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ISPRS e-Bulletin: February 2015

ISPRS e-Bulletin
Issue No 4 - 2015



Lena Halounovà      

Prague Castle, at the heart of the 2016 ISPRS Congress logo

by Lena Halounovà
ISPRS Congress Director

Everybody who wants to highlight the importance of the place they are writing about should find some records about the place.

Prague Castle has at least two records. Firstly, it is the largest historic castle complex in the world and secondly, as part of the complex, St. Vitus Cathedral took a rather long time to construct. Its foundation stone was laid in 1344 and the Cathedral was finished in 1929. Its architecture is a combination of gothic and new gothic styles. The Castle architectural styles cover the development from Romanesque up to Functionalism. There is one spot behind the Cathedral where you can see all the styles starting by Sv. Jiří Church (St. George) as Romanesque continuing to gothic, renaissance, baroque, new gothic, etc.

The Castle has typical castle’s segments – gates (there are three gates which are open till 10 p.m. every day), courts paved in marble, cobbled parts which form streets, the treasury  which normally forms a part of a house or even a flat - is a separate building on one side here, the prison is on the other side, gardens, a castle moat, the riding hall, which offers a nice place for various exhibitions now, houses of the castle guard, known at present under the name of Golden Street. The Cathedral is a place where the Czech crown jewels are deposited. Seven of the most important persons of the country have one key each to this “treasury” and therefore all must be present to enable the opening of its doors.

The Castle has also its legends. One of them says that it was just before the death of Charles IV, the most important king in Czech history, when the death-bell from the Cathedral started to ring and all the bells in the country followed it. Charles heard them and said: “My children, God is waiting for me and He will be with you forever”. There is another legend about a famous prisoner – Dalibor, a Czech rebel knight. Dalibor was interned so long in the Castle’s prison that he learnt how to play the violin. One of operas of Bedřich Smetana, a famous Czech composer, was based on Dalibor’s story and the Prague Castle prison bears his name, Daliborka. People use the saying: the need taught Dalibor to play the violin for situations when an unpleasant event/state forces you to master new knowledge.

The Castle is an urban unit as well. It is surrounded by walls, had its own water source, offices, shops, post office, gardens, restaurants, churches, museums, galleries, etc. Czech Kings had their seat there and Czech Presidents always had their house there. Prague Castle is a lovely place with various facets which you can enjoy in any weather all year round from 5 a.m. in summer and 6 a.m. in winter. You can use several places in the Castle for vistas of Prague with its brick red roofs and hundreds of towers.

The Castle is built on a spur which was already inhabited 5 000 years ago. The Castle itself was founded in 880 A.D.

Prague Castle Prague Castle

The ISPRS Congress logo is formed by the Prague Castle silhouette and you will be able to see it from the Prague Congress Centre next year.



Society News

The Philippine Geosciences and Remote Sensing Society


New Philippine Ordinary Member

A recent ballot under Ordinary members elected the Philippine Geosciences and Remote Sensing Society as new Ordinary member. The Philippine Geosciences and Remote Sensing Society is a group of experts in the field of remote sensing whose objective is to promote and advance the application of the field in areas of education, industry, research, and public service for the Filipino people and the country.

For further information see



ISPRS Geospatial Week 2015 a splendid success

With more than 500 participants from more than 52 countries, the ISPRS Geospatial Week 2005, held in La Grande Motte near Montpellier, France between Sept. 28 and Oct. 3rd, 2015, was a great success. GSW Director Nicolas Paparoditis, Clément Mallet and their team put up a most interesting programme, organised in a total of 11 independent workshops running parallel throughout the week. Common key note presentations which gave an overview of topics as diverse as 3D city modeling, UAV photogrammetry, lidar forestry applications and computer graphics were followed by in depth discussion in smaller groups.

A more elaborate report of GSW 2015 will be given in the next edition of the eBulletin.



