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Issue No 2 - 2017
ISPRS Scientific Initiatives: Announcement of 2017 Funding
by Songnian Li
In accordance with the statutory mission and activities of ISPRS, the Society should provide funds to support scientific and other initiatives, which will further improve its international status in the field of the photogrammetry, remote sensing and spatial information sciences, and will therefore benefit all ISPRS members. After two rounds of calls for Scientific Initiatives projects for 2014 and 2015 physical years, the Council issued a new call in September 2016 for 2017 projects, with an original total budget of 40,000 Swiss Francs.
By the submission deadline, twenty-two proposals were received from the five Technical Commissions. Comments were sought from the relevant Technical Commission Presidents, and a sub-committee of three Council members was convened to perform an independent review of the proposals based on their scientific merits as well as value to and promotion of ISPRS. The sub-committee then came up with a ranked list of projects; based on the ranking seven projects were recommended to the Council for approval, with a total budget of 53,400 Swiss Francs approved. Brief summaries of the accepted projects can be found at: http://www.isprs.org/documents/si/SI-2017/default.aspx.
|Benchmark database for tropical agricultural remote sensing application
||Ieda Del’Arco Sanches
National Institute for Space Research
|SVSC – The UAV Semantic Video Segmentation Challenge 2017
||Michael Ying Yang and Alper Yilmaz
University of Twente, Ohio State University
|ISPRS Benchmark Challenge on Large Scale Classification of VHR Geospatial Data
University of Bonn
|Benchmark for Multi-Platform Hyperspectral Image Processing
National Technical University of Athens
|ISPRS Benchmark on Indoor Modeling
University of Melbourne
|An ISPRS contribution to Transforming our World: Integration of GlobeLand30 with additional geospatial and socio-economic data for monitoring United Nation Sustainable Development Goals
||Jon Mills and Hao Wu
Newcastle University, National Geomatics Center of China
|Development of Educational Content: "Small UAS in Civil Engineering Applications"
Kyiv National University of Construction and Architecture, Survey Department Ministry
of Land Reform and Management
The Council looks forward to hearing of the success of the funded projects and reporting the outcomes through this and other media in due course. Project investigators are asked to consider presenting and publishing project outcomes in ISPRS events, Archives, Annals or in a suitable peer reviewed journal, as well as a summary for the ISPRS e-Bulletin. Reports on Scientific Initiative projects funded in 2014 and 2015 can be found at: http://www.isprs.org/documents/si/default.aspx.
The ISPRS Foundation (TIF) News
The Board of Trustees Welcomes Ronald Bisio as a New Trustee for The ISPRS Foundation
Ronald Bisio is Vice President, Geospatial at Trimble. He joined the company in 1996 and has held several marketing, sales and general management positions prior to taking over worldwide responsibility for Trimble's Surveying and Geospatial Division in 2015. He had previously held technical and marketing roles at Esri and Autodesk. He earned a master's degree in business administration from the University of Denver, a master's in regional planning from the University of Massachusetts in Amherst and an undergraduate degree in cartography from Salem State University in Salem, Mass.
Read press release here ...
The ISPRS Foundation is Seeking Members for the Marketing and Promotions Committee
The Executive Committee of The ISPRS Foundation is currently seeking interested persons associated with ISPRS to join the Marketing and Promotions Committee. The role of the Committee is important in ensuring the continued financial viability of The ISPRS Foundation for fulfilling its philanthropic aims. If anyone believes they have the time, skills and commitment to work for the Marketing and Promotions Committee, please contact John Trinder with a brief description of experience and background in the marketing of organizations such as The ISPRS Foundation.
The current terms of reference of the Marketing and Promotions Committee are as follows:
Advise the Board of Trustees on an annual basis on procedures for:
- Publicizing the goals and aims of The ISPRS Foundation worldwide
- Raising funds for The ISPRS Foundation to achieve a minimum total of $US500,000 within five (5) years
- Attracting large donations from potential high profile corporate donors for unrestricted or restricted grants
- Obtaining regular annual contributions from donors
- Publicizing The ISPRS Foundation as a source of funding for worthy recipients to undertake activities within the goals of The ISPRS Foundation
The ISPRS Foundation
Muhamad Alrajhi Appointed New Regional Coordinator for the Arab States
On Feb. 24, 2017, Muhamad Alrajhi, Assistant Deputy Minister at the Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs (MOMRA) in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, was appointed as the new ISPRS Regional Coordinator for the Arab States following approval from the ISPRS Ordinary Members in late 2016.
Alrajhi's role will be to raise the visibility of ISPRS in the Arab States by
- engaging with delegates and officials active in photogrammetry, remote sensing and spatial information science in academia, business, administration and education in the respective countries;
- organising ISPRS events in the region, also together with members and potential members;
- encouraging countries and organisations within their region to become a member of ISPRS;
- attending meetings of the ISPRS Council and Advisory Board when invited to represent the views of the Arab States.
Council is very pleased about this strengthening of ties between the society and the Arab world and is certain that the very good relations to the region will further improve in this way.
