Workshop proceedings - available here!!!

Technical program - available here!!!

Workshop presentations & posters - available here!!!


Main Focus of the event:
bring together scientists, developers and advanced users in underwater 3D recording, and related disciplines for documentation, in underwater scenarios


Topics are limited to:
  • Underwater photogrammetry
  • Cultural heritage
  • Marine biology
  • Underwater camera calibration
  • Underwater 3D scanning
  • Underwater platforms (ROV, robots, etc.)
  • 4D underwater modelling
  • 3D bathymetry
  • Active and passive sensors integration
  • Data processing and 3D modeling
  • Reference control and accuracy assessment

Important dates:

  • Abstract submission: January 15th, 2015
  • Notification to authors: January 30th, 2015
  • Final paper submission: March 15th, 2015
Abstracts should be around 1-2 pages, possibly with figures, and should be sent in PDF format to Fabio Menna - fmenna@fbk.eu.
The accepted articles, formatted using the ISPRS template (http://www.isprs.org/documents/orangebook/app5.aspx ), will be published in the ISPRS International Archives of Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences.

Each submitted paper needs at least one paid registration fee.


Registration fees:

  • EARLY (before January 30th, 2015): 180 Eur
  • LATE (before April 9th, 2015): 210 Eur
  • ON-SITE: 250 Eur (Credit Card only)
  • Accompanying person: 60 Eur
The regural registration fee includes: partecipation at the event, proceedings, coffee breaks, lunches, social dinner and boat excursion on Saturday morning.
The fee for accompanying persons includes: coffee breaks, lunches, social dinner and boat excursion on Saturday morning.
Fee's payment portal: Eventbrite

Invited speakers:

  • Mark Shortis, RMIT University, Australia - A review of calibration, validation and 3D measurement techniques for underwater stereo-video systems
  • Pierre Drap, LSIS laboratory, CNRS France - Deep underwater surveys by photogrammetry for underwater archeology and marine biology
  • Guido Gay, Gaymarine - DAEDALUS: A solo-handled sail yacht exploring seabed beyond -1000m depth

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Supported by

  • Area Marina Protetta di Punta Campanella - Parco Marino

Sponsors:

  • Silver
  • Bronze
3D Research Prisma s.r.l. Centro Sub Campi Flegrei

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