ISPRS Geospatial Week 2017 will be held in Wuhan, China

During the GSW 2015 the decision was taken to hold the next Geospatial Week in China, organised by Wuhan University. A strong Chinese delegation submitted a winning application to the panel and was successful with their bid. Wuhan University is the largest university in the field of photogrammetry, remote sensing and spatial science with approximately 4.000 undergraduate and graduate students.

GSW 2017 will take place from Sept. 18 - 22, 2017, with Deren Li, Honorary Member of ISPRS, as director. He will be joined by a large team headed by Jianya Gong (currently president of Com. VI), Huayi Wu and Bisheng Yang.

We look forward to an interesting and successful Geospatial Week and already now welcome all readers to join us in Wuhan in two years.


Society News

ISPRS Student Consortium Newsletter


Student Consortium Newsletter

News and current information from the ISPRS Student Consortium can be found in their latest newsletter…

Quick Links

•   ISPRS homepage
•   The ISPRS Foundation
•   ISPRS Calendar
•   Prague Congress 2016
•   Student Consortium

General Announcements

Österreichische Gesellschaft für Vermessung und Geoinformation (OVG)      

Austrian Society for Surveying and Geoinformation elects new President and new board. On the 6th May 2015 the Austrian ordinary ISPRS member OVG elected a new board. Julius Ernst was elected new president and Franz Blauensteiner is the new Secretary General. The former president, Gert Steinkellner, in office since 2003, is now an Honorary President of OVG.

The ISPRS Community wholeheartedly congratulates Julius Ernst to the new job. We are sure that the excellent relationship with OVG will continue in the future. At the same time we are grateful to Gert Steinkellner for the many years of dedicated service, both to OVG and to ISPRS. We wish him well for all activities he will embark on in the future.

ISPRS Benchmark on Multi-platform Photogrammetry


ISPRS Benchmark on Multi-platform Photogrammetry

The second part of the ISPRS Benchmark on Multi-platform Photogrammetry has been released. It concerns the image orientation task and two different sets of images are provided to the community:
i) airborne oblique set from an IGI PentaCam system;
ii) combined block from terrestrial and UAV-based images.
Both sets come with some ground control points and the task of participants is to run the image calibration/bundle block adjustment.

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ISPRS working group III/4 '3D scene analysis'


New ISPRS WG III/4 "3D scene analysis" benchmark datasets

ISPRS working group III/4 "3D scene analysis" is pleased to announce the release of two new datasets in the context of the ongoing benchmarking activities. Researchers are invited to download the data and participate in these new benchmarks.

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Join the Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC)

The SGAC is a non-governmental organisation which aims to represent students and young space professionals (broadly in the age range of 18-35) to the United Nations, space agencies, industry, and academia.

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Announcements of Scientific Meetings                (see also ISPRS Calendar)

GIM International Summit      

GIM International Summit - Bridging the Gap between the Geospatial Sector and Society’s Global Challenges
Amsterdam, Netherlands
10-12 February, 2016

Based on the overarching theme of ‘Seeking Space for Future Development’, the GIM International Summit is being organised with the role of geoprofessionals as ‘caretakers of the Earth’ in mind.

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New events of the Committee on SPAce Research (COSPAR):

41st COSPAR Scientific Assembly
Istanbul, Turkey
30 July - 7 August, 2016
See for more details.

2nd COSPAR Symposium: Water and life in the universe
Foz do Iguazu, Brazil
Nov. 9-13, 2015
More details at

Geobia 2016      

GEOBIA 2016 – Solutions & Synergies
ITC, Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands
14-16 September, 2016

The University of Twente will host the 6th GEOBIA conference, focusing on the theme of Solutions & Synergies. As such, the focus will be establishing greater transparency and working towards better transferability of developed OBIA solutions, so that they can be more easily used in solving environmental or planning problems.

For further information please visit

The joint IEEE GRSS Young Professionals and ISPRS Summer School      

The joint IEEE GRSS Young Professionals and ISPRS Summer School
Curitiba, Brazil
26-30 October, 2015

See an announcement in the Brazilian magazine, MundoGeo, oriented to the Brazilian RS community:

The Capturing Reality Forum      

The Capturing Reality Forum
The Salzburg Congress, Austria
23-25 November 2015

Combining the very best of SPAR Europe and ELMF to deliver one unique event, the Capturing Reality Forum focuses on the technologies of laser scanning, LiDAR and 3D data capture and modelling. Incorporating an innovative conference and an international exhibition to provide an inspiring platform for professionals to meet, learn and share ideas with industry’s best.