ISPRS ‘Pioneers of Photogrammetry’ Place Names
ISPRS is very proud to report that a UK Antarctic Place-names Committee has recently named four glaciers on the Antarctic Peninsula after ISPRS pioneers of analytical and digital photogrammetric methods. The names Doyle Glacier (Frederick J. Doyle, 1920-2013); Helava Glacier (Uuno ‘Uki’ Helava, 1923-1994); Kraus Glacier (Karl Kraus, 1939-2006) and Torlegård Glacier (Kennert Torlegård, 1937-2016) recognise the outstanding contributions these scientists made to the development of analytical and digital photogrammetric methods in recent decades, including DEM extraction using image correlation.
Antarctic features only receive names where there is a need to identify them precisely for navigation, field operations or science. Here, the previously un-named glaciers were included in a joint NERC funded project between British Antarctic Survey (http://www.bas.ac.uk/) and Newcastle University (http://www.ncl.ac.uk/) to measure volume change over time for a selection of glaciers in the Antarctic Peninsula region. Modern, rigorous photogrammetric methods were applied to a previously little-exploited archive of aerial photographs dating back to the 1950s, to generate and compare surface elevation DEMs with those produced from modern day aerial and satellite imagery. The analytical and digital methods developed by the named pioneers were the key to unlocking these previously difficult to use aerial photographs and were therefore considered an apt choice for place names for the glaciers.
The new place names build on an existing theme of ‘Pioneers of Photogrammetry’ on Arctowski Peninsula (64° 44′ S, 62° 27′ W) that recognise key figures in the early development of photogrammetry and include Arago Glacier, Beaupré Cove, Hugershoff Cove, Pulfrich Peak, Wild Spur, Zeiss Needle and many others.
For full details about these photogrammetry place names please visit the UK Antarctic Place-names Committee online gazetteer and web-map at: http://apc.antarctica.ac.uk/
See the map…
New ASPRS Board Members
On Wednesday, March 15, at the IGTF 2017 Conference in Baltimore, ASPRS installed their new Board of Directors for the 2017-2018 year. ISPRS congratulates Rebecca Morton on her election as ASPRS President and looks forward to the continuing collaboration between the two societies under her leadership. Thanks go to Past President, Charles Toth, (ISPRS 2nd Vice President), for the cooperation during his term of office.
ISPRS also congratulates Anne Hillyer, now President Elect, and Tommy Jordan who was elected Vice President.
Global Geospatial Industry Outlook released by Geospatial Media
The Geospatial Industry Outlook highlights the trends and directions of the global geospatial industry along with the Countries Geospatial Readiness Index - a first ever ranking index of 50 selected countries on the basis of their geospatial readiness.
Global Geospatial Industry Trends and Directions discusses the drivers of the geospatial industry such as Cloud, IoT, Robotics and Automation, Deep Learning and Artificial Intelligence, which are expanding the horizons and opportunities manifold. The report discusses how several new players are entering the geospatial industry opening new avenues for growth. It discusses how solution-centric and system integration oriented character of the industry determines successes making it imperative for businesses to explore collaborative partnerships, while maintaining unique business propositions.
The Countries Geospatial Readiness Index encapsulates the geospatial infrastructure and policy framework, institutional capacity, user adoption level and the industry capacity to evaluate whether a nation is geospatial ready or not. The index, a first ever study of this type, aims to stimulate debates and discussions to identify the status of 50 countries with respect to their geospatial preparedness. The index’s purpose is to act as a benchmark to initiate the development of geospatial in the countries selected for indexing to seize new and available opportunities that can benefit society globally.
A free download is available at: http://geospatialmedia.net/global-geospatial-outlook-report-2017-download.html
EuroSDR Award 2017 for the Best PhD Thesis Related to Geoinformation Science
The research activities of the European Spatial Data Research (EuroSDR) network have developed over time through a collaboration of academia and national mapping agencies. In order to further strengthen the collaboration and to involve young scientists in its research, EuroSDR has established an Award to reward recent PhD theses that have significantly contributed to the development of Geoinformation science in the context of national mapping and cadastral agencies.
In order to be eligible, PhD theses should be defended in the period from January 2016 to July 2017. The PhD topic should be related to one or more of the research areas covered by the EuroSDR commissions (see http://www.eurosdr.net/).
The award applications should consist of:
- A cover letter containing the main contribution/impact of the thesis from the perspective of national mapping and cadastral agencies (up to 500 words)
- A PDF copy of the thesis
- A certificate showing the PhD defense date
- Reviews of the thesis (if available)
The submitted application material will be evaluated by a six-member committee approved by the EuroSDR board of delegates.
All material must be sent to the EuroSDR secretariat (firstname.lastname@example.org) to arrive no later than 1st August, 2017. The notification of the selected thesis will be sent on 20th September, 2017. The call is confined to applicants that completed their PhD study in Europe.
The author of the awarded PhD thesis will receive an award of 500 EUR and will be invited to present his/her work at the 131st EuroSDR board of delegates meeting to be held in Helsinki from 18th to 20th October 2017.
Call for Nominations for the Prestigious Carl Pulfrich Award 2017
Leica Geosystems is calling industry related professionals to submit their nominations for this year’s Carl Pulfrich Award, the prestigious industry honour that recognises advancements in the fields of photogrammetry, remote sensing and earth imaging.
Dr. Carl Pulfrich launched the Photogrammetric Week in 1909 as “a vacation course in stereo-photogrammetry”. The University of Stuttgart is therefore pleased that the Carl Pulfrich Award will again be presented during the 56th Photogrammetric Week, September 11-15, 2017 in Stuttgart.
