The International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ISPRS) Book Series comprises significant scientific publications in photogrammetry and remote sensing, and related disciplines. Each volume in the series is prepared independently and focuses on a topical theme. Volumes are published on an occasional basis, according to the emergence of noteworthy scientific developments. The material included within each volume is peer-reviewed rigorously, ensuring strong scientific standards.
Planetary Remote Sensing and Mapping
Advances in Spatio-Temporal Analysis
Advances in Geo-Spatial Information Science
Advances in Mobile Mapping Technology
Next Generation Geospatial Information From Digital Image Analysis to Spatiotemporal Databases
Post-Launch Calibration of Satellite Sensors Proceedings of the International Workshop on Radiometric and Geometric Calibration, December 2003, Mississippi, USA.
By Belén Riveiro, Roderik Lindenbergh
November 06, 2019
This book provides an overview on the evolution of laser scanning technology and its noticeable impact in the structural engineering domain. It provides an up-to-date synthesis of the state-of-the-art of the technology for the reverse engineering of built constructions, including terrestrial, ...
By Bo Wu, Kaichang Di, Jürgen Oberst, Irina Karachevtseva
November 05, 2018
The early 21st century marks a new era in space exploration. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) of the United States, The European Space Agency (ESA), as well as space agencies of Japan, China, India, and other countries have sent their probes to the Moon, Mars, and other ...
By Xinming Tang, Yaolin Liu, Jixian Zhang, Wolfgang Kainz
August 09, 2018
Developments in Geographic Information Technology have raised the expectations of users. A static map is no longer enough; there is now demand for a dynamic representation. Time is of great importance when operating on real world geographical phenomena, especially when these are dynamic. ...
By Christopher Gold
July 14, 2016
Many disciplines are concerned with manipulating geometric (or spatial) objects in the computer – such as geology, cartography, computer aided design (CAD), etc. – and each of these have developed their own data structures and techniques, often independently. Nevertheless, in many cases the object ...
By Songnian Li, Suzana Dragicevic, Bert Veenendaal
June 07, 2017
Advances in Web-based GIS, Mapping Services and Applications is published as part of ISPRS WG IV/5 effort, and aims at presenting (1) Recent technological advancements, e.g., new developments under Web 2.0, map mashups, neogeography and the like; (2) Balanced theoretical discussions and technical ...
By Stanley A. Morain, Amelia M. Budge
October 01, 2012
Satellite imagery and data are widely used in public health surveillance to provide early warning of disease outbreaks and for averting pandemics. Convergence of these technologies began in the 1970s and has gained wide acceptance in the 21st Century. Environmental Tracking for Public Health ...
By Wenzhong Shi, Michael Goodchild, Brian Lees, Yee Leung
June 12, 2012
Advances in Geo-Spatial Information Science presents recent advances regarding fundamental issues of geo-spatial information science (space and time, spatial analysis, uncertainty modeling and geo-visualization), and new scientific and technological research initiatives for geo-spatial information ...
By Zhilin Li, Jun Chen, Emmanuel Baltsavias
July 01, 2008
Published on the occasion of the XXIst Congress of the International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ISPRS) in Beiijng, China in 2008, Advances in Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences: 2008 ISPRS Congress Book is a compilation of 34 contributions from 62 ...
By C. Vincent Tao, Jonathan Li
February 02, 2007
The growing market penetration of Internet mapping, satellite imaging and personal navigation has opened up great research and business opportunities to geospatial communities. Multi-platform and multi-sensor integrated mapping technology has clearly established a trend towards fast geospatial data...
By Peggy Agouris, Arie Croituru
July 15, 2005
With the turn of the century our ability to collect and store geospatial information has increased considerably. This has resulted in ever-increasing amounts of heterogeneous geospatial data, an issue that poses new challenges and opportunities. As these rich sources of data are made available, ...
By Stanley A. Morain, Amelia M. Budge
July 15, 2004
Increasingly, in the field of earth observation imagery, there is a need for image quality to be assessable in traceable Standard International Units (SIU), and for the standardization of common mapping projections. These two needs, plus the increased usage of combinations of data and image types, ...
By Zhilin Li, Q. Zhou, W. Kainz
January 01, 2003
While traditional apsects of GIS have been growing rapidly in recent years, new developments have focused on the geographic information service and delivery, which will realise the benefits of spatial information to the community. The analysis and application of spatial information for ...