Monitoring of the Bremen Cog

The project focusses on the conception and implementation of the geometric monitoring of the Bremen Cog (appr. 25m x 8m x 8m). The Bremen Cog is the best preserved medieval merchant ship in the world. A large-volume optical 3D-measurement concept is applied in order to allow for deformation measurements.

Books and Papers

Hastedt, H.; Luhmann, T.; Colson, A. (2019): Large-volume photogrammetric deformation monitoring of the Bremen Cog. 4th Joint International Symposium on Deformation Monitoring, Athens, Greece
Schmik, J.; Hastedt, H.; Colson, A.; Luhmann, T. (2018): Photogrammetrisches Monitoring und Deformationsanalyse der Bremer Hanse-Kogge. Photogrammetrie, Laserscanning, Optische 3D-Messtechnik - Beiträge der Oldenburger 3D-Tage 2018, Luhmann/Schumacher (Hrsg.), Wichmann Verlag, ISBN 978-3-87907-643-7, 42-54

Presentations

Colson, A. ; Hastedt, H. ; Wiedmann, S. : Monitoring der Bremer Kogge. Seminar Zerstörungsfreie Prüftechnik, Fakultät Maschinenwesen, TU München, Juni 2021
Hastedt, H. : Large-volume photogrammetric deformation monitoring of the Bremen Cog. 4th Joint International Symposium on Deformation Monitoring, Athens, Greece, Mai 2019
Hastedt, H. : Monitoring concept for deformation estimation of the Bremen Cog. Computer Application in Archeology (CAA) 2018, März 2018