For more information on the call see here…
Regular updates of the Photogrammetric Week’s program are to be found on the following website: http://www.ifp.uni-stuttgart.de/phowo/index.en.html
Multispectral and Thermal Cameras for Precision Agriculture
Multispectral and thermal sensors were until recently too heavy and bulky for small UAV platforms, even though their potential was demonstrated almost a decade ago. Nowadays, however, lightweight multispectral and thermal sensors on small UAVs are commercially available and are used in multiple applications including precision agriculture.
Multispectral and thermal sensors are mounted on drones and can be used to assess vitality of the plants, crop yield estimations and other vegetation monitoring applications.
Read more at geo-matching.com
Announcements of Scientific Meetings
ITN-DCH Final Conference
Hotel Sotelia, Olimje, Slovenia
May 23-25, 2017
ITN-DCH Final Conference is an international event for the professionals working in the Digital Cultural Heritage domain. The aim of the conference is to bring together experts and leaders from the cultural domain and, addressing the current challenges, start a dialogue that will lay the foundation for the creation of a multidisciplinary community of practice.
For further information please contact:
Visit the official event website: http://www.digitalheritage2017.eu
WEATHER • CLIMATE • WATER / EARTH OBSERVATIONS / GREEN ECONOMY 2017
St. Petersburg, Russian Federation
June 14-15, 2017
The Forum & Exhibition will bring together professionals and decision makers in the field of hydrometeorology/environmental monitoring and Earth Observations/Earth Remote Sensing from Russia and CIS, Europe, Middle East and Asia, as well as consumers of hydrometeorological information and Earth observations data in all of the sectors of economy and related governmental agencies of Russia and CIS: transportation, industry, agriculture, energy, construction, forestry, ecology, natural resources, emergency services, military and law enforcement, municipalities, public health, tourism, and etc.
Detailed information: http://www.imd-expo.com/weather-climate-water
8th International Conference on Recent Advances in Space Technologies
“Space Economy: Development and Sustainability” RAST 2017
June 19-22, 2017
RAST2017 intends to elaborate on the benefits, accomplishments, plans and the potential of space technologies
in terms of development, environment, health, education and disaster mitigation, especially for the developing World.
RAST2017 has the main objective of providing a forum for the presentation and review of recent
developments in space technologies especially emphasizing the space economy. It is the wish and
the goal of the organizers to make RAST2017 a premier event in space technology developments
especially those on the way to near future deployment.
For more information please visit www.rast.org.tr
Small Unmanned Aerial Systems for Environmental Research – 5th Edition
University of Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro (UTAD)
Vila Real, Portugal
June 28-30, 2017
The Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry Society (RSPSoc) and the University of Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro (UTAD),
Vila Real, Portugal and INESC-TEC, Portugal, are organising, the 5th International Conference on
“Small Unmanned Aerial Systems for Environmental Research”. The event is meant for scientists, students,…
4th CIPA Summer School - 3D Surveying and Modelling in Cultural Heritage
July 12-18, 2017
Lectures will focus on trends and achievements of the following topics:
- Theoretical lectures (3D surveying, photogrammetry, laser scanning, etc.)
- Practical work, in the field and in the lab with commercial and open source processing software
- The participants will learn the basics in:
- surveying and data acquisition
- data processing methods for 3D models and metric products’ generation
- An opportunity for scholars, MSc and PhD students, researchers and specialists,
archaeologists, architects, restorers, conservationists, geomatics, in the surveying and
heritage fields to deepen their knowledge and expertise with reality-based 3D modelling
View flyer here…
International Seminar on Construction and Application of Spatial Data Infrastructure
National Geomatics Center of China
Beijing (Sept. 15-17, 2017)
and Wuhan (Sept. 18-22, 2017)
Activities in Beijing include lectures and technical visits. The lectures will be given by experts and scholars, focusing on SDI standards and policies, technical components, strategy of implementation, methods and techniques for construction and maintenance, typical applications and services, etc. Technical visits include companies with experience and products for SDI construction, maintenance, and application.
Then the group will move to Wuhan to attend the ISPRS 2017 Geospatial Week, composed of 10 high-level International Workshops. Visit http://gsw2017.3snews.net/
The organizer of the Seminar will provide financial support to about 40 participants from Surveying and Mapping Agencies of Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) or other developing countries. It will include the accommodations during Sept. 14-22, 2017, travel between Beijing and Wuhan, and registration fee for the ISPRS 2017 Geospatial Week, and will be arranged on a first -come-first -served basis.
For more information see the announcement here
The Eighth Asia/Oceania Meteorological Satellite Users' Conference
Vladivostok, Russian Federation
October 16–21, 2017
Asia/Oceania Meteorological Satellite Users’ Conferences provide an excellent forum for members within the Asia/Oceania community to meet and enhance their joint efforts in the utilization of satellite data and products for better weather, climate and disaster mitigation services. The Conferences have proven to be very effective in:
- promoting satellite observations and determining possible application areas, with a focus on regional issues; informing on recent advances in remote sensing science;
- fostering the dialogue between satellite operators and the user community on current and future satellites;
- and engaging young scientists.
