Thomas Luhmann

Thomas Luhmann is professor in photogrammetry and remote sensing at the Jade University of Applied Sciences in Oldenburg, Germany. His teaching subjects are photogrammetry, remote sensing and digital image processing, while his research areas include close-range photogrammetry, camera calibaration and panorama and dynamic photogrammetry. Since 2008, Luhmann has been acting as co-chairman of ISPRS Working Group V/1 "Vision Metrology". In 2010, he was honoured with the Karl-Kraus-Medal of ISPRS.


Recent Developments in Close-range Photogrammetry

Dramatic advances in automatic digital image analysis have opened up new applications and made photogrammetry applicable for a broader field of users that lack specific knowledge of photogrammetry. Megatrends such as Industry 4.0, building information modelling (BIM) and the digital transformation a... (read more)