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M.Sc. Tomislav Medić

PhD student / teaching assistant

Institute for Geodesy and Geoinformation
Chair of Geodesy

Teaching

M.Sc. Geodetic Engineering (English)

  • Profile Fundamentals (MGE-06)
  • Sensors and State Estimation (MGE-MSR-01), Exercises
  • Advanced Techniques for Mobile Sensing and Robotics (MGE-MSR-02), Exercises
  • Stochastic analysis of inertial sensors (MGE-MSR-07), Project supervisor
  • Application and Evaluation of Kinematic Mobile-Sensor-Systems (MSR-07-20192), Project supervisor

B.Sc. Geodäsie und Geoinformation (German)

  • Ingenieurgeodäsie und Geodätische Punktfelder (B30), Seminar
  • Industrielle Messtechnik II (B29), Praktikum
  • Bachelorarbeiten (B38), Supervisor
  • Implementierung und Anwendung eines Verfahrens zur automatischen Erkennung von Zielzeichen in terrestrischen Laserscans
  • Einfluss des Einfallswinkels auf die Genauigkeit der Zielzeichenkoordinate beim terrestrischen Laserscanning
  • On the Influence of Temperature on the Accuracy of Terrestrial Laser Scanners
  • Implementierung des Scan-to-BIM-Workflows
  • Untersuchung der neigungskompensierten RTK-GNSS-Positionsbestimmung am Beispiel des Leica GS18T-Empfängers

M.Sc. Geodäsie und Geoinformation (German)

  • Blockmodule (M25), Projektleiter
    • Präzise Vermessung einer Komparatorbahn (M25-PVKB-20182)
    • Nahbereichsscanning mit verschiedenen Sensoren (M25-NBSS-20172)
  • Wahlpflichtmodule (M26), Projektleiter
    • Prüfung geodätischer 3D-Messtechnik (M26-P3DMT)
    • Geodätische Messaufgaben beim Schiffbau (M26-GMSB)
  • Projektmodule (M28), Projektleiter
    • Deformationsanalyse mit Punktwolken
  • Masterarbeiten (B29), Supervisor
  • Untersuchungen zur Reduzierung des Einfluss von fehlerhaften Entfernungsmessungen bei der Feature-basierten Registrierung von TLS-Punktwolken
      Scientific Interests
      • Terrestrial Laser Scanning and LiDAR
      • Sensor error modeling and calibration
      • Deformation monitoring and precision surveying
       
      Publications

      2020

      • Medic, T., Kuhlmann, H., Holst, C. (2020) Empirical evaluation of terrestrial laser scanner calibration strategies: manufacturer-based, target-based and keypoint-based, Kopáčik, A., Kyrinovič, P., Erdélyi, J., Paar, R., Marendić, A. (Eds.): Contributions to International Conferences on Engineering Surveying, INGEO & SIG 2020, Dubrovnik, Croatia, Springer Proceedings in Earth and Environmental Sciences. Open access link.
      • Medic, T., Kuhlmann, H., Holst, C. (2020) A priori vs. in-situ terrestrial laser scanner calibration in the context of the instability of calibration parameters, Kopáčik, A., Kyrinovič, P., Erdélyi, J., Paar, R., Marendić, A. (Eds.): Contributions to International Conferences on Engineering Surveying, INGEO & SIG 2020, Dubrovnik, Croatia, Springer Proceedings in Earth and Environmental Sciences. Open access link.
      • Medic, T., Holst, C., Kuhlmann, H. (2020) Optimizing the Target-based Calibration Procedure of Terrestrial Laser Scanners, Allgem. Verm. Nachr, 1/2020, 18-27, Wichmann Verlag, Berlin. Open access link.
      • Medic, T., Kuhlmann, H., Holst, C. (2020) Designing and Evaluating a User-Oriented Calibration Field for the Target-Based Self-Calibration of Panoramic Terrestrial Laser Scanners , Remote Sens., 12 (1), 15, doi.org/10.3390/rs12010015 . Open access