See first announcement here…
For more information visit: http://aomsuc8.ntsomz.ru/
Frontiers in Spectral imaging and 3D Technologies for Geospatial Solutions
October 25-27, 2017
The main objectives of ISPRS SPEC3D include (but are not limited to):
- to share knowledge of development trends in spectral and 3D sensing technologies,
- to highlight any requirements for future developments in the data processing technologies,
- to discover new prospects in exploiting the current emerging technologies in existing and new application fields, and
- to improve knowledge transfer and cooperation between the industry and research/academia.
The program will include several keynotes from leading, influential, recognised scientists, demos and presentations from the industry, as well as oral and poster presentations after peer review.
ISPRS SPEC3D is jointly organized by the ISPRS working groups:
- WG III/4: Hyperspectral Image Processing
- WG III/1: Thematic Information Extraction
- WG I/5: New 3D Sensors for Metrology and Industrial Vision
- WG I/1: Multi- and Hyperspectral Sensing
For further information see: http://www.mit.jyu.fi/scoma/spec3d/index.html and the flyer
14th International Conference on Location Based Services
January 15-17, 2018
ETH Zürich and the ICA Commission on Location Based Services are pleased to invite you to contribute to the 14th International Conference on Location Based Services.
The conference will offer a common ground to colleagues from various disciplines and practice where they can meet, interact and exchange knowledge, experience, plans and ideas on how LBS can and could be improved and on how it will influence both science and society.
See Call for Papers here
Report of the URSI-France Workshop (an ISPRS Perspective)
by Orhan Altan
The URSI-France 2017 Workshop, under the sponsorship of the French Academy of Sciences, was dedicated to “Radio Science for Humanity”. The workshop was held at Campus SophiaTech located in Sophia Antipolis, South of France, on February 1-3, 2017. JS'17 was co-organized by Institute Mines Telecom - Telecom ParisTech and Université Nice Sophia Antipolis.
Report from GRASF
by Lena Halounová
Hussein Mohammed Abdulmuttalib, on behalf of the Dubai Municipality organized
GIS & Remote Sensing Annual Scientific Forum = GRASF (
http://www.grasf.ae) in Dubai, March 6-8, 2017. Organizers hosted not only the GRASF meeting, but also JURSE 2017 (
http://www.jurse2017.com), Joint Urban Remote Sensing Event within the scientific programme.
ISPRS Sessions at the ASPRS IGTF 2017 Conference in Baltimore, Maryland
by Marguerite Madden and Charles Toth
The ASPRS Annual Conference Imaging & Geospatial Technology Forum, IGTF 2017 was held 12-16 March in Baltimore, Maryland, in spite of a late winter snow storm. Predictions of 0.3 m of snow did not prevent over 600 participants from gathering for quality technical sessions, exhibits, workshops and impromptu musical performances.
by Nithiyanandam Ph.D
Assistant Professor, Department of Natural Resources
TERI University, New Delhi, India
Many thanks to ISPRS for supporting ICUG-2017 as a knowledge partner. The ISPRS affiliation has taken the conference to a greater height. We are happy to inform you that ICUG 2017 took place over a span of two days- 22nd and 23rd February 2017 at TERI University New Delhi, partnered with four national and international associations. 90 Participants from 50 institutions and 35 delegates from various Government Departments and other industries had participated in the event. Approximately 80 participants have showcased their work in ICUG-2017 at 12 different sessions. The best poster/paper award was granted to the participants in both student and non-student category.
Some of the conference photographs are available at the link below; you may like to see
We are also glad to inform you that we have received a significant number of good research articles from prestigious institutions across the world. The response from the participants was so good, and overall the event was a grand success. We would love to continue this event in the future.
Once again we sincerely thank ISPRS for the support rendered to make this event successful. We are also looking forward to your support in future as well.
ISPRS Journal and International Journal of Geo-Information – latest table of contents
Call for Contributions for New Theme Issue on Point Cloud Processing in ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing
This theme issue covers a range of topics on point clouds generated from LiDAR and various image sources. Georeferenced point clouds collected from different platforms such as aircraft, UAV (unmanned aerial vehicles), vehicle, terrestrial scanning, hand-held devices, and backpacks of indoor and outdoor scenes, are particularly relevant to this theme issue. Point clouds generated from images such as aerial images, satellite imagery, street view panoramas, and camera phone images are also of relevance. The topics range from low-level processing to high-level understanding, including feature extraction, segmentation, recognition, and modeling.
For more information see:
Call for Original Papers on the UN Sustainable Development Goals for a Special Issue in the ISPRS International Journal for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing
The United Nations website states as follows:
On 1 January 2016, the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development — adopted by world leaders in September 2015 at an historic UN Summit — officially came into force. Over the next fifteen years, with these new Goals that universally apply to all, countries will mobilize efforts to end all forms of poverty, fight inequalities and tackle climate change, while ensuring that no one is left behind.
Given the above announcement, it is timely for the inclusion of a Special Issue of the ISPRS Journal covering topics on contributions of photogrammetry, remote sensing and spatial information sciences towards achieving the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) http://www.un.org/sustainabledevelopment/development-agenda/. A number of the SDGs can benefit from contributions from the photogrammetry, remote sensing and spatial information sciences technologies.
