Geoinformatics

University of Salzburg

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Core facility (CF)

Short Description

Servers and services as basis for online architectures for geo-data and information processing, with licensed software installations from FOSS as well as Esri-ArcGIS, Erdas and Oracle.
Sensors and analytics for physical processes (meteorological, hydrological and radiometric elements) as well as for 'social and collective sensing', i.e. position-related sensors for the measurement of physiological characteristics as well as methods for the extraction of data from online services (social media)
Development platforms for Object-Based Image Analysis ('OBIA') focusing on Trimble eCognition and semantic Big Earth data analyses. Carrier platforms such as UAV, positioning (GNSS), interaction (workstations) and output devices are available as support.

In the IDEAS: lab as an interactive laboratory, elements of the Core Facility are made available for explorative learning at all levels, geoinformatic experiments and the general public. Equipped with innovative Digital Earth technologies, the focus is on the interface between real and virtual worlds. More information on https://ideaslab.sbg.ac.at/

Contact Person

Dr. Dirk Tiede

Research Services

• Capture of georeferenced data by physical / social, remote / in-situ and mobile / stationary sensors in conjunction with positioning and navigation services both outdoors and in buildings

• Design and development of geodatabases and web-based applications with focus on spatial analysis, modeling and simulation, remote sensing image analysis, dynamic visualization and geo-communication as well as general decision support for space-related questions

• Conception and development of cloud-based architectures based on open standards for spatial analysis, cartographic communication, e-learning and decision-making support

Methods & Expertise for Research Infrastructure

• Conceptional design and development of distributed geo-databases
• Methods for spatial observation for planning, environment, economy, mobility, etc., both at the level of individual as well as aggregated data on the basis of the total spectrum of position-related sensors.
Advanced methods for image analysis, in particular Object-Based Image Analysis (OBIA) for remote sensing and terrain data.
Sensor-spanning spatial-temporal analysis of Big Earth Observation Data.
Development of complex indicator systems for detection, monitoring and decision support in different application domains such as public health, demography, emergency and disaster management, business geographics, mobility, environmental management, etc. Development of multi-dimensional structure and process models in ecological, sociological, mobility and risk contexts, the latter focusing on vulnerability and resilience
• Development of interactive and location-based communication media in the context of geo-visualization for specific and public target Groups

Dr. Dirk Tiede
Interfakultärer Fachbereich Geoinformatik - Z_GIS
0043 662 8044 7565
dirk.tiede@sbg.ac.at
http://www.zgis.at
Please contact the research service of the University of Salzburg (Technologie@sbg.ac.at) or the responsible contact person for this section mentioned in the contact field.
Department for geology and geography, University of Salzburg
Research Lab iSPACE - Research Studios Austria
Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF)
City of Salzburg
Office of the Provincial Government of Salzburg
Trimble
Esri
SemEO
2016-2017
Dirk Tiede
bmvit / FFG - IKT der Zukunft
http://www.zgis.at/index.php/de/research/research-projects/2-uncategorised/219-semeo-2015-2017

E2mC
2016-2019
Bernd Resch
Horizon 2020
http://www.zgis.at/index.php/de/research/research-projects/2-uncategorised/218-e2mc-2016-2019

SMART
2011-2017
Hermann Klug
New Zealand Ministry of Science and Innovation
http://www.zgis.at/index.php/de/research/research-projects/2-uncategorised/44-smart-2011-2017

MORPH
2016-2019
Dirk Tiede, Daniel Hölbling
FWF
http://www.zgis.at/index.php/de/research/research-projects/2-uncategorised/217-morph-2016-2019

ESMERALDA
2015-2017
Hermann Klug
Horizon 2020, Coordination and Support Action
http://www.zgis.at/index.php/de/research/research-projects/10-ec-efre/179-esmeralda

GISMO
2016-2018
Martin Loidl
FFG, Mobilität der Zukunft
https://gismoproject.com/

