3D GeoInfo 2013 Istanbul
Welcome to Istanbul !This year 3DGeoInfo is coming to Istanbul.The city of history and culture -a city where civilizations and continents meet. We would like to invite you to 3DGeoInfo Conference in Istanbul…The conference forms a forum for researchers all around the globe to shape the new aspects of 3D GeoInformation Management. Experts and academics from all over to world participates in 3D GeoInfo to share their visions, explore the opportunities of collaboration and cooperation. 3DGeoInfo aims at bringing together international state-of-the-art research and facilitating the dialogue on emerging topics in the field of 3D geo-information. The conference offers an interdisciplinary forum in the fields of 3D data collection and modelling; reconstruction and methods for 3D representation; data management for maintenance of 3D geo information or 3D data analysis and visualization. We sincerely welcome you to take part of this activity in sharing with us your expertise and passion about 3D data and technologies.
We would like to thank everyone(authors/presenters) for making 3D GeoInfo 2013 a fruitful event.
Please find ISPRS Annals and ISPRS Archives published for 3D GeoInfo 2013
The whole proceedings pack can be downloaded from here.
All inquiries can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Bart de Lathouwer, OGC Europe (will replace Dr.Carl Reed).Please read Dr.Carl Reed’s message from here.
Oracle Spatial Workshop
- This workshop will cover aspects of the modeling and analysis of 3D data in a database, specifically point clouds, triangulated irregular networks (TINs), and vector geometries.
- In the workshop we will discuss size of data sets, and implications for creation, updates, and queries.
- The topics will include point cloud aggregation (across time & space) which becomes an important subject for very large data sets. Many spatially intersecting LAS files may be mosaiced into a single aggregate, or repetitive missions might result in LAS files tracking changing topography over time.
- Coloring & texturing leads to different challenges for point clouds, TINs, and vector geometries. In each case, color/texture can visually add greatly to a data set, often at limited (performance) expense.
- The workshop will also cover topics such as pyramiding (point clouds, TINs, raster) and LoD representation (vector geometries) that is particularly important for visualization, but can also be used for the generation of contour lines, cross sections, and other analytical tasks.
WG II/2 Workshop
ISPRS Working group II/2 aims to promote the development of new methodologies, algorithms and applications related to the representation of n-dimensional spatial data at multiple scales. Another focus of the group is on the development of topological and geometric data models, data structures and algorithms for automatic n-dimensional data generalization at different levels of detail and for various purposes.To this purpose, the WG organises workshops to exchange the latest developments on representation of n-dimensional spatial data at multiple scales.
Advances in Multi-scale and multi-dimensional modeling and data representation workshop subjects include:
- Topological and geometric data structures for multi-scale data handling, analysis and generalization
- Topological and geometric data structures for representing, handling and analysing n-dimensional spatial data
- Multi-scale modeling and representation of image data- Algorithms for 2D/3D/nD spatial data analysis generalization at multiple scales
- Multiple scale representation: conceptual, logical and physical data modelling and database design, model generalization
- N-dimensional representation: conceptual, logical and physical data modelling and database design – Data enrichment for context aware generalization: extraction of topological structure and semantic information
- Continuous generalization: incremental streaming of multi-scale spatial data
- Multi-scale modeling and representation of image data
- Collaboration with other communities, such as computational geometry, databases, location-based services
The website of the WG can be reached from here.