For more information visit:
latest table of job opportunities
Secretariat Director, GEO
in Geneva, Switzerland
Deadline for Application: May 15, 2017
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ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information — Open Access Journal
New publications in the ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information
Open Access Journal
Volume 6, Issue 2 (February 2017), No 33-57
Collection and Integration of Local Knowledge and Experience through a Collective Spatial Analysis
Castillo-Rosas, Juan Daniel, Diez-Rodríguez, José José, Jiménez-Vélez, Alex Fernando, Núñez-Andrés, María Amparo, Monguet-Fierro, Josep María
One-Page Multimedia Interactive Map
Maiellaro, Nicola, Varasano, Antonietta
Evaluating Influential Nodes in Social Networks by Local Centrality with a Coefficient
Zhao, Xiaohui, Liu, Fang’ai, Wang, Jinlong, Li, Tianlai
Investigating the Influence of Different DEMs on GIS-Based Cost Distance Modeling for Site Catchment Analysis of Prehistoric Sites in Andalusia
Becker, Daniel, de Andrés-Herrero, María, Willmes, Christian, Weniger, Gerd-Christian, Bareth, Georg
A 27-Intersection Model for Representing Detailed Topological Relations between Spatial Objects in Two-Dimensional Space
Shen, Jingwei, Zhou, Tinggang, Chen, Min
Investigating Public Facility Characteristics from a Spatial Interaction Perspective: A Case Study of Beijing Hospitals Using Taxi Data
Kong, Xiaoqing, Liu, Yu, Wang, Yuxia, Tong, Daoqin, Zhang, Jing
Locating Automated External Defibrillators in a Complicated Urban Environment Considering a Pedestrian-Accessible Network that Focuses on Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrests
Kwon, Pil, Kim, Min-Jun, Lee, Youngmin, Yu, Kiyun, Huh, Yong
Whistland: An Augmented Reality Crowd-Mapping System for Civil Protection and Emergency Management
Luchetti, Gioele, Mancini, Adriano, Sturari, Mirco, Frontoni, Emanuele, Zingaretti, Primo
Coupling Knowledge with GIS Operations: The Benefits of Extended Operation Descriptions
Hofer, Barbara, Papadakis, Emmanuel, Mäs, Stephan
Discover Patterns and Mobility of Twitter Users—A Study of Four US College Cities
Li, Yue, Li, Qinghua, Shan, Jie
The Performance Analysis of Space Resection-Aided Pedestrian Dead Reckoning for Smartphone Navigation in a Mapped Indoor Environment
Chiang, Kai-Wei, Liao, Jhen-Kai, Huang, Shih-Huan, Chang, Hsiu-Wen, Chu, Chien-Hsun
Analysis of the Spatial Variation of Network-Constrained Phenomena Represented by a Link Attribute Using a Hierarchical Bayesian Model
Wang, Zhensheng, Yue, Yang, Li, Qingquan, Nie, Ke, Yu, Changbin
A Road Map Refinement Method Using Delaunay Triangulation for Big Trace Data
Tang, Luliang, Ren, Chang, Liu, Zhang, Li, Qingquan
The Effects of Rural Settlement Evolution on the Surrounding Land Ecosystem Service Values: A Case Study in the Eco-Fragile Areas, China
Li, Dongmei, Wang, Dongyan, Li, Hong, Zhang, Shuwen, Tian, Wenbo
A Formal Framework for Integrated Environment Modeling Systems
Zhang, Gaofeng, Li, Yan, Chen, Chong, Zhou, Rui, Chen, Dan, Zhou, Qingguo
Evaluation of Feature Selection Methods for Object-Based Land Cover Mapping of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Imagery Using Random Forest and Support Vector Machine Classifiers
Ma, Lei, Fu, Tengyu, Blaschke, Thomas, Li, Manchun, Tiede, Dirk, Zhou, Zhenjin, Ma, Xiaoxue, Chen, Deliang
A New GNSS Single-Epoch Ambiguity Resolution Method Based on Triple-Frequency Signals
Wang, Shengli, Deng, Jian, Lu, Xiushan, Song, Ziyuan, Xu, Ying
Geovisualization for Association Rule Mining in Oil and Gas Well Data
Sun, Xiaodong, Wang, Xin
Mapping Comparison and Meteorological Correlation Analysis of the Air Quality Index in Mid-Eastern China
Yu, Zhichen, Zhong, Shaobo, Wang, Chaolin, Yang, Yongsheng, Yao, Guannan, Huang, Quanyi
A Spatio-Temporal Enhanced Metadata Model for Interdisciplinary Instant Point Observations in Smart Cities
Chen, Nengcheng, Liu, Yingbing, Li, Jia, Chen, Zeqiang
A State-of-the-Art Review on the Integration of Building Information Modeling (BIM) and Geographic Information System (GIS)
Liu, Xin, Wang, Xiangyu, Wright, Graeme, Cheng, Jack C. P., Li, Xiao, Liu, Rui
AHS Model: Efficient Topological Operators for a Sensor Web Publish/Subscribe System
Huang, Chih-Yuan, Liang, Steve H. L.
