The research group of Autonomous Mapping and Driving is working actively in the areas of mobile mapping technology (hardware/software), applications, and algorithms.
The research group of Environmental research with active sensors.
The research group of mobile mapping is a mix of ubiquitous mapping experts in the field of remote sensing, photogrammetry, electrical engineering,
Green and digital transition in river basin management
HYDRO-RI-Platform competence center
Towards more climate-resistant and diverse wood harvesting with sensor technology and accurate geographic information
Digital Models of Construction
Novel technologies for stream channel and mining pond mapping
The objective of the project is to develop an open innovative platform based on a collaborative 3D city model.
COMBAT/Pointcloud produces information on the use of a three-dimensional measuring technique known as laser scanning, and thereby creates preconditions for the growth of the Finnish 3D industry.
The objective of the EuroSDR Building Extraction project was to evaluate the quality, accuracy, feasibility and economical aspects of semi-automatic and automatic building extraction based on laser scanner data and/or aerial images.
The Finnish Geodetic Institute coordinates the EuroSDR/ISPRS Tree Extraction project, which started at the end of 2004.
Hydrological RDI partnership network
Mobile mapping and laser scanning based mapping, processing and representation technologies.
Project aims to develop the knowledge capital and preparedness of applying and utilizing 3D city modeling in 6Aika
cities and in the private sector.
The main task of the DIGILE/D2I project is development of new data acquisition system for 3D/4D precision forestry.
The core contributions of the project are to develop and demonstrate innovative digital solutions to the regional information models, including automatic updating of the models.