 368
Zimmer 108, 1. OG
69120 Heidelberg
knorr@uni-heidelberg.de
Tel: +49 (0) 6221 54-5560
Fax: +49 (0) 6221 54-4529
 
Getragen von:
KTS – Klaus Tschira Stiftung gemeinnützige GmbH
 

Aufbau des Heidelberg Institute for Geoinformation Technology

getragen von der Klaus Tschira Stiftung

Das Projekt zum Aufbau des Heidelberg Institute for Geoinformation Technology (HeiGIT) ist an der Abteilung Geoinformatik am Geographischen Institut der Universität Heidelberg angesiedelt. Das Ziel ist es den Wissens- und Technologietransfer aus der Geoinformatik-Grundlagenforschung in die Praxis auf Basis innovativer Geoinformationstechnologien zu verbessern. Der Fokus liegt auf der Umsetzung praxisbezogener Projekte und Dienste vor allem in den Bereichen

  • Big Spatial Data Analytics,
  • Intelligente Ortsbasierte Dienste und Navigation, sowie
  • Disaster-Mapping für humanitäre Hilfen.

Big Spatial Data Analytics Navigation Intelligence & Location Based Services
Analyse, Veredelung und Nutzung von Geoinformationen aus nutzergenerierten Geodaten durch Spatial Data Mining, Machine Learning und Geocomputation

Leistungen und Referenzen
Innovative Verkehrs- und Mobilitätslösungen, Routing- und Navigationsdiensten auf Basis veredelter Daten von OpenStreetMap und des Social Web

Leistungen und Referenzen

Disaster Mapping - (V)GI für humanitäre Hilfe
Unterstützung humanitärer Aktionen durch innovative Geo-Dienste und aktuelle Karten für das Katastrophenmanagement v.a. auf Basis nutzergenerierter Geodaten (Crowdsourcing, OSM, Social Web...)

Leistungen und Referenzen

Aktuelle Neuigkeiten:

20.07.2018 19:00
Coupling maximum entropy modeling with geotagged social media data to determine the geographic distribution of tourists

Modeling the geographic distribution of tourists at a tourist destination is crucial when it comes to enhancing the destination’s resilience to disasters and crises, as it enables the efficient allocation of limited resources to precise geographic locations. Seldom have existing studies explored the geographic distribution of tourists through understanding the mechanisms behind it. In a [...]

19.07.2018 09:55
Last reminder: Call for papers PLATIAL’18

Our PLATIAL’18 workshop on place-based analysis in September is approaching quickly, and so is the submission deadline. Please be aware that the call closes next week: Wednesday, 25 July 2018, 11.59 pm (CEST) Looking forward to your valuable submissions and participation!

17.07.2018 11:50
EU Sentinel 2 osmlanduse.org fusion @ Toulouse Space show

Another chapter in machine human fusion land use device narrative: new Sentinel 2 osmlanduse.org product results based on OpenStreetMap plus Sentinel 2 data plus Machine Learning were presented at ToulouseSpaceShow 2018 during a European Space Agency (ESA) Research and User Support (RUS) event. Stay tuned: The new product will soon be available for all [...]

17.07.2018 10:04
FOSS4G-Europe: Presentation about supporting personalised pedestrian and wheelchair navigation based on open source and open data in Openrouteservice

FOSS4G Europe as the European community event on free and open source gis is taking place this week July 16 to 20th, 2018 in Guimarães Portugal. A. Zipf is giving a talk about supporting personalised pedestrian routing options (like healthy and quiet routing) as well as wheelchair routing and navigation based on open source and open data. [...]

16.07.2018 15:22
HOT End of semester Mapathon and BBQ

Flood events caused serious harm in wide areas of Japan and Sri Lanka over the last couple of weeks. Heavy rain, floods and landslides occured in South West area of Japan and monsoon rains have caused severe flooding in the Kurunagala and Puttalam districts of Sri Lanka. The Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT) has received requests from [...]

16.07.2018 11:20
HeiGIT/GIScience@FOSS4G 2018

FOSS4G 2018 is only 42 days away and we are excited to present our Openrouteservice for Disaster Management there. Furthermore, we will provide insights on the potential of the ohsome platform for the HOT community. Check out the program for further details. We hope to see you in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, August 27 - 31th, [...]

15.07.2018 10:10
Successfull PhD Defence of GIScience Group Member Julian Bruns

Our GIScience Research Group team member Julian Bruns has recently defended his PhD at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) at the FZI in the project BigGIS. Congratulations Julian, well done! The topic of the thesis was “Robust Modeling of Spatio-Temporal Dependencies and Hot Spots” at the Institut für Informationswirtschaft und Marketing at KIT.

13.07.2018 08:28
Colloquium on Open Source Foundations for Spatial Decisions Support Systems

We cordially invite everybody interested to our next open GIScience colloquium talk The speaker is Prof. Jochen Albrecht Professor of Computational and Theoretical Geography, Hunter College, City University of New York When: Monday 16.07.2018, 2:15 pm Where: INF 348, room 015 (Institute of Geography, Heidelberg University) Open Source Foundations for Spatial Decisions Support Systems Spatial Decision Support Systems (SDSS) were a hot topic [...]

12.07.2018 10:30
AGIT30 was ohsome (and awesome)

Members of the HeiGIT team were presenting parts of our work at this years AGIT/GI_Forum conference in Salzburg, Austria (as already announced in a previous blogpost). Julian Bruns was presenting the results of a joint work with the KIT and his old employer, the FZI, which is published in the GI-Forum journal (English conference running in parallel to the AGIT), [...]

10.07.2018 13:00
Follow-up to study with mobile low-cost 3D camera crop height measurements

The study “Mobile low-cost 3D camera maize crop height measurements under field conditions” (see the respective blog entry) is now available also as print version: The updated citation is: Hämmerle, M. & Höfle, B. (2018): Mobile low-cost 3D camera maize crop height measurements under field conditions. Precision Agriculture 19(4), pp. 630-647. doi: 10.1007/s11119-017-9544-3.

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