ISPRS is a leading organization in remote sensing, photogrammetry and spatial information sciences - very high-resolution satellite imagery, terrain based imaging and participatory sensing, inexpensive platforms, and advanced information and communications technologies.
Every 4 years the Congress welcomes participants from all over the world. This gathering strengthens relations among the researchers, professionals and representatives of governmental and non-governmental organization thus enhancing the co-operation within the field. ISPRS welcomes all papers bringing new results, achievements, methods and theory to help to shift the present level of knowledge.
All interested organizations are welcome to participate at the Congress as exhibitors. Profit from the opportunity to present your products and services to the leaders in the field.
The program structure is split into several session types: Technical Sessions, Theme Sessions, Special sessions, Plenary Meetings, Exhibitor’s Showcase Sessions and Commercial Sessions.
You can visit more than 1500 presentation including 600 of interactive presentations with posters. During the Congress Exhibition you can visit stands of more than 80 exhibiting leading organization of the field.
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Welcome at the official Congress website. Paper submission is open. Various submission options are possible. Choose from more than 100 submission groups including Technical & Theme sessions, Special Session, Youth Forum, Space Agency Forum, National Mapping and Cadastral Agency Forum and more.
Congress exhibition will take place at foyer of the PCC. Located next to coffee break area exhibitors will be always close to participants. See floor plans and choose best area by sending F1 form.
Have a look at detailed floor plans and choose the best spot now! Would you like to know who are the other exhibitors? See the list of reserved stands.
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Enjoy the Congress and fabulous venue city, Prague.
The Congress is divided into multiple sessions of various types. To actively participate (as a presenter) you must submit a contribution to the one of the following sessions:
The Scientific Program of the Congress will offer a wide range of topics, which are incorporated in the present orientations of the ISPRS Technical Commissions and all their Working Groups.
Theme Sessions will present bridging themes between/among WGs.
ISPRS cooperates with other organizations and they organize together so called Special Sessions (SpS). These sessions will enhance a range of potential applications of our knowledge and will spread our achievements to the member of our sister organizations.
On Sunday 17 July, there will be oral and interactive sessions organized by ISPRS Student Consortium. The students who are currently working on their graduate, master and PhD. studies are welcome to attend.
All registrants at the ISPRS Congress may nominate a software system or a data set for the contest. In principle, all tutorials, software or data sets nominated for CATCON contest should be non-commercial and should be provided to users without license charges for not-for-profit use.
ISPRS together with United Nations Initiation on Global Geospatial Information Management (UN-GGIM) will organize the first ISPRS â€” UN-GGIM National Mapping and Cadastral Agency Forum. One of the strategy goals of ISPRS is to provide a better forum for National Mapping and Cadastral Agencies to discuss their scientific and technical issues in mapping.
ISPRS together with the International Academy of Astronautics will organize the first ISPRS-IAA Space Agency Forum. The Forum provides an ideal platform for Space Agencies for mutual discussions with one of the main community of users of space imagery and scientific community that supports it.
ISPRS encourages companies to organize Exhibitorâ€™s Showcase Sessions and Commercial Sessions to present the latest development of their societies to the ISPRS Congress participants.
Half-day or one-day tutorials will take place before the Congress (11 and 12 July). These tutorials are prepared for Congress participants to bring their knowledge up to date or to be introduced to new developments.
Summer school before the Congress will focus among other topics mainly on: LIDAR Measurements and Free softrware for GIS and remote sensing. All Summer school participants must have an accepted paper at the Congress.
The Congress offers social activities every evening such as Welcome Reception, Exhibitorsâ€™ Reception, Congress Dinner and more.
For young scientist special social program will be prepared like Young Scientists Ice-Breaker Party, Soccer match and more.
Various optional and technical tours will be offered.
The main purpose of the Student Consortium is to link students, young researches and professionals in different countries and provide a platform for exchange of information, to organize student specific events and other actions that integrate youth effectively into ISPRS.
Youth activities will start with Summer school before the Congress, followed by Youth Forum during the Congress. â€śYouth Forumâ€ť Best posters and papers will be awarded during the General Assembly. To strengthen the interaction among young scientists special social program for young scientists will be organized.More info
ISPRS recognizes individual accomplishments through the sponsorship of awards and honors which are granted at each quadrennial Congress. Nominations for deserving candidates for awards are welcome and may be made by individuals or organizations in due time.More info