LinkedIn: Capturing Reality Forum

GISTAM 2016      

2nd International Conference on Geographical Information Systems Theory, Applications and Management

Rome, Italy
26-27 April, 2016

The conference aims at creating a meeting point of researchers and practitioners that address new challenges in geo-spatial data sensing, observation, representation, processing, visualization, sharing and managing, in all aspects concerning both information communication and technologies (ICT), as well as management information systems and knowledge-based systems.

Visit the website:

DGI 2016      

DGI 2016
London, UK
18-20 January, 2016

DGI is the only large-scale annual meeting in Europe of military and civilian geospatial intelligence agency leaders. The conference and exhibition provide a unique platform for 600 international GEOINT experts and attendees to exchange experiences, share plans and national programme updates, showcase the latest technologies and shape the future of the industry together.

As a media partner of DGI 2016, the ISPRS are pleased to offer you a 20% discount off the price to attend the event using our exclusive code ‘ISPRS20’ – use the code to register your place here:

For more information visit:

SkyTech 2016      

SkyTech 2016
London, UK
27-28 January, 2016

SkyTech 2016, organised in collaboration with SUAS Global, RUSTA & Flightpath Consulting, is a two-day tradeshow dedicated to advancing the commercial UAV industry across Europe.

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GEO Business 2016      

GEO Business 2016
London, UK
24-25 May, 2016

The geospatial event for everyone involved in the gathering, storing, processing and delivering of geospatial information. Incorporating an international trade exhibition, a cutting edge conference and a programme of live commercial workshops sessions, featuring the technology and services used by those working with spatial data.

Visit the website:

EuroCOW 2016      

EuroCOW 2016
European Calibration and Orientation Workshop
Lausanne, Switzerland
10-12 February, 2016

This biennial meeting intends to bring together the world experts, both from public and private sectors, to present and discuss the recent findings and developments on Sensor Calibration and Orientation. With the recent development of autonomous platforms, this traditional field of photogrammetry and geodesy integrates with robotics, computer vision and system control.

The organizers are setting the conditions for a practical, informative and informal three-day meeting in a relaxed atmosphere, and expect to attract real experts with hands-on experience in the field. The presented full papers will be published in ISPRS archives.

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Event Reports

Report on Innsbruck Summer School of Alpine Research      

Report on Innsbruck Summer School of Alpine Research
Close Range Sensing of Mountain Areas

Obergurgl, Ötztal, Austria
July 2015

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Report on ISPRS Summer School      

Report on ISPRS Summer School on
• Online Sharing of Geospatial Data, Algorithm & Model;
• Open Source GIS and
• Research and Teaching Methodologies for Master and PhD students.

Dehradun, India
6-10 July 2015

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Report on 55th Photogrammetric Week (PhoWo)      

Report on 55th Photogrammetric Week (PhoWo)
Excellence in Photogrammetry, Computer Science and Geoinformatics

Stuttgart, Germany
7-11 September, 2015
by John Trinder, UNSW, Australia

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ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information — Open Access Journal      

Maurice Carbonnell, Ingénieur général géographe
(1923 – 2015)


ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing

ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing      

New publications in the ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Volume 107 (September 2015)
Multitemporal remote sensing data analysis


Theme Issue “Multitemporal remote sensing data analysis”
Clément Mallet, Nesrine Chehata, Grégoire Mercie
Pages: 1-2

Change Detection

A three-component method for timely detection of land cover changes using polarimetric SAR images
Zhixin Qi, Anthony Gar-On Yeh, Xia Li, Xiaohu Zhang
Pages: 3-21

