Geyerswörth Castle, Bamberg
Tachymetric Surveying and Structure from motion (SfM)
The castle Geyerswörth is one of the most remarkable buildings
in the UNESCO World Heritage Old Town of Bamberg. The baroque wing
of the castle was surveyed by tachymetric surveying, creating floor
plans and sections. These plans complete the plan set of the main
building, which was created a few years ago by the company
Bauforschung Peter Dresen.
In addition, views of all facades were drawn. Here, the structure
from motion technique was used. From many individual photos so
extensive 3D models can be calculated, which then serve as a basis
for the preparation of the plans. In this way, on-site work can be
reduced to a minimum and the data is then analyzed in the office.
The data recording of the photos, among others with a tripod and a
drone, as well as the post-processing took place with the support
of the company ii3D from Viereth-Trunstadt.