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EuroSDR/ISPRS workshop on oblique cameras and dense image matching

By [email protected] - 25th August 2015 - 10:13

Geospatial data generated automatically from images is currently experiencing a technological boost: increasing quality of digital airborne imagery, developments and availability of oblique multi-camera systems, and innovations in dense image matching algorithms. National Mapping and Cadastral Agencies (NMCAs) are considering changing their production pipelines while photogrammetric companies are considering upgrading their airborne cameras to multi-view systems. â©

The EuroSDR/ISPRS workshop on oblique cameras and dense image matching will bring together experts and users of these technologies and solutions to discuss the latest developments and present the latest results.â©

Presentations will come from industry, academia, and NMCAs. Further speakers from the R&D, NMCA and industrial communities are warmly invited to attend the event and present their results. In particular researchers using the benchmarking datasets are kindly asked to join the event and present their achievements. Please send an email before 21 September, to Fabio Remondino - [email protected] - if you are willing to give a presentation.â©

Registration is free and the event will be held on 19-20 October at the Ordnance Surveyâs headquarters, Explorer House, Southampton, UK. â©

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