The Laboratory of Photogrammetry (LoP) of the School of Rural and Surveying Engineering (SRSE) of the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA) conducts educational, scientific and research work through the development, implementation and dissemination of methodologies of classical photogrammetry and computer vision. The field of research of LoP – NTUA concerns the collection, processing and geometric/semantic interpretation of image data collected from various sources. The photogrammetric products (orthophoto maps, point clouds, 3D models, etc.) are the background for several kinds of applications, including visualization, augmented and virtual reality, BIM, GIS, remote sensing, 3D cadastre, smart cities, smart buildings, etc.
Role: Coordination of the entire work of the project and participation in all the activities of collection and processing of spatial data, development of the back-end and front-end interface, development of multimedia services and the augmented reality app, commercial exploitation of the system, as well as scientific control of the deliverables, progress reports and commercial exhibitions of the project. In addition to checking the correctness of the developed and applied techniques and deliverables, LoP – NTUA is responsible for avoiding any deviations from the defined timetables and the management of potential risks, being exclusively responsible for the stages of processing and production of the multi-dimensional model (WP4.1, WP4.2) and the development of the Augmented Reality app (WP6.1).
Contact Details: Charalabos Ioannidis, Professor SRSE NTUA
Web page: http://www.survey.ntua.gr/
Email of the scientific coordinator: email@example.com
Tel.: +30 210 7722686
Address: 9, Iroon Polytechneiou Str., 15780, Zografou, Athens, Greece
The Laboratory of Photogrammetry of the National Technical University of Athens
- LoT- AUTH
The Laboratory of Topography (LoT) of the School of Rural and Surveying Engineering (SRSE) of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH) aims to promote and further develop the scientific field of topography through its teaching and research activities. The field of research of LoT – AUTH concerns classical and modern topographic methods, aiming at both basic research and practical applications of mapping and geometric documentation.
Role: Investigation and determination of user requirements and user scenarios, the architectural design of the platform (WP2.2, WP2.3, WP2.4) as well as the planning of spatial data collection (WP3.1). In addition to planning the structure and operation of the information system, LoT – AUTH participates in the stages of planning, capturing and subsequent processing of the data. In particular, LoT – AUTH designs the UAV flight plans, the process of capturing aerial images and implements part of the 3D modeling process. In addition, it participates in the evaluation of the system through cooperation with a specialized subcontractor (WP6) and in the commercialization plan of the products of the project both on a theoretical and on a practical level.
Contact Details: Konstantinos Tokmakidis, Professor SRSE AUTH
Web page: http://labtop.topo.auth.gr/
Tel.: +30 231 0996107
Address: Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, University Campus, 54124, Thessaloniki, Greece
The Laboratory of Topography of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
The Laboratory of History, Policy, Diplomacy and Geography of the Church of the School of Pastoral and Social Theology (EUSEBIUS LAB) of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH) serves as a center for research and documentation of the history, politics, diplomacy and spatial dimension of the Church. Its field of research concerns the following subjects: sources of Ecclesiastical history, Ecclesiastical history, history and modern state of Slavic and other Orthodox Churches, history of the Elder Patriarchates and history of Ancient and Byzantine Philosophy.
Role: Bibliographic research, collection and processing of non-spatial data concerning the historical, religious, cultural and geopolitical dimension of the monuments of Meteora and, in particular, the destroyed monasteries of St. Modestos and the Chain of Apostle Peter (WP4.3). The research aims at an extensive recording and dissemination of historical material from the establishment of the monastic community to the present, for the design of the contents of the database and its spatial interconnection with the corresponding monuments of Holy Meteora (WP4.3). In addition, EUSEBIUS LAB participates in the evaluation of the system through cooperation with a specialized subcontractor (WP6) and in the commercialization plan regarding the products of the project, both on a theoretical and on a practical level.
Contact Details: Vassilios Koukousas, Professor SPST AUTH
Web page: http://eusebiuslab.past.auth.gr/
Tel.: +30 231 0674594
Address: Faculty of Theology, School of Pastoral and Social Theology, University Campus Thessaloniki Egnatia 156, 54636, Thessaloniki, Greece
Laboratory of History, Policy, Diplomacy and Geography of the Church, School of Pastoral and Social Theology, AUTH
Geosystems Hellas S.A. has a long commercial activity as an authorized reseller of the software solutions of Hexagon Geospatial and Hexagon Airborne and as a partner in environmental, photogrammetric and remote sensing projects, as well as in research and development projects on land management and applications concerning spatial data infrastructure. GSH uses modern techniques for processing and analyzing digital geographic data to create maps and geographic information systems.
Role: Development of the multimedia services of the platform (WP5.2), coordination of the commercial exploitation of the whole system (WP7) and organization of commercial exhibitions in cooperation with the other companies of the consortium (WP8). In addition, GSH participates in the preparation of the feasibility study of the project, the investigation into the user requirements and needs as well as the formation of the user scenarios, the design of the database and the development of the augmented reality technology.
Contact Details: Christos Kontopoulos, Geoinformatics Engineer
Web page: https://www.geosystems-hellas.gr
Tel.: +30 210 2846144 / +30 210 2846145
Address: Ginossati 88Α, 14452, Metamorfosi
Branch: Theofilopoulou13, 11743, Athens
EXODUS S.A. is active in the fields of finance and telecommunications, providing complete IT solutions with specialized software, web applications and mobile apps. Its research activities extend to the field of Big Data concerning businesses, with the aim of developing and promoting analysis and management techniques as well as commercialization services of the developed technologies.
Role: Development of the web-based platform, including the design, development and evaluation of the back-end (WP5.1) and front-end interface (WP5.2), as well as implementation of the processes required for the completion of the whole system by integrating the individual subsystems, performing the required tests and analyzing the system usability (WP6.2). In addition, EXODUS S.A. is involved in the phase of architectural design of the platform, in the development of the augmented reality app and in the commercialization plan.
Web page: https://www.exodussa.gr/
ODOMELETITIKI provides specialized services in the fields of topographic, urban and cadastral studies, as well as studies concerning forest maps. It prepares topographic surveys of small or large areas for a variety of uses (e.g., contracts and legal transactions, formalization of informal settlements, urban planning acts, building permits, etc.), owning geodetic equipment as well as modern design and mapping software.
Role: Investigation into the user needs and requirements (WP2.1), planning and collecting spatial data with emphasis on topographic field work (EU3.2), evaluation and updating of the system in collaboration with a specialized subcontractor (WP6.3) and generation of a report with the dissemination plan. In addition, ODOMELETITIKI participates in the preparation of the feasibility study of the project, in the processes of 3D modelling and in the commercial exhibitions for promotion of the results of the project.
Contact Details: Eleni Misiaka, Surveyor Engineer
Tel.: +30 243 1034963
Address: Trikalon 75, 43131, Karditsa