Multilayer Markov Random Field models for change detection in optical remote sensing images
Csaba Benedek, Maha Shadaydeh, Zoltan Kato, Tamás Szirányi, Josiane Zerubia
Pages: 22-37

Street environment change detection from mobile laser scanning point clouds
Wen Xiao, Bruno Vallet, Mathieu Brédif, Nicolas Paparoditis
Pages: 38-49

Spectral alignment of multi-temporal cross-sensor images with automated kernel canonical correlation analysis
Michele Volpi, Gustau Camps-Valls, Devis Tuia
Pages: 50-63

Change detection matrix for multitemporal filtering and change analysis of SAR and PolSAR image time series
Thu Trang Lê, Abdourrahmane M. Atto, Emmanuel Trouvé, Akhmad Solikhin, Virginie Pinel
Pages: 64-76

Land-cover mapping

A spatial–temporal contextual Markovian kernel method for multi-temporal land cover mapping
Adam Wehmann, Desheng Liu
Pages: 77-89

TerraSAR-X dual-pol time-series for mapping of wetland vegetation
Julie Betbeder, Sébastien Rapinel, Samuel Corgne, Eric Pottier, Laurence Hubert-Moy
Pages: 90-98

Understanding angular effects in VHR imagery and their significance for urban land-cover model portability: A study of two multi-angle in-track image sequences
Giona Matasci, Nathan Longbotham, Fabio Pacifici, Mikhail Kanevski, Devis Tuia
Pages: 99-111

Multi-sensor monitoring

Monitoring forest cover loss using multiple data streams, a case study of a tropical dry forest in Bolivia
Loïc Paul Dutrieux, Jan Verbesselt, Lammert Kooistra, Martin Herold
Pages: 112-125

Ground subsidence in Tucson, Arizona, monitored by time-series analysis using multi-sensor InSAR datasets from 1993 to 2011
Jin-Woo Kim, Zhong Lu, Yuanyuan Jia, C.K. Shum
Pages: 126-141


New publications in the ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Volume 108 (October 2015)

Fusion of waveform LiDAR data and hyperspectral imagery for land cover classification
Hongzhou Wang, Craig Glennie
Pages: 1-11

Investigating the robustness of the new Landsat-8 Operational Land Imager derived texture metrics in estimating plantation forest aboveground biomass in resource constrained areas
Timothy Dube, Onisimo Mutanga
Pages: 12-32

Leveraging in-scene spectra for vegetation species discrimination with MESMA-MDA
Brian D. Bue, David R. Thompson, R. Glenn Sellar, Erika V. Podest, Michael L. Eastwood, Mark C. Helmlinger, Ian B. McCubbin, John D. Morgan
Pages: 33-48

Stochastic geometrical model and Monte Carlo optimization methods for building reconstruction from InSAR data
Yue Zhang, Xian Sun, Antje Thiele, Stefan Hinz
Pages: 49-61

Distinctive Order Based Self-Similarity descriptor for multi-sensor remote sensing image matching
Amin Sedaghat, Hamid Ebadi
Pages: 62-71

Improved wide-angle, fisheye and omnidirectional camera calibration
Steffen Urban, Jens Leitloff, Stefan Hinz
Pages: 72-79

Mapping invasive species and spectral mixture relationships with neotropical woody formations in southeastern Brazil
Cibele H. Amaral, Dar A. Roberts, Teodoro I.R. Almeida, Carlos R. Souza Filho
Pages: 80-93

Orientation-selective building detection in aerial images
Andrea Manno-Kovacs, Tamas Sziranyi
Pages: 94-112

Tapping into the Hexagon spy imagery database: A new automated pipeline for geomorphic change detection
Joshua Maurer, Summer Rupper
Pages: 113-127

Road networks as collections of minimum cost paths
Jan Dirk Wegner, Javier Alexander Montoya-Zegarra, Konrad Schindler
Pages: 128-137

Maximum margin metric learning based target detection for hyperspectral images
Yanni Dong, Liangpei Zhang, Lefei Zhang, Bo Du
Pages: 138-150

