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ISPRS centenary celebration (1910-2010)

The International Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ISPRS) was founded by Prof. Eduard Dolezal on 4th of July 1910 in Vienna. To celebrate its first centenary, the LBI partner Vienna University of Technology, together with ISPRS organized various events between 1st and 7th of July (http://www.isprs100vienna.org/):

  • 1st – 3rd July: 3-Landertagung, organized by the German Society of Photogrammety, Remote Sensing and Geoinformation - DGPF, the Austrian Society of Geodesy and Geoinformation OVG, and the Swiss Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing – SGPF.
  • 4th July: ISPRS Centenary
  • 5th – 7th July: Symposium of Commission VII: “100 Years ISPRS - Advancing Remote Sensing Science”

Altogether, there were more than 400 registered participants.

The LBI for Archaeological Prospection and Virtual Archaeology was present during all of these events with a poster-stand and several presentations of PL1. Due to the high ranking score of the peer-review of the abstracts, our presentation “Analysis of full-waveform ALS data by simultaneously acquired TLS data: Towards an advanced DTM generation in wooded areas (M. Doneus, C. Briese, N. Studnicka ) was honored and moved to the plenary session on the last day of the Symposium of Commission VII.

Foto : LBI ArchPro staff Briese and Doneus at the ISPRS in Vienna