The publications of ISPRS are in the following categories (related publications can be found
- The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial
contain the peer-reviewed proceedings and the scientific and technical presentations of all ISPRS Congresses,
Symposia and selected Conferences and Workshops, the series was established more than 100 years ago.
- The International Annals of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial
contain selected full paper double-blind peer-reviewed scientific papers of ISPRS Congresses, Symposia and a number of Conferences and Workshops. The series was newly established in 2012.
- The ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing
is the official publication of the Society. It contains scientific and technical articles and reviews in the field of
photogrammetry and remote sensing, and as such, endeavors to be a primary channel of communication on the scientific
activities of ISPRS, for specialists in all countries working in the many disciplines applying photogrammetry and remote
ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information
(ISSN 2220-9964), an international scientific open access journal on geo-information, is jointly published by ISPRS and MDPI
online quarterly. The first issue will be released in 2012. The Journal is free for readers. Also, free publication is
offered for well-prepared manuscripts submitted in 2012 and 2013.
- The ISPRS eBulletin is the official bulletin of the Society.
If contains such items as the ISPRS Annual Reports, general news of ISPRS activities, event reports of ISPRS sponsored
conferences, officers lists, keynote speeches, book, project and technology reviews, minutes of Council and Technical
Commission meetings, and calls for papers etc.
ISPRS Highlights (former official Bulletin of ISPRS).
- The ISPRS Book Series in the Photogrammetry, Remote
Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences includes high quality scientific papers, usually presented at ISPRS events,
after peer-review. It also includes textbooks or translations of textbooks and books on advanced scientific topics
that are not directly related to ISPRS events.