      2019

      • Holst, C., Medic, T., Kuhlmann, H. (2019) TLS-Kalibrierung: in-situ und/oder a priori?, In: DVW e.V. (Hrsg.): Terrestrisches Laserscanning 2019 (TLS 2019). DVW-Schriftenreihe, Band 96/2019, Wißner Verlag, Augsburg, S. 89-104. Open access link.
      • Medic, T., Kuhlmann, H., Holst, C. (2019) Sensitivity Analysis and Minimal Measurement Geometry for the Target-Based Calibration of High-End Panoramic Terrestrial Laser Scanners, Remote Sens., 11 (13), 1519, doi:10.3390/rs11131519
      • Janßen, J., Medic, T., Kuhlmann, H., Holst, C. (2019) Decreasing the uncertainty of the target center estimation at terrestrial laser scanning by choosing the best algorithm and by improving the target design, Remote Sens., 11 (7), 854, doi: 10.3390/rs11070845. Open access
      • Medic, T., Holst, C., Janßen, J., Kuhlmann, H. (2019) Empirical stochastic model of detected target centroids: Influence on registration and calibration of terrestrial laser scanners, J. Appl. Geodesy, 13 (3), 179-197, Open access link, DOI: doi.org/10.1515/jag-2018-0032
      • Medic, T., Kuhlmann, H., Holst, C. (2019) Automatic in-situ self-calibration of a panoramic TLS from a single station using 2D keypoints, ISPRS Ann. Photogramm. Remote Sens. Spatial Inf. Sci., IV-2/W5, 413-420, doi.org/10.5194/isprs-annals-IV-2-W5-413-2019. Open access
      • Schmitz, B., Holst, C., Medic, T., Lichti D. D., Kuhlmann, H. (2019) How to Efficiently Determine the Range Precision of 3D Terrestrial Laser Scanners?, Sensors, 19 (6), 1466, doi:10.3390/s19061466. Open access
      • Holst, C., Medic, T., Nothnagel, A., Kuhlmann, H. (2019) Analyzing shape deformation and rigid body movement of structures using commonly misaligned terrestrial laser scanners: the radio telescope case, 4th Joint International Symposium on Deformation Monitoring (JISDM), 15th - 17th May 2019, Athens, Greece. Open access link.
      • Medic, T., Holst, C., Kuhlmann, H. (2019) Improving the Results of Terrestrial Laser Scanner Calibration by an Optimized Calibration Process, in: Photogrammetrie - Laserscanning - Optische 3D-Messtechnik, Beiträge der Oldenburger 3D-Tage 2019, Hrsg: Luhmann, T., Schumacher, C., Wichmann Verlag, Berlin, S. 36-50. Open access link.

      2018

      • Holst, C., Medic, T., Kuhlmann, H. (2018) Dealing with systematic laser scanner errors due to misalignment at area-based deformation analyses, J. Appl. Geodesy, 12 (2), S. 169-185, doi:10.1515/jag-2017-0044. Open access link.
      • Heinz, E.; Medić, T.; Holst, C.; Kuhlmann, H. (2018) Genauigkeitsbeurteilung von Laserscans anhand realer Messobjekte. In: DVW e.V. (Hrsg.): Terrestrisches Laserscanning 2018 (TLS 2018). DVW-Schriftenreihe, Band 93, Wißner Verlag, Augsburg, S. 41-56. Open access link.

      2017

      • Medić, T.; Holst, C.; Kuhlmann, H. (2017) Towards System Calibration of Panoramic Laser Scanners from a Single Station. Sensors 2017, 17, 1145, doi:10.3390/s17051145. Open access
       
      Presentations & Posters

      2019

      • Medic, T., Kuhlmann, H., Holst, C. (2019) Automatic in-situ self-calibration of a panoramic TLS from a single station using 2D keypoints, ISPRS Ann. Photogramm. Remote Sens. Spatial Inf. Sci., IV-2/W5, 413-420, https://doi.org/10.5194/isprs-annals-IV-2-W5-413-2019, 2019, Open access link.
      • Medic, T., Holst, C., Kuhlmann, H. (2019) Improving the Results of Terrestrial Laser Scanner Calibration by an Optimized Calibration Process, in: Photogrammetrie - Laserscanning - Optische 3D-Messtechnik, Beiträge der Oldenburger 3D-Tage 2019, Hrsg: Luhmann, T., Schumacher, C., Wichmann Verlag, Berlin, S. 36-50. Open access link.

      2018

      • Medić, T.; Holst, C.; Kuhlmann, H. (2018) Calibration of terrestrial laser scanners. DGK Doktorandenseminar, 10-11 September 2018, Berlin, Germany.

      2017

      • Medić, T.; Holst, C.; Kuhlmann, H. (2017) Optimal Network Configuration for the Panoramic Scanner Calibration. Geodetic Week, 26-28 September 2017, Berlin, Germany.

      2016

      • Medić, T.; Holst, C.; Kuhlmann, H. (2016) Improving Strategies for the Self-Calibration of Terrestrial Laser Scanners. Geodetic Week, 11-13 October 2016, Hamburg, Germany, Open access link.
       
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