ISPRS WG IV/2 Workshop 2011 - Germany
High Resolution Earth Imaging for Geospatial Information
Earth imaging from air and space has undergone major changes over the last years. Examples of new and significant developments comprise a growing use of digital aerial cameras, an increasing number of high-resolution and hyperspectral satellite sensors, of laser scanning and SAR/InSAR. Calibration issues are important for every sensor. Today, all these data are used for the production of geospatial information. At the same time, updating existing geospatial databases has gained more importance, and automation has had a significant impact on the processing chain.
These developments form the background for the ISPRS Hannover Workshop, High-Resolution Earth Imaging for Geospatial Information 2011. This meeting is a follow-up workshop of those held in Hannover in previous years.
|Event starts:||Tuesday 14 June 2011|
|Event ends:||Friday 17 June 2011|
|City where event takes place:||Hannover|
|Country where event takes place:||Germany|
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