16 - 17 September 2019 Warsaw (Poland) EVALUATION AND BENCHMARKING OF SENSORS, SYSTEMS AND GEOSPATIAL DATA IN PHOTOGRAMMETRY AND REMOTE SENSING 

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The wide variety of sensors and systems available on the market for collecting spatial data makes the evaluation of provided information, calibration of sensors and benchmarking of systems and 3D data a critical task. It is also an important scientific issue for many professionals. In daily work, the assessment of tools for collecting spatial data resources is a crucial issue for National Mapping and Cadastral Agency officers and all professionals handling geospatial data.

This Workshop is therefore appropriate for potential attendees who want to extend their knowledge in the fields of photogrammetry and remote sensing.

For who?

  • Scientists – to promote and announce your benchmarks, exchange your experience
  • NMCA representatives – to get know new trends in sensor and geospatial data
  • Industry representatives – to share your experience, to promote your solutions
  • PhD Students and students – to gain experience during workshop, to publish your research and participate eventually in summer school


General topics

  • Validation of sensors and systems: methods, results
  • Proposals for benchmarks considered for ISPRS/EuroSDR to be released
  • Geometric calibration of sensors and systems
  • Radiometric calibration of sensors
  • Evaluation and comparison of geospatial data
  • Influence of errors caused by sensors/systems in received data
  • Other topics of relevance to the subject of the Workshop and Summer School


Information for Authors

All of abstracts submitted for Workshop will be reviewed and published in ISPRS Archives of Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Systems. All participants of the workshop are invited to prepare at least one conference paper submitted to be considered by scientific committee for publication during workshop in oral or eventual poster session (depending on number of submissions). Submitted abstract of 1000 words should also content title, authors, their affiliation and e-mail address. Submissions can be related to evaluation of sensors, systems, geospatial data. Submissions can summarize achieved results of past, present current benchmark and future benchmarking proposals which can be described in ISPRS Archives

More info:

http://www.eurosdr.net/workshops/evaluation-and-benchmarking-sensors-systems-and-geospatial-data-photogrammetry-and-remote

 


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