After a break of two years due to the pandemic, the Geo-Day finally took place again on 29 June at the TU Wien. In sunny (almost too hot) weather, there was a lot to experience on the premises of Gußhausstraße, including the roof terrace. Research units of the Department of Geodesy and Geoinformation of the TU Wien as well as numerous companies invited the visitors to an exciting insight into the world of surveying, earth observation, laser scanning, robotics and much more. The topics were presented in stations by the committed exhibitors. There was also an interesting lecture by Johannes Böhm on "Measuring the World". Once again, the GEO faculty took care of the physical well-being in the form of a barbecue on the roof terrace. Here, everyone could exchange ideas in a cosy atmosphere and enjoy a delicious bratwurst.

All in all, GEO-Day 2022 was once again a great success and the GEO-Day team would like to thank all guest exhibitors, visitors and participants on behalf of the entire department for coming and for their commitment! We are already looking forward to GEO-Day 2023.

  • Virtual Reality Lab (Geoinformation)
  • Laser scanner - 3D point cloud from terrestrial laser scanning (Photogrammetry)
  • Robotic and Lasertracker (Engineering Geodesy)
  • A look inside the earth - how geophysics makes the earth transparent (Geophysics)
  • Satellite Images & Environmental Disasters (Remote Sensing)
  • Use of (satellite) measurements for climate observation (CLIMERS)
  • OVG - The association around surveying(OVG)
  • Live measurement with the aid of a 3D laser scanner (Riegl)
  • UAV Laserscan (Skyability)
  • Surveying and geoinformation in a city of millions - A look behind the scenes (MA41)
  • Company and product presentation (AllTerra)
  • Intelligent Software - Individual Services (rmDATA)
  • Hand laser scan (EPOSA)
  • Geospatial Visual Computing (VRVis)
  • Puzzle rally (Student Council)
  • The supplier for surveying technology (GOECKE-AUSTRIA GmbH)
  • Reality Capture by Leica Geosystems (Leica Geosystems)
  • „The Science of Where“ Geographic Information Systems by Esri (SynerGIS)
[Translate to English:] tbd

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