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Nov 2013-ISPRS Conference on Serving Society with Geoinformation
2013-10-14 23:15:01  Author:张志超  Source:  comment:0 Hits:


Geoinformatics is the synergy of data and systems from various disciplines brought together to provide information on the state of the earth: Geographical Information System (GIS); computerized databases and applications; computer science; remote sensing; photogrammetry; graphical processing; cartography; statistics; etc. – it is describing the main interface between the real and the measured, or virtual, world. It combines geospatial analysis and modeling, the development of geospatial databases; information systems design; visualization (human-computer interaction), and communication (both wired and wireless networking technologies).

Today, many government and non government agencies have started to use spatial data for managing their daily activities. Often, those concerned are not experts in Geoinformatics so there is a need to condense expert information into something usable by the end-user. To achieve this end, it is important that advances in the technology and new developments in the applications of Geoinformatics become a part of the information management and decision making process.



Submissions are invited in, but not limited to, the following areas:

- Spatial analysis and spatial data mining
- Spatial reasoning and spatial decision support systems
- Spatial data and model quality
- Geometric analyses of IR, SAR, IFSAR and LIDAR
- Automated feature and attribute extraction techniques and methodologies from multi-sensor/resolution/spectral/temporal and hyperspectral imagery
- Object detection, recognition, identification and reconstruction
- Extraterrestrial spatial databases and spatial information systems
- Integration of spatial information systems and image analysis for GIS-driven change detection, data capture and updating
- Dynamic spatial information systems, spatial data revision and versioning
- Physical modeling and signatures in remote sensing
- Thematic data analysis (classification, change detection, etc.)
- Radar and lidar data processing and applications

CONTACT:Filiz Sunar

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