Sensitivity analysis of vegetation indices to drought over two tallgrass prairie sites
Rajen Bajgain, Xiangming Xiao, Pradeep Wagle, Jeffrey Basara, Yuting Zhou
Pages: 151-160

Diameter distribution estimation with laser scanning based multisource single tree inventory
Ville Kankare, Xinlian Liang, Mikko Vastaranta, Xiaowei Yu, Markus Holopainen, Juha Hyyppä
Pages: 161-171

Comparison of positioning accuracy of a rigorous sensor model and two rational function models for weak stereo geometry
Jaehoon Jeong, Taejung Kim
Pages: 172-182

A revised terrain correction method for forest canopy height estimation using ICESat/GLAS data
Sheng Nie, Cheng Wang, Hongcheng Zeng, Xiaohuan Xi, Shaobo Xia
Pages: 183-190

Decision fusion and non-parametric classifiers for land use mapping using multi-temporal RapidEye data
Fabian Löw, Christopher Conrad, Ulrich Michel
Pages: 191-204

Advantage of hyperspectral EO-1 Hyperion over multispectral IKONOS, GeoEye-1, WorldView-2, Landsat ETM+, and MODIS vegetation indices in crop biomass estimation
Michael Marshall, Prasad Thenkabail
Pages: 205-218

An efficient approach to 3D single tree-crown delineation in LiDAR data
Domen Mongus, Borut Žalik
Pages: 219-233

Quantifying mangrove chlorophyll from high spatial resolution imagery
Muditha K. Heenkenda, Karen E. Joyce, Stefan W. Maier, Sytze de Bruin
Pages: 234-244

Generating 3D hyperspectral information with lightweight UAV snapshot cameras for vegetation monitoring: From camera calibration to quality assurance
Helge Aasen, Andreas Burkart, Andreas Bolten, Georg Bareth
Pages: 245-259

Experimental Sentinel-2 LAI estimation using parametric, non-parametric and physical retrieval methods – A comparison
Jochem Verrelst, Juan Pablo Rivera, Frank Veroustraete, Jordi Muñoz-Marí, Jan G.P.W. Clevers, Gustau Camps-Valls, José Moreno
Pages: 260-272

Optical remote sensing and the retrieval of terrestrial vegetation bio-geophysical properties – A review
Jochem Verrelst, Gustau Camps-Valls, Jordi Muñoz-Marí, Juan Pablo Rivera, Frank Veroustraete, Jan G.P.W. Clevers, José Moreno
Pages: 273-290



ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information — Open Access Journal

ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information — Open Access Journal      

New publications in the ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information
Open Access Journal
Volume 4, Issue 3 (September 2015), Pages 1025-1773

MAARGHA: A Prototype System for Road Condition and Surface Type Estimation by Fusing Multi-Sensor Data
Rajamohan, Deepak, Gannu, Bhavana, Rajan, Krishnan Sundara
Pages: 1225-1245

A Progressive Buffering Method for Road Map Update Using OpenStreetMap Data
Liu, Changyong, Xiong, Lian, Hu, Xiangyun, Shan, Jie
Pages: 1246-1264

Application of Geo-Information Techniques in Land Use and Land Cover Change Analysis in a Peri-Urban District of Ghana
Appiah, Divine Odame, Schröder, Dietrich, Forkuo, Eric Kwabena, Bugri, John Tiah
Pages: 1265-1289

Enhancing Disaster Management: Development of a Spatial Database of Day Care Centers in the USA
Singh, Nagendra, Tuttle, Mark, Bhaduri, Budhendra
Pages: 1290-1300

Tracking 3D Moving Objects Based on GPS/IMU Navigation Solution, Laser Scanner Point Cloud and GIS Data
Hosseinyalamdary, Siavash, Balazadegan, Yashar, Toth, Charles
Pages: 1301-1316

GPS-Aided Video Tracking
Feuerhake, Udo, Brenner, Claus, Sester, Monika
Pages: 1317-1335

Large Scale Landform Mapping Using Lidar DEM
Gökgöz, Türkay, Baker, Moustafa Khalil M.
Pages: 1336-1345

