The workshop will focus on new and improved methods, techniques, and applications of (electro-optical) sensors on airborne and space-borne platforms. A pprevious issue of this workshop have been held at Auckland, New Zealand (2015). This second issue is being held at Wuhan, China.
The aim of this workshop is to bring together engineers and scientists from academia, industry and government to exchange results and ideas for future applications of electro-optical remote sensing.
The workshop is supported by ISPRS and DGPF.
Topics include, but not limited, to:
Other important points for sensor and platform description are calibration standards, testing standards and image quality assurance procedures.
Advances in the miniaturisation, performance and low cost sensors, has allowed researchers access to camera technology for wide-ranging applications.
Developments in sensor fusion and the proliferation of platforms offers researchers opportunities to extend the range of devices available. However, there is still a need to provide quality assurance of sensors, such as calibration, to minimise artefacts and bias in the data received and facilitate high-quality processing.
Bin Luo, Wuhan University, China
Andreas Brunn, Black Bridge AG, Germany
Byron, Smiley, Skybox, USA
Andreas Eckardt, DLR, Berlin, Germany
Clive Fraser, University of Melbourne, Australia
Norbert Haala, University of Stuttgart, Germany
Heinz-Wilhelm Hübers, DLR, Berlin, Germany
Uwe Knauer, Fraunhofer IFF, Germany
Stephan Nebiker, FHNW Muttenz, Switzerland
Peter Reinartz, DLR, Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany
Tom Segert, Berlin Space Technology, Berlin, Germany
Mark R. Shortis, RMIT Melbourne, Australia