Hi, my name is Peter and I studied Applied Geoinformatics on the University of Salzburg.
I graduate in summer 2014 (M.Sc.). I will show you some projects I did in the last
three semesters of the master programme as well as from my bachelor studies in Landscape Architecture.
If you want to know more about me, please contact me.
On March 16th 2014 there are council elections in Bavaria (Germany). For a local political group I made a map with bikeways in and around the town. This map is my first made with Leaflet. It is also the first time I tried out jQuery.
This image shows the result of my Bachelors Thesis in Landscape Architecture at the University of Applied Sciences in Weihenstephan (Germany). I made a prototype of a Campus Information System hosted on ArcGIS online. Unfortunately, the data was removed because it was stored within a ArcGIS online test Subscription of Esri Germany.
Based on my Bachelors Thesis, I made a routing service for the campus in ArcMap. The campus is quite large and it's not easy to find the right paths, especially for visitors or students in the first semester. At the moment it is only accessible within ArcMap. There are further informations on the poster below.
For one example building I made a 3D routing. It is accessible by a model within ArcScene. Here you can see the 3D Model with one example route provided with the CityEngine Web Viewer.
For the class "Cartography and Geovisualization" a friend and I made a small animation in ArcMap. It is the simulation of a fictive street.
This is another simulation made in ArcScene and post produced in Blender. You can see the building of the natural scientific faculty of the University of Salzburg and the land use around it.
This web map was made as a small project in the course "Application Development for Geo-Browsers". It demonstrates some functionalities of the API.
In the course "Location Based Services" we get Twitter data (geo-referenced Tweets) from December 2012 of the whole world. The aim was to analyze the data by using a self-defined hypothesis. My group and I decided to search for tweets concerning the assumed worlds end on 21st of December. We focused on Europe and made a small animation out of it.