Q-SOS – A Sensor Observation Service for Accessing Quality Descriptions of Environmental Data
Devaraju, Anusuriya, Jirka, Simon, Kunkel, Ralf, Sorg, Juergen
Pages: 1346-1365

An Investigation into the Completeness of, and the Updates to, OpenStreetMap Data in a Heterogeneous Area in Brazil
Camboim, Silvana Philippi, Bravo, João Vitor Meza, Sluter, Claudia Robbi
Pages: 1366-1388

A Volunteered Geographic Information Framework to Enable Bottom-Up Disaster Management Platforms
Poorazizi, Mohammad Ebrahim, Hunter, Andrew J.S., Steiniger, Stefan
Pages: 1389-1422

Comparative Analysis on Two Schemes for Synthesizing the High Temporal Landsat-like NDVI Dataset Based on the STARFM Algorithm
Li, Ainong, Zhang, Wei, Lei, Guangbin, Bian, Jinhu
Pages: 1423-1441

Integrating Legal and Physical Dimensions of Urban Environments
Aien, Ali, Rajabifard, Abbas, Kalantari, Mohsen, Shojaei, Davood
Pages: 1442-1479

Point Cluster Analysis Using a 3D Voronoi Diagram with Applications in Point Cloud Segmentation
Ying, Shen, Xu, Guang, Li, Chengpeng, Mao, Zhengyuan
Pages: 1480-1499

Historical Urban Land Use Transformation in Virtual Geo-Library
Ramdani, Fatwa, Putra, Alfian Pratama, Utomo, Bayu Nursito
Pages: 1500-1511

Investigation of Travel and Activity Patterns Using Location-based Social Network Data: A Case Study of Active Mobile Social Media Users
Sun, Yeran, Li, Ming
Pages: 1512-1529

A Geoweb-Based Tagging System for Borderlands Data Acquisition
Xing, Hanfa, Chen, Jun, Zhou, Xiaoguang
Pages: 1530-1548

Geographic Situational Awareness: Mining Tweets for Disaster Preparedness, Emergency Response, Impact, and Recovery
Huang, Qunying, Xiao, Yu
Pages: 1549-1568

Space for Climate
Mathieu, Pierre-Philippe
Pages: 1569-1583

Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Spatial Accessibility to Primary Health Care in Bhutan
Jamtsho, Sonam, Corner, Robert, Dewan, Ashraf
Pages: 1584-1604

Movement Pattern Analysis Based on Sequence Signatures
Chavoshi, Seyed Hossein, De Baets, Bernard, Neutens, Tijs, Delafontaine, Matthias, De Tré, Guy, de Weghe, Nico Van
Pages: 1605-1626

Walk This Way: Improving Pedestrian Agent-Based Models through Scene Activity Analysis
Crooks, Andrew, Croitoru, Arie, Lu, Xu, Wise, Sarah, Irvine, John M., Stefanidis, Anthony
Pages: 1627-1656

Quality Evaluation of VGI Using Authoritative Data – A Comparison with Land Use Data in Southern Germany
Dorn, Helen, Törnros, Tobias, Zipf, Alexander
Pages: 1657-1671

Towards Measuring and Visualizing Sustainable National Power – A Case Study of China and Neighboring Countries
Liao, Hua, Dong, Weihua, Liu, Huiping, Ge, Yuejing
Pages: 1672-1692

OGC Consensus: How Successful Standards Are Made
Reed, Carl, Buehler, Kurt, McKee, Lance
Pages: 1693-1706

Dynamically Integrating OSM Data into a Borderland Database
Zhou, Xiaoguang, Zeng, Lu, Jiang, Yu, Zhou, Kaixuan, Zhao, Yijiang
Pages: 1707-1728

Rethinking Engagement: Innovations in How Humanitarians Explore Geoinformation
Suarez, Pablo
Pages: 1729-1749

Land Cover Mapping Analysis and Urban Growth Modelling Using Remote Sensing Techniques in Greater Cairo Region – Egypt
Megahed, Yasmine, Cabral, Pedro, Silva, Joel, Caetano, Mário
Pages: 1750-1769