Regions Set in Stone—Delimiting and Categorizing Regions in Europe by Settlement Patterns Derived from EO-Data
Taubenböck, Hannes, Ferstl, Joachim, Dech, Stefan
An Original Application of Image Recognition Based Location in Complex Indoor Environments
Chiabrando, Filiberto, Di Pietra, Vincenzo, Lingua, Andrea, Cho, Youngsu, Jeon, Juil
Identifying Different Transportation Modes from Trajectory Data Using Tree-Based Ensemble Classifiers
Xiao, Zhibin, Wang, Yang, Fu, Kun, Wu, Fan
Volume 6, Issue 3 (March 2017), No 58-91
Effect of the Long-Term Mean and the Temporal Stability of Water-Energy Dynamics on China’s Terrestrial Species Richness
Zhang, Chunyan, Cai, Danlu, Li, Wang, Guo, Shan, Guan, Yanning, Bian, Xiaolin, Yao, Wutao
Landsat-Based Land Cover Change in the Beijing-Tianjin-Tangshan Urban Agglomeration in 1990, 2000 and 2010
Yang, Aqiang, Sun, Guoqing
An Exploratory Study Investigating Gender Effects on Using 3D Maps for Spatial Orientation in Wayfinding
Liao, Hua, Dong, Weihua
Crowdsourcing User-Generated Mobile Sensor Weather Data for Densifying Static Geosensor Networks
Sosko, Shay, Dalyot, Sagi
Usage of Smartphone Data to Derive an Indicator for Collaborative Mobility between Individuals
Toader, Bogdan, Sprumont, François, Faye, Sébastien, Popescu, Mioara, Viti, Francesco
Towards a Landmark-Based Pedestrian Navigation Service Using OSM Data
Rousell, Adam, Zipf, Alexander
An Improved DBSCAN Algorithm to Detect Stops in Individual Trajectories
Luo, Ting, Zheng, Xinwei, Xu, Guangluan, Fu, Kun, Ren, Wenjuan
Linking Neighborhood Characteristics and Drug-Related Police Interventions: A Bayesian Spatial Analysis
Marco, Miriam, Gracia, Enrique, López-Quílez, Antonio
Predicting Spatial Distribution of Key Honeybee Pests in Kenya Using Remotely Sensed and Bioclimatic Variables: Key Honeybee Pests Distribution Models
Makori, David M., Fombong, Ayuka T., Abdel-Rahman, Elfatih M., Nkoba, Kiatoko, Ongus, Juliette, Irungu, Janet, Mosomtai, Gladys, Makau, Sospeter, Mutanga, Onisimo, Odindi, John, Raina, Suresh, Landmann, Tobias
Applying OGC Standards to Develop a Land Surveying Measurement Model
Sofos, Ioannis, Vescoukis, Vassilios, Gkegkas, Athanasios, Tsilimantou, Elisavet
Spatio-Temporal Change Detection of Ningbo Coastline Using Landsat Time-Series Images during 1976–2015
Wang, Xia, Liu, Yaolin, Ling, Feng, Liu, Yanfang, Fang, Feiguo
The Analysis of Task and Data Characteristic and the Collaborative Processing Method in Real-Time Visualization Pipeline of Urban 3DGIS
Zhou, Dongbo, Jiang, Gang, Yu, Jie, Liu, Leyuan, Li, Wenbo
GSMNet: A Hierarchical Graph Model for Moving Objects in Networks
Zhang, Hengcai, Lu, Feng
A Multi-Scale Residential Areas Matching Method Using Relevance Vector Machine and Active Learning
Zhang, Xinchang, Luo, Guowei, He, Guangjing, Chen, Liyan
Salience Indicators for Landmark Extraction at Large Spatial Scales Based on Spatial Analysis Methods
Weng, Min, Xiong, Qin, Kang, Mengjun
Frontiers in Spatial and Spatiotemporal Crime Analytics—An Editorial
Helbich, Marco, Leitner, Michael
Land Use Influencing the Spatial Distribution of Urban Crime: A Case Study of Szczecin, Poland
Sypion-Dutkowska, Natalia, Leitner, Michael
Applicability Analysis of VTEC Derived from the Sophisticated Klobuchar Model in China
Chen, Jun, Huang, Liangke, Liu, Lilong, Wu, Pituan, Qin, Xuyuan
A Spatial Lattice Model Applied for Meteorological Visualization and Analysis
Lu, Mingyue, Chen, Min, Wang, Xuan, Min, Jinzhong, Liu, Aili
A Web-Based Visual and Analytical Geographical Information System for Oil and Gas Data
Li, Yuanchen, Wei, Bingjie, Wang, Xin
On Data Quality Assurance and Conflation Entanglement in Crowdsourcing for Environmental Studies
Leibovici, Didier G., Rosser, Julian F., Hodges, Crona, Evans, Barry, Jackson, Michael J., Higgins, Chris I.
An Integrated Approach for Monitoring and Information Management of the Guanling Landslide (China)
Hou, Wei, Lu, Xuejun, Wu, Pengda, Xue, An, Li, Liuke
Assessing Crowdsourced POI Quality: Combining Methods Based on Reference Data, History, and Spatial Relations
Touya, Guillaume, Antoniou, Vyron, Olteanu-Raimond, Ana-Maria, Van Damme, Marie-Dominique
Assessment of Wetland Ecosystem Health in the Yangtze and Amazon River Basins
Sun, Rui, Yao, Pingping, Wang, Wen, Yue, Bing, Liu, Gang
A Dynamic Data Structure to Efficiently Find the Points below a Line and Estimate Their Number
Kuijpers, Bart, Revesz, Peter Z.
