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Updated Information available in September 2020

ISPRS organizes 14 tutorials (11 half and 3 full-day) on Sunday 4 July 2021. These Tutorials given by the best specialists in the field are prepared for the ISPRS 2020 participants to bring their knowledge at the state of the art or to be introduced to new scientific and technological advances and developments.

Tutorials are open to all ISPRS 2020 Congress participants. The number of places per tutorial is limited so please register as soon as possible.

Registrations for Tutorials are now open HERE

List of tutorials

Day 1
14 Jun 2020

#1 Deep Learning for 3D Point Clouds Analysis

This tutorial presents an overview of the recent developments in neural network architecture for the semantic segmentation of 3D point clouds. We will present the different competing paradigm making up...
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Loic Landrieu

#2 An open catalogue for geospatial educational resources

Existing geospatial educational resources (e.g. electronic textbooks, tutorials, and quizzes) are not always easy to find and to integrate into an academic module, amongst others, because the required metadata is...
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Marguerite Madden
Victoria Rautenbach
Chris Pettit
Sidonie Christophe
Arzu Çöltekin
Serena Coetzee

#3 Multi-stereo Satellite Images data processing for Digital Surface Modeling

High resolution (High-res) satellite images nowadays can observe the ground as small as a 30-cm footprint (e.g. worldview 3/4 sensors), and play an important role for wide-area 3D data generation....
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Rongjun Qin

#5 Cloud Compare short course

CloudCompare is open source software designed for high performance point cloud processing. Initially developed for comparing 3D point clouds (change/difference detection) it has, over time, become a general and well-respected...
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Daniel Girardeau-Montaut

#7 Deep Learning for Time-Series Classification

Time Series in Earth Observation (Full Day) Dynamics on the Earth’s surface are governed by continuous temporal processes that can be observed in discrete intervals by Earth observation satellites that...
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Marc Rußwurm
Marco Körner
Charlotte Pelletier

#9 Using the right kind of PS-InSAR – Different Tools for surface motion estimation with SAR

Half-Day Tutorial for students, researchers, and practitioners working or interested in the field of PS-InSAR and related techniques. It is intended for beginners, but also experienced users struggling with the...
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Timo Balz

#11 Calibration Techniques and Accuracy Considerations for Single and Multi-Camera Systems

Topic List Introduction Calibration rationale Parameter sets and photo- versus block-invariance Camera considerations Targeting issues 2D versus 3D calibration objects Free networks and outlier detection, external constraints Multi-camera v single...
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Thomas Luhmann
Stuart Robson
Mark R. Shortis

#13 Dynamic Networks: a hands-on course

Dynamics Networks (DNs) is a powerful technique for solving arbitrary sensor fusion problems, such as those arising in navigation and mapping applications. For instance, in photogrammetry, all the available sensor...
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Ismael Colomina
Jan Skaloud
Davide A. Cucci

#14 State and Trends in Airborne LiDAR

Due to the tremendous progress in Airborne LiDAR (Light Detection And Ranging), new sensors and technologies have emerged in the recent years. Beyond the constant increase of scan rates and...
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Gottfried Mandlburger

#4 Orfeo ToolBox

This workshop is addressed to beginners with Orfeo ToolBox (OTB), who want to begin to use OTB in their own remote sensing and geomatic processings. First part of the workshop...
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Yannick Tanguy

#6 Georeferencing of multi-camera mobile mapping platforms

This tutorial aims at familiarizing the audience with processing of large im- age sets acquired by multi-head mobile mapping platforms, e.g. Stereopolis [1] (cf. Figure 1). We will focus on...
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Marc Pierrot Deseilligny
Ewelina Rupnik

#8 Introduction to underwater photogrammetry

Water covers two-thirds of the earth’s surface with an average depth of more than 3500 m and a maximum depth of almost 11000 m (the Mariana Trench), far greater than...
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Dimitrios Skarlatos
Fabio Menna
Erica Nocerino

#10 The ARTMO toolbox for analyzing and processing of hyperspectral data

This tutorial will focus on the use of ARTMO’s (Automated Radiative Transfer Models Operator) radiative transfer models (RTMs), retrieval toolboxes and post-processing tools (https://artmotoolbox.com/) for the generation and interpretation of...
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Jochem Verrelst

#12 Earth Datacubes: Concepts. Standards, Services

Datacubes are emerging in Earth science as an enabling paradigm for offering massive spatio-temporal Earth data in an analysis-(and visualization-) ready way by combining individual files into single, homogenized objects,...
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Peter Baumann