EUROSDR/ISPRS WORKSHOP ON 'OBLIQUE CAMERAS AND DENSE IMAGE MATCHING' 19 - 20 October 2015 (Southampton - UK
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EUROSDR/ISPRS WORKSHOP ON 'OBLIQUE CAMERAS AND DENSE IMAGE MATCHING'
19 - 20 October 2015 (Southampton - UK)
Fabio Remondino, FBK Trento, Italy
Norbert Haala, University of Stuttgart, Germany
Norbert Pfeifer, TU Wien, Austria
Malcolm Havercroft, Ordnance Survey, UK
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) consider changing their production pipelines while photogrammetric companies consider upgrading their airborne cameras to multi-view systems. These developments and considerations motivated the launch of two EuroSDR / ISPRS benchmarks:
1) "Multi-platform photogrammetry" which aims to assess the accuracy and reliability of current methods for calibration and orientation of images acquired by different platforms (oblique cameras, UAV, terrestrial) as well as their integration for image matching and dense point cloud generation http://www2.isprs.org/commissions/comm1/icwg15b/benchmark_main.html
Following these activities, the EuroSDR / ISPRS workshop onOblique Cameras & Dense Image Matching will bring together experts and users of these technologies and solutions to discuss the latest developments and present the latest results.
Presentations will come from industry, academia, and NMCAs.
Confirmed speakers are:
Yuri Raizman (VisionMap): "A3 Edge for oblique and dense DSM – practical case study"
Lennart Flem (Blom): "Experiences with techniques for 3D modelling from oblique imagery in Blom"
Mathias Rothermel (nFrames): "Oblique image processing in SURE: first experiments and results"
Philipp Grimm (IGI): "From 2.5 D to 3D: surface reconstruction from oblique images with IGImatch"
Antonio Magariños & Julia Talaya (ICGC Spain): "First experiences on the use of an oblique camera at ICGC"
Görres Grenzdörffer (Rostock University, Germany): "Development and tests of the "Four Vision" oblique camera system for Micro-UAS"
David Holland (Ordnance Survey, UK): "Ordnance Survey's experience in creating dense point clouds and 3D building models from oblique imagery"
Ruediger Wagner (Leica / Hexagon): "Oblique sensors, workflows and information - a practical perspective"
Hans Joachim Benfer (Aerowest): TBD
Michael Gruber (Vexcel / Microsoft): TBD
Markus Gerke (Twente University / ITC, The Netherlands): TBD
Andy McGill (Ordnance Survey, Ireland): "LOD 2 from vertical & oblique imagery"
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 September 21st, 2015 to Fabio Remondino - email@example.com - if you are willing to give a presentation.
In the evening of October 19th, the first workshop's day, participants will be invited to a social dinner. We gratefully acknowledge the sponsorship of Leica Hexagon for this event.