A GIS-Based Evaluation of the Effectiveness and Spatial Coverage of Public Transport Networks in Tourist Destinations
Domènech, Antoni, Gutiérrez, Aaron
Elastic Spatial Query Processing in OpenStack Cloud Computing Environment for Time-Constraint Data Analysis
Huang, Wei, Zhang, Wen, Zhang, Dongying, Meng, Lingkui
User-Generated Geographic Information for Visitor Monitoring in a National Park: A Comparison of Social Media Data and Visitor Survey
Heikinheimo, Vuokko, Minin, Enrico Di, Tenkanen, Henrikki, Hausmann, Anna, Erkkonen, Joel, Toivonen, Tuuli
Integration of Traffic Information into the Path Planning among Moving Obstacles
Wang, Zhiyong, Steenbruggen, John, Zlatanova, Sisi
Distributed Temperature Measurement in a Self-Burning Coal Waste Pile through a GIS Open Source Desktop Application
Duarte, Lia, Teodoro, Ana Cláudia, Gonçalves, José Alberto, Ribeiro, Joana, Flores, Deolinda, Lopez-Gil, Alexia, Dominguez-Lopez, Alejandro, Angulo-Vinuesa, Xabier, Martin-Lopez, Sonia, Gonzalez-Herraez, Miguel
Implementation of Algorithm for Satellite-Derived Bathymetry using Open Source GIS and Evaluation for Tsunami Simulation
Poliyapram, Vinayaraj, Raghavan, Venkatesh, Metz, Markus, Delucchi, Luca, Masumoto, Shinji
Tracing the Spatial-Temporal Evolution of Events Based on Social Media Data
Zhou, Xiaolu, Xu, Chen
Estimation of 3D Indoor Models with Constraint Propagation and Stochastic Reasoning in the Absence of Indoor Measurements
Loch-Dehbi, Sandra, Dehbi, Youness, Plümer, Lutz
Efficient Geometric Pruning Strategies for Continuous Skyline Queries
Zheng, Jiping, Chen, Jialiang, Wang, Haixiang
ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing
New publications in the ISPRS Journal of
Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Volume 125 (March 2017)
Appearance learning for 3D pose detection of a satellite at close-range
Nassir W. Oumer, Simon Kriegel, Haider Ali, Peter Reinartz
Joint inpainting of depth and reflectance with visibility estimation
Marco Bevilacqua, Jean-François Aujol, Pierre Biasutti, Mathieu Brédif, Aurélie Bugeau
Line segment matching and reconstruction via exploiting coplanar cues
Kai Li, Jian Yao
Estimating rice yield related traits and quantitative trait loci analysis under different nitrogen treatments using a simple tower-based field phenotyping system with modified single-lens reflex cameras
Hiroki Naito, Satoshi Ogawa, Milton Orlando Valencia, Hiroki Mohri, Yutaka Urano, Fumiki Hosoi, Yo Shimizu, Alba Lucia Chavez, Manabu Ishitani, Michael Gomez Selvaraj, Kenji Omasa
On-orbit geometric calibration and geometric quality assessment for the high-resolution geostationary optical satellite GaoFen4
Mi Wang, Yufeng Cheng, Xueli Chang, Shuying Jin, Ying Zhu
A survey of pansharpening methods with a new band-decoupled variational model
J. Duran, A. Buades, B. Coll, C. Sbert, G. Blanchet
Integration of remote sensing based surface information into a three-dimensional microclimate model
Wieke Heldens, Uta Heiden, Thomas Esch, Andreas Mueller, Stefan Dech
Correcting bias in the rational polynomial coefficients of satellite imagery using thin-plate smoothing splines
Xiang Shen, Bin Liu, Qing-Quan Li
Identifying leaf traits that signal stress in TIR spectra
Maria F. Buitrago Acevedo, Thomas A. Groen, Christoph A. Hecker, Andrew K. Skidmore
An intensity-based stochastic model for terrestrial laser scanners
D. Wujanz, M. Burger, M. Mettenleiter, F. Neitzel
Accuracy assessment of seven global land cover datasets over China
Yongke Yang, Pengfeng Xiao, Xuezhi Feng, Haixing Li
Assessing the impacts of canopy openness and flight parameters on detecting a sub-canopy tropical invasive plant using a small unmanned aerial system
Ryan L. Perroy, Timo Sullivan, Nathan Stephenson
A Bayesian approach to traffic light detection and mapping
Siavash Hosseinyalamdary, Alper Yilmaz
Wind adaptive modeling of transmission lines using minimum description length
Yoonseok Jaw, Gunho Sohn
Using vector building maps to aid in generating seams for low-attitude aerial orthoimage mosaicking: Advantages in avoiding the crossing of buildings
Dongliang Wang, Wei Cao, Xiaoping Xin, Quanqin Shao, Matthew Brolly, Jianhua Xiao, Youchuan Wan, Yongjun Zhang
Informal settlement classification using point-cloud and image-based features from UAV data
C.M. Gevaert, C. Persello, R. Sliuzas, G. Vosselman
New publications in the ISPRS Journal of
Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Volume 126 (April 2017)
Cross-satellite comparison of operational land surface temperature products derived from MODIS and ASTER data over bare soil surfaces
Si-Bo Duan, Zhao-Liang Li, Jie Cheng, Pei Leng
Estimating urban vegetation fraction across 25 cities in pan-Pacific using Landsat time series data
Yuhao Lu, Nicholas C. Coops, Txomin Hermosilla
Winter wheat yield estimation based on multi-source medium resolution optical and radar imaging data and the AquaCrop model using the particle swarm optimization algorithm
