The Workshop is organized into two days. The first is dedicated to the issues and problems of Geomatics in light of the organizational and evolutionary context of the international reality, with particular regard to the university situation, the effects of the reforms, the possibilities of action to improve future scenarios of research and education. Interventions are planned by representatives of institutions and scientific and cultural organizations. The second day focuses on the many aspects (theoretical and practical) of Geomatics research.
We are pleased to invite you to submit an abstract in English of the work you intend to present in the second day of the workshop. In case of its acceptance, you will be asked to send a full paper to the conference (max 6 pages). The Scientific Committee reserves the right to accept and allocate the works to the oral or poster presentation. The authors of the works accepted and presented to the workshop, both in oral and poster mode, will be able to submit the extended paper to a review process for publication in a special issue of the scientific journal "Applied Geomatics”. According to the Italian official documents, the disciplined scientific contents concern the acquisition, return, analysis and management of metric or thematic data relating to the surface of the Earth, or portions of it, including the urban environment, infrastructures and architectural heritage, identified by their spatial location and qualified by detection accuracy.
Vladimiro Achilli, Fernando J. Aguilar Torres, Maurizio Barbarella, Giovanni Battista Benciolini, Barbara Betti, Gabriele Bitelli, Alessandro Capra, Mauro Caprioli, Mattia Crespi, Fabio Crosilla, Naser El-Sheimy, Vassilis Gikas, Ayman Habib, Allison Kealy, Eva Malinverni, Ambrogio Manzino, Claudio Parente, Fabio Radicioni, Fabio Remondino, Günther Retscher, Fernando Sansò, Charles Toth, Salvatore Troisi, Antonio Vettore.
Thursday 10 October 2019 9:30 – Registration 10:00 – Opening Ceremony: welcome address 11:15 – Coffee break 11:45 – Communications 13:00-14:00: Light lunch 14:00-17:30 – Round table Friday 11 October 2019 9:00 – Registration and welcome 9:30 – Keynote speakers: - Prof. Fernando J. Aguilar Torres, Universidad de Almeria (Spain) - Prof. Günther Retscher, Vienna University of Technology (Austria) - Prof. Charles Toth, Ohio State University (USA) 11:00 – Coffee break 11:30 – Oral presentations 13:00-14:00: Light lunch 14:00 – Oral presentations 15:30-17:30 – Poster session
Innovative positioning and navigation systems Recent developments in GNSS systems Positioning in GNSS denied environments Sensors and acquisition techniques for geospatial data collection LiDAR, Terrestrial and mobile laser scanning Photogrammetry Radar sensors Image orientation, direct, indirect georeferencing, sensor integration Structure from Motion, SLAM UAV/UAS and drones Remote sensing Multi/Hyperspectral/Thermal data processing Spaceborne sensors and data processing SAR interferometric techniques Infrastructure and environment monitoring Landuse and Landcover Assessment and Change Detection Precision Agriculture Disaster Monitoring and Management Underwater surveying Cultural Heritage applications BIM and HBIM 3D city modeling, Smart Cities Virtual/Augmented/Virtual reality Artificial Intelligence in Geomatics applications Semantic information extraction from images and point clouds, scene understanding
Naples has many accommodation options, in particular in the part of Town surrounding the railway station and the area named Centro Direzionale where the University of Naples “Parthenope” is located. The following two hotels have stipulated an agreement with our University. Holiday Inn Napoli Centro Direzionale - Isola E6, Napoli, Italia, https://holiday-inn-naples.hotel-naples.com/it/ Grand Hotel Europa Corso Meridionale, 14 80143 – Napoli https://www.grandhoteleuropa.com/