FamoS
2016-2018
Martin Loidl
FFG, Mobilität der Zukunft
http://www.zgis.at/index.php/de/research/research-projects/14-ffg-asap/215-famos-2016-2018

EO4HumEn+
2016-2018
Stefan Lang
FFG, ASAP (Austrian Space Applications Program)
http://www.zgis.at/humanitarian-services/

Land@Slide
2015-2017
Daniel Hölbling
FFG, ASAP (Austrian Space Applications Program)
http://landslide.sbg.ac.at/

Healthy Futures
2011-2015
Stefan Kienberger
FP7-ENVIRONMENT
http://www.healthyfutures.eu und http://www.zgis.at/index.php/en/research/research-projects/34-healthy-futures-2011-2015

EO4HumEn
2013-2016
Stefan Lang
FFG ASAP
http://eo4humen.sus4.eu und http://www.zgis.at/index.php/en/research/research-projects/14-ffg-asap/104-eo4humen-2013-2016

AutoSentinel
2015-2016
Dirk Tiede
FFG ASAP
http://www.zgis.at/index.php/en/research/research-projects/14-ffg-asap/188-autosentinel-2-3

Urban Emotions
2014-2016
Bernd Resch
DFG
http://www.zgis.at/index.php/en/research/research-projects/2-uncategorised/144-urban-emotions
GIS and Transport Modeling—Strengthening the Spatial Perspective
2016
Loidl M., Wallentin G., Cyganski R., Graser A., Scholz J., Haslauer E.
ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information, 5, 84
http://www.mdpi.com/2220-9964/5/6/84

Mapping Bicycle Crash Risk Patterns on the Local Scale
2016
Loidl M., Wallentin G., Wendel R., Zagel B.
Safety, 2(3), 17
http://www.mdpi.com/2313-576X/2/3/17

Citizen-centric Urban Planning through Extracting Emotion Information from Twitter in an Interdisciplinary Space-Time-Linguistics Algorithm
2016
Resch B., Summa A., Zeile P., Strube M.
Urban Planning, 1(2), 114-127
http://www.cogitatiopress.com/urbanplanning/article/view/617

Towards a knowledge base to support geoprocessing workflow development.
2017
Hofer B., Mäs S., Brauner J., Bernard L.
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 31(4), 694-716
http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/13658816.2016.1227441

Semantic and syntactic interoperability in online processing of big Earth observation data
2017
Sudmanns M., Tiede D., Lang S., Baraldi A.
International Journal of Digital Earth, 0, 1-18
http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/17538947.2017.1332112

Stratified Template Matching to Support Refugee Camp Analysis in OBIA Workflows
2017
Tiede D., Krafft P., Füreder P., Lang S.
Remote Sensing, 9, 326
http://www.mdpi.com/2072-4292/9/4/326

Dynamic hybrid modelling: Switching between AB and SD designs of a predator-prey model
2017
Wallentin G. & Neuwirth C.
Ecological Modelling, 345, 165-175
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0304380016303714

Operationalizing environmental indicators for real time multi-purpose decision making and action support
2015
Klug H. & Kmoch A.
Journal Ecological Modelling, 295, 66-74
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0304380014001902

Fusing Human and Technical Sensor Data: Concepts and Challenges
2015
Resch B. & Blaschke T.
ACM SIGSPATIAL Newsletter, Special Issue on Geosensor Networks, 7(2), 29-35
http://www.sigspatial.org/sigspatial-special-issues/july2015/paper4.pdf

Mapping malaria risk and vulnerability in the United Republic of Tanzania: a spatial explicit model
2015
Hagenlocher M. & Castro M.
Population Health Metrics, 13(1), 1-14
http://pophealthmetrics.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12963-015-0036-2

Building Extraction from Airborne Laser Scanning Data: An Analysis of the State of the Art
2015
Tomljenovic I., Hoefle B., Tiede D., Blaschke T.
Remote Sensing, 7(4), 3826-3862
http://www.mdpi.com/2072-4292/7/4/3826

siehe auch: http://www.zgis.at/index.php/en/research/publications