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July 13, 2020 

CATCON6 2012 @ MELBOURNE Congress

Technical Commission WG VI/2 organised the sixth contest for Computer Assisted Teaching CONtest “CATCON 6” at the ISPRS Congress, Melbourne, Australia, on Thursday, 30 August, 2012. The main objective of the contest is to promote the development and dissemination of effective, educational and user-friendly

  • multimedia tutorials,
  • podcasts,
  • simulations and virtual environments,
  • information packages or data sets, and
  • application software

designed and used specifically for computer assisted teaching (CAT) in photogrammetry, remote sensing or GIS.


In general, the CAT tutorial, software or data set is preferred to be non-commercial and provided to users without licence charges or other fees for not-for-profit use. Since many ISPRS attendees have been interested in this contest at three previous Congresses, this is a very good opportunity to show the effectiveness and utility of your CAT product.

Award Contestant Entry Web Site or email
CHF 3000
M.P. Imhof, M.T. Cox, D.W. Harvey, G.E. Heemskerk, and C.J. Pettit
Future Farming Systems Research Division, Department of Primary Industries, Australia
Landscape Visualisation
on the Internet
CHF 2500
Diego Gonzalez-Aguilera, Diego Guerrero, David Hernandez-Lopez,
Pablo Rodriguez-Gonzalvez, Marc Pierrot, Jesus Fernandez-Hernandez
University of Salamanca, Spain
PW, Photogrammetry
Please contact
daguilera@usal.es or
CHF 1500
Aguiar, R.A. Brito, J.L.N.S. Badolato, I.S. Bernardo Filho, O. Coelho Filho, L.C.T. Pupin,
P.A.B. Reolon, P.F. Ribeiro, J. Ribeiro, J.A. Silveira, F.J.C. Silveira, M.T.
The Rio de Janeiro State University (UERJ), Cartographic Engineering, Brazil
The E-FOTO project http://www.efoto.eng.uerj.br/en