Spatial Analysis as a Transformative Technology for Decision-Making in Environmental Domains
See, Linda
Pages: 1770-1773



New Events

26-30 Oct 2015
GRSS Young Professionals and ISPRS Summer School
Curitiba - PR, Brasil

09-13 Nov 2015
2nd Symposium of the Committee on Space Research (COSPAR): Water and Life in the Universe
Foz do Iguacu, Brazil

11-13 Nov 2015
International Conference on Applied Science
"Geodesy, Cartography, Geoinformatics and Cadastre. From idea to application"
Saint Petersburg, Russia

01-02 Dec 2015
International Workshop on Geoinformatics, Capacity Building and E-Learning
Pokhara, Nepal

05-06 Dec 2015
ISPRS Joint Workshop on "Mobility and Land Cover Change Mapping"
Changsha, Hunan, China

18 Dec 2015
MSF 2015
IEEE/ISPRS 3rd Joint Workshop on Multi-Sensor Fusion for Dynamic Scene Understanding
Santiago, Chile

17-20 Jan 2016
1st International Remote Sensing Conference
Saudi Arabia
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

18-20 Jan 2016
DGI 2016
Defence Geospatial Intelligence Conference
London, UK

27-28 Jan 2016
SkyTech 2016
London, UK

16-18 Mar 2016
GIS Ostrava 2016
Rise of the Big Spatial Data
Ostrava, Czech Republic

29 Mar 2016
LARS 2016
Latin American Remote Sensing Week
Santiago of Chile, Chile

28-29 Apr 2016
2nd International Conference on
Geographical Information Systems Theory,
Applications and Management
Rome, Italy

30 Jul - 07 Aug 2016
41st Scientific Assembly of the Committee on Space Research (COSPAR) and Associated Events
Istanbul, Turkey

14-16 Sep 2016
Solutions & Synergies
Twente, The Netherlands

22-23 Sep 2016
Virtual Geoscience Conference 2016
Bergen, Norway

04-07 Sep 2017
UAV-g 2017
International Conference on
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in Geomatics
website not yet available
Bonn, Germany

11-15 Sep 2017
56th Photogrammetric Week 2017
Stuttgart, Germany

» See more


Updated Events

20-22 Apr 2016
Interexpo GEO-Siberia- 2016
International exhibition and scientific forum
Novosibirsk, Russia

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Job Opportunities

15-Sep-2015 Assistant/Associate/Professor of Geography WATER CLUSTER - Watershed Hydrology
The University of Cincinnati, USA
Deadline: 15-Oct-2015
8-Oct-2015 R&D Engineer: Satellite Image Processing and Remote Sensing
Digital Map Data Department, SIRADEL, Saint-Grégoire (Rennes), France
8-Oct-2015 Assistant Professor, Data Analytics and Geodetic Engineering
Department of Civil, Environmental and Geodetic Engineering,The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, USA
Deadline: 15-Dec-2015
14-Oct-2015 PhD position Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for cadastral mapping
The Faculty of Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation (ITC) of the University of Twente, The Netherlands
Deadline: 5-Nov-2015
14-Oct-2015 PhD position Automated feature extraction for cadastral boundary definition
The Faculty of Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation (ITC) of the University of Twente, The Netherlands
Deadline: 5-Nov-2015

» See more


New Publications in the ISPRS Archives & Annals

Archives 2015
25th International CIPA Symposium 2015
31 Aug - 4 Sep
Taipei, Taiwan
Archives 2015
30 Aug - 2 Sep
Toronto, Canada
Archives 2015
ISPRS Geospatial Week 2015
28 Sep–03 Oct 2015
La Grande Motte, France
Annals 2015
25th International CIPA Symposium 2015
31 Aug - 4 Sep
Taipei, Taiwan
Annals 2015
30 Aug - 2 Sep
Toronto, Canada
Annals 2015
ISPRS Geospatial Week 2015
28 Sep–03 Oct 2015
La Grande Motte, France

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