The ISPRS SC Webinar Series
Webinars are one of the commonly used ways of reaching out to a wider audience through seminars hosted over the web, providing the audience an opportunity to interact with lecturers and organizers through state-of-the-art software. The International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ISPRS) is an international organization of experts and scientists in the fields or remote sensing, photogrammetry and spatial information science. Each Technical Commission focuses on an area of expertise, with diverse members from the scientific community. The ISPRS SC, as the official representation of the youth in ISPRS, is introducing these experts and scientists within ISPRS through the Webinar Series, which was launched in 2018. The ISPRS SC has over the years has passed information to its members over the years, through the Newsletter, website and summer schools. The proposed topics in the Webinar Series will be decided by the members and will showcase the different experiences and current research of the featured lecturer from ISPRS.
Previous Webinar: Digital Animal Conservation - From Flying UAVs to Mapping with Deep Learning [21 May 2020]
Previous Webinar: Deep Learning for Photogrammetric Analysis and Remote Sensing [20 February 2020]
In today’s era of big data, deep learning techniques are becoming more vital to pursuing data intensive science. International space agencies are launching missions after missions and data are also collected using airborne and terrestrial remote sensing techniques at the regional and local levels. Exploring the potential and variety of applications from the vast quantity of remote sensing imagery calls for new tools that can automate and optimize the extraction of reliable and useful information and facilitate subsequent analyses.
About Dr. Konrad Schindler: Dr. Konrad Schindler is a professor at the Department of Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering, Institute of Geodesy and Photogrammetry in ETH Zürich. He has completed his PhD in Computer Science in Graz University of Technology, Austria in 2003. Since then, he has published numerous papers on photogrammetry, remote sensing, computer vision and image interpretation. He has received several best presentation awards in various conferences and honours from international societies, including the U.V. Helava Award from ISPRS in 2012 and the Marr Prize Honourable Mention from the IEEE Computer Society in 2013.
For more information on Dr. Schindler, read our interview in the SpeCtrum, the official Newsletter of the ISPRS SC: http://sc.isprs.org/files/sc/newsletter/isprs_sc_SpeCtrum_vol12_no2.pdf