Xiuliang Jin, Zhenhai Li, Guijun Yang, Hao Yang, Haikuan Feng, Xingang Xu, Jihua Wang, Xinchuan Li, Juhua Luo
Forest point processes for the automatic extraction of networks in raster data
Alena Schmidt, Florent Lafarge, Claus Brenner, Franz Rottensteiner, Christian Heipke
A comparison of two downscaling procedures to increase the spatial resolution of mapping actual evapotranspiration
Milad Mahour, Valentyn Tolpekin, Alfred Stein, Ali Sharifi
Assimilating leaf area index of three typical types of subtropical forest in China from MODIS time series data based on the integrated ensemble Kalman filter and PROSAIL model
Xuejian Li, Fangjie Mao, Huaqiang Du, Guomo Zhou, Xiaojun Xu, Ning Han, Shaobo Sun, Guolong Gao, Liang Chen
Spatiotemporal downscaling approaches for monitoring 8-day 30 m actual evapotranspiration
Yinghai Ke, Jungho Im, Seonyoung Park, Huili Gong
Transferability of multi- and hyperspectral optical biocrust indices
E. Rodríguez-Caballero, P. Escribano, C. Olehowski, S. Chamizo, J. Hill, Y. Cantón, B. Weber
Endmember extraction from hyperspectral image based on discrete firefly algorithm (EE-DFA)
Chengye Zhang, Qiming Qin, Tianyuan Zhang, Yuanheng Sun, Chao Chen
The potential of more accurate InSAR covariance matrix estimation for land cover mapping
Mi Jiang, Bin Yong, Xin Tian, Rakesh Malhotra, Rui Hu, Zhiwei Li, Zhongbo Yu, Xinxin Zhang
Semantic segmentation of forest stands of pure species combining airborne lidar data and very high resolution multispectral imagery
Clément Dechesne, Clément Mallet, Arnaud Le Bris, Valérie Gouet-Brunet
Estimating and mapping chlorophyll content for a heterogeneous grassland: Comparing prediction power of a suite of vegetation indices across scales between years
Alexander Tong, Yuhong He
Comparison of low-altitude UAV photogrammetry with terrestrial laser scanning as data-source methods for terrain covered in low vegetation
Wojciech Gruszczyński, Wojciech Matwij, Paweł Ćwiąkała
Computing multiple aggregation levels and contextual features for road facilities recognition using mobile laser scanning data
Bisheng Yang, Zhen Dong, Yuan Liu, Fuxun Liang, Yongjun Wang
Analytical and numerical investigations on the accuracy and robustness of geometric features extracted from 3D point cloud data
André Dittrich, Martin Weinmann, Stefan Hinz
Integration of fuzzy logic and image analysis for the detection of gullies in the Calhoun Critical Zone Observatory using airborne LiDAR data
Leonardo V. Noto, Satish Bastola, Yannis G. Dialynas, Elisa Arnone, Rafael L. Bra
Automated cropland mapping of continental Africa using Google Earth Engine cloud computing
Jun Xiong, Prasad S. Thenkabail, Murali K. Gumma, Pardhasaradhi Teluguntla, Justin Poehnelt, Russell G. Congalton, Kamini Yadav, David Thau
Hierarchical graph-based segmentation for extracting road networks from high-resolution satellite images
Rasha Alshehhi, Prashanth Reddy Marpu
12-17 Jun 2017
8th International UBI Summer School 2017
27-29 Jun 2017
International Workshop on the Analysis of Multitemporal Remote Sensing Images
01-02 Jul 2017
Geospatial Public Health
website not yet available
15-22 Sep 2017
International Seminar on Construction and Application of Spatial Data Infrastructure
Beijing & Wuhan, China
26-30 Sep 2017
VIII Surveying Convention
04 Oct 2017
International Conference on Geomatic and Geospatial Technology 2017
"Geospatial and Disaster Management"
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
14-15 Oct 2017
4th International GeoAdvances Workshop
GeoAdvances 2017 :
ISPRS Workshop on Multi-dimensional & Multi-scale Spatial Data Modeling
Safranbolu, Karabuk, Turkey
26-27 Oct 2017
28-29 Nov 2017
LowCost 3D - Sensors, Algorithms, Applications
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08-12 May 2017
The 37th International Symposium on Remote Sensing of Environment
Tshwane, South Africa
25-27 Oct 2017
Frontiers in Spectral imaging and 3D Technologies for Geospatial Solutions
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||Professor / Associate Professor / Assistant Professor in Land Surveying / Geo-Information Technology / Near-surface Geophysical Surveying on Underground Utilities (three posts) |
Department of Land Surveying and Geo-Informatics (LSGI), The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
||Aquatic Monitoring Lead & Technician|
Great Basin Institute and Bureau of Land Management, USA
||PhD position in Automatic generation of semantic 3D city models from 3D textured meshes|
3D geoinformation research group, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
||Secretariat Director, GEO |
GEO, Geneva, Switzerland
||Marie-Sklodowska-Curie PhD position Hyperspectral sensing from UAV platforms for agricultural monitoring and precision agriculture|
QuestUAV and Newcastle University, UK
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