ISPRS Announcements

ISPRS Events: A new Digital Content Policy and Program implemented for the first Time for the ISPRS 2020 Virtual Event

As you probably know, the ISPRS XXIV Congress has been postponed to 4-10 July 2021. In these circumstances, ISPRS decided to set up two editions of the XXIV Congress, each with a separate set of proceedings:

For the 2020 edition, 2000 persons registered and 1050 papers were published in the

ISPRS Annals of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences and

The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences. More than 300 authors from 84 countries took the opportunity to present their work through 10 min pre-recorded videos of their oral presentation or directly live.

This new format allows people who could not attend the virtual event to listen to the presentations on a replay basis. The archived videos of the virtual event are now available in the new ISPRS audio-video (AV) media library (accessible on These videos will also be available together with the papers in the new layout of our ISPRS Archives and Annals soon.

The ISPRS AV media library will provide not only a long-term archive for videos from our future ISPRS conferences but will also provide a new way of accessing our high-quality presentations. All the videos in this new media library are of course freely accessible to all for education, training and capacity building, contributing towards the outreach mission of the Society. As this recent development is such an important trend for our community, we will, in the future, strongly encourage all our authors to submit not only a paper or a poster, but also 10-minute pre-recorded videos summarizing the main issues of their research.

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Nice 2020
XXIVth ISPRS Congress:

July 4-10, 2021

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