Surveying / Geoinformatics / Information Logistics / Geodesy

In the field of study Geomatics, the courses of study that deal with location-related data (geodata) are combined. This includes the recording, organization, administration, or even visualization. Geodesy is also a common term for this field of study.

The courses of study in this field of study focus on the relationship between the earth's surface and its representation in maps, plans, databases and also software applications.

Our study programmes

While the Bachelor's degree in Surveying and Geoinformatics deals with concrete objects such as streets, houses, plots of land, etc., the Bachelor's degree in Information Logistics is about providing the right information at the right time and in the right place. The Master's programme in surveying then deepens these applications on concrete objects, especially in the field of land management and engineering surveying. The international Master's degree programme Photogrammetry and Geoinformatics offers a specialisation option for both Bachelor's programmes, which focuses on the evaluation and interpretation of measurement data, especially through remote sensing and image recognition methods, as well as the management of (geo)data.

As an interface course to architecture, the Master's programme in Urban Planning deals with geoinformatics from the field of geodesy inaddition to the topics of urban planning.

The Master's programme in Environmental Logistics is the interface course to business and ties in with contents of information logistics.


Professors teach with competence and experience, manage laboratories and drive research


Employees support teaching and exercises with their specialist knowledge, supervise laboratories, measuring equipment, hardware and software


Assistant lecturers for even more practical relevance in teaching


Research and project staff


9 laboratories with extensive and modern equipment


University cooperations abroad

Our professors encourage us to carry out experiments independently and also to take paths that are not considered to be common practice. In this way we can learn from our tasks and grow from them. Even if one or the other measuring process does not run as expected, we are always driven to keep trying and learn from our mistakes, I appreciate that very much.

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Anna-Maria Kunzi Students in the Master of Surveying

Current events in the field of study Surveying

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Facilities & Laboratories

  • 3D Fabber-LabDetails
    Studenten der Informationslogistik am 3D-Drucker
  • Laboratory for Geodetic Measurement TechniquesDetails
    Messungen beim Integrierten Mess Projekt (IVP)
  • Laboratory for Building Information Modeling in Surveying and Geoinformatics (BIM-VG)Details
    Vermessung und Geoinformatik BIM 3D-Modell
  • Laboratory for Geodetic Data ProcessingDetails
    Vermessung und Geoinformatik Auswertung Laserscanning
  • Laboratory for Engineering Measurement TechniquesDetails
  • Laboratory for interoperable, and open-source Geospatial Software, Data and Standards (HFT ICA-OSGeo-Lab)Details
    Vermessung und Geoinformatik Auswertung Geoinformationssystem (GIS)
  • Laboratory for Image Understanding and Earth Observation Sensors (LIMES)Details
    Studierende an Bildschirmen
  • Laboratory for Sensor and Identification SystemsDetails
    Schlauer Klaus Industrie 4.0 Labor Informationslogistik
  • Industry 4.0 LaboratoryDetails
    Messkammer Virtual Reality Industrie 4.0 Labor
  • Advisory Board Geodesy of the HFT StuttgartDetails
    Gruppenbild Fachbeirat Geodäsie der HFT Stuttgart

Contact person

Dietrich Schröder
Dietrich Schröder +49 711 8926 2612
Matthias Roth +49 711 8926 2510
Susanne Hilligardt +49 711 8926 2606