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Forum track 2022

A specific track will address the interactions between science, public organizations, industry and decision-makers on hot topics of the geospatial community. Six fora are scheduled during the Congress. Each forum will be a discussion meeting at the interface between science and society on topics for which the photogrammetry and remote sensing community (ISPRS) can inspire political and industrial decision making. The forum is not the main place to present scientific innovations (which is the scope of the technical sessions organized by the ISPRS commissions) but it is the good place to address the impact of innovations and the role our community could play in this changing context for « building a better future together » by providing collective visions and/or roadmaps. Global mapping and resource or climate change monitoring, smart cities, autonomous navigation, digital globes and geo-platforms, spatial data infrastructures, open science/source/data, cultural heritage etc. will be the subject of intense and inspiring presentations and panel discussions mixing experts from various levels and communities. Each forum will lead to a written synthesis of the views and recommendations of the ISPRS community concerning the respective topics. The output documents will be collected and organized by the International Policy Advisory Committee (IPAC) to help ISPRS to fully play its role as a scientific society in a complex world by providing roadmaps for the next term.


Earth observation for disaster management and climate change adaptation

Chair : Aurélie Sand (CNES France), Hélène de Boissezon (CNES France)

Joint EuroSDR / ISPRS forum on National Mapping and Cadastral Agencies and Space Agencies

Chairs : Gunter Schreier (DLR Germany/ ISPRS IPAC), Jon Mills (Univ. Newcastle UK / EuroSDR), Andre Streilein (Swisstopo Switzerland)

Smart cities
Chairs: Sisi Zlatanova (UNSW Australia), Vincent Tourre (Centrale Nantes / IRSTV France)

Openness and Innovation in Geomatics and Earth Observation
Chairs: Maria Antonia Brovelli (POLIMI Italy), Serena Coetzee (Univ. Pretoria South Africa)

Geospatial Information-enabled SDGs Monitoring
Chairs : Chen Jun (NGCC China), Jean-François Faure (IRD France)

3D cultural heritage ISPRS-ICOMOS forum coordinated by CIPA
Chairs : Andreas Georgopoulos (National Tech. Univ. Athens Greece), Minna Angelina Silver (Univ. Oulu Finland)