ISPRS - Technical Commission V 1996-2000
 

Close-Range Techniques and Machine Vision

President
Hirofumi Chikatsu

Tokyo Denki University
Department of Civil Engineering
Hatoyama, Saitama, 350-03
Japan
+81-492-96-2911
+81-492-96-6501

Secretary
Eihan SHIMIZU

University of Tokyo
Department of Civil Engineering
Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo,113
Japan
+81-3-3812-2111
+81-3-5689-7290
Terms of Reference
  • Close-range and microrange measurements
  • Recording and monitoring of objects in motion and under deformation
  • Optical and integrated close-range sensor systems
  • Digital systems and time constrained solutions in close-range applications
  • Image analysis and image synthesis algorithms in close-range applications
  • Object related processing techniques in automatic, semi-automatic and manual mode in close-range applications
  • Modelling for visualization and virtual reality (VR)
  • Interface of CAD/CAM and information systems with close-range measurement systems

 

INTERCOMMISSION WGs of ISPRS COMMISSION V

 

WG V/1 - Close-Range Imaging and Metrology

Chair
Clive FRASER

University of Melbourne
Department of Geomatics
Parkville VIC 3052
Australia
+61-3 9344 6806
+61-3 9347 2916

Co-Chair
Horst BEYER

IMETRIC SA
Technopole
CH-2900 Porrentruy
Switzerland
+41-32 465 9365
+41-32 465 9360
WG V/1  Terms of Reference
  • Off-line and on-line systems for metrology
  • Development of digital imaging systems
  • Sensor and system calibration
  • Mathematical models and algorithms for vision metrology
  • System performance evaluation
  • New areas of application for vision metrology

 

WG V/2 - Integration of Photogrammetric Systems with CAD/CAM

Chair
Juergen PEIPE

Bundeswehr University, Munich
Institute for Photogrammetry and Cartography
D-85577 Neubiberg
Germany
+49-89-6004-3454
+49-89-6004-4090

Co-Chair
Stuart Robson

Department of Geomatic Engineering
University College London
Gower Street
London, WC1E 6BT
United Kingdom
+44 171 504 2726
+44 171 380 0453
WG V/2  Terms of Reference
  • Survey of existing CAD/CAM systems (functionality, data formats etc)
  • Development of methodologies and tools for the integration of photogrammetric systems with CAD/CAM
  • Development of CAD/CAM based object-oriented measurement procedures
  • The transfer of photogrammetric technology to the industrial design, engineering and manufacturing sector

 

WG V/3 - Scene Modelling for Visualization and Virtual Reality

Chair
Sabry EL-HAKIM

National Research Council
Institute for Information Technology
Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0R6
Canada
+1-613 991 6381
+1-613 952 0215

Co-Chair
Wolfgang FÖRSTNER

University Bonn
Institut fur Photogrammetrie
Nussallee 15
D-53115 Bonn
Germany
+49-228 7327 13/14
+49-228 7327 12
WG V/3  Terms of Reference
  • Creation of accurate virtual reality (VR) models from real scenes and objects
  • Integration of VR models and tools with close-range photogrammetry
  • Improvement of performance aspects of close-range photogrammetry, such as speed and automation
  • Sensor fusion for complete model creation
  • Seeking new VR applications requiring high precision 3-D models based on photogrammetric techniques

 

WG V/4 - Human Motion and Medical Image Analysis

Chair
Felix Margadant

Institute of Biomedical Engineering
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
Gloriastrasse 35
CH-8092 Zuerich
Switzerland
+41-1-632-6633
+41-1-632-1193

Co-Chair
Masako TSURUOKA

Murai Laboratory
Institute of Industrial Science
University of Tokyo
7-22 -1 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106
Japan
+81-3-3402-6231
+81-3-3479-2762
WG V/4  Terms of Reference
  • Development of medical real-time imaging systems
  • Dynamic analysis of human motion
  • 3D medical imaging for anthropometry
  • 3D representation and visualization
  • Fostering cooperation between photogrammetry and medicine committee

 

WG V/5 - World Cultural Heritage

Chair
Petros PATIAS

Department of Cadastre, Photogrammetry & Cartography
The Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Univ. Box. 473
GR-54006 Thessaloniki
Greecde
+30-31 996 116
+30-31 996 116

Co-Chair
Wenhao FENG

School of Remote Sensing and Information Engineering
Wuhan Technical University of Surveying and Mapping
39 Louyu Road, Wuhan,430070
P. R. CHINA
+86-27 787 8317
+86-27 786 5973
WG V/5  Terms of Reference
  • Application of photogrammetry and spatial information system technology to the recording, mapping and visualization of structures and items of the World Cultural Heritage
  • Incorporation of innovative technologies for data acquisition, data processing, information management, development of new products, and visualization
  • Development of low-cost digital systems for the recording and documentation of the World Cultural Heritage
  • Fostering close cooperation with national and international groups
  • Active promotion of the use of digital photogrammetric recording methodologies and products

 

ICWG V/III - Image Sequence Analysis

Chair
Hans-Gerd MAAS

Delft University of Technology
Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geo Sciences
Thijsseweg 11
2629JA Delft
The Netherlands
+31 15 278 2556
+31 15 278 2745

Co-Chair
Horst HAUSSECKER

Interdisciplinary Center for Scientific Computing, IWR
University of Heidelberg
Im Neuenheimer Feld 368
D-69120 Heidelberg
Germany
(+49) 6221 - 54 8823
(+49) 6221 - 54 8850
ICWG V/III  Terms of Reference

  • Matching strategies in image sequences
  • Algorithmic aspects of the combination of stereo imagery and tracking
  • Error modelling and propagation of uncertainty
  • Construction and representation of local spatial data
  • Spatial data interpretation for motion planning
  • Devices for image sequence acquisition and storage
  • Realtime image sequence processing hardware
  • Fusion of multi-sensor information

 

Commission V - Special Interest Working Group on "Animation"

Chair
Armin GRUEN

Institute of Geodesy and Photogrammetry
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
ETH - Hoenggerberg
CH - 8093 Zürich
Switzerland
+41-1-633-3038
+41-1-633-1101

Co-Chair
Shunji MURAI

University of Tokyo
Institute of Industrial Science
7-22 -1 Roppongi, Minato-ku
Tokyo 106
Japan
+81-3-3402-6231
+81-3-3479-2762
Commission V  Terms of Reference
  • Encouragement of collaboration with the computer animation community for the exchange of knowledge, techniques and applications
  • Exchange of technology and application oriented knowledge through active participation in each other's conferences
  • Promotion of application-specific technology through cooperation with related ISPRS WGs

 

 

 
Nice 2020
XXIVth ISPRS Congress:

June 6-11, 2022
Nice, FRANCE
 
 
 
 
 
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