ISPRS Highlights Vol.5 No.1

March 2000



Table of Contents

  • EDITORIAL by L.Fritz (ISPRS President) (PDF Document)
  • Annual Report 1999
    • ISPRS Technical Commissions Reports (PDF Document)
      • Technical Commission I
      • Technical Commission II
      • Technical Commission III
      • Technical Commission IV
      • Technical Commission V
      • Technical Commission VI
      • Technical Commission VII
    • ISPRS Congress (PDF Document)
      • The XIX ISPRS Congress 'Geoinformation for all'
    • Regional Members activities (PDF Document)
      • AARS (by Shunji Murai, General Secretary, AARS)
      • EARSeL (by Lucien Wald, Secretary General, EARSeL)
    • Intersociety Activities (PDF Document)
      • CEOS (Committee on Earth Observation Satellites)
      • COPUOS
      • CIPA (International Committee for Architectural Photogrammetry, by Peter Waldhäusl, President, CIPA
      • ISB (International Society of Biomechanics), by Armin Gruen
      • ISO/TC 211
      • ICSU
      • Open GIS COnsortium, by Lance McKee (International Society of Biomechanics), by Armin Gruen
      • Symposium report 'Modern Information and GPS technology'
    • Publications (PDF Document)
      • Journal P&RS, by E. Baltsavias, Editor-In-Chief
      • Highlights 2000, by Johan Boesjes (GITC) and Lucas Janssen (Editor-in-Chief)
      • Home page, by Andre' Streilen, Web Master

    • Awards and State of Affairs (PDF Document)
      • Report on changes to Membership 1999
      • Treasurer's Report, by Heinz Ruther, Treasurer
      • Become a member of ISPRS
      • The U.V. Helava Awards - Best paper 1998, by E. Baltsavias
      • ISPRS Logo Design Contest
  • ISPRS Events Calendar (1 March 2000 Version), by Joanne Heckman, Editor Events Calendar (PDF Document)
  • ISPRS Sustaining Members (PDF Document)
    • ISPRS Sustainig Members
    • Profile of new Sustaining Members
    • News from SM



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