Our contribution to the ISPRS Symposium in Riva del Garda is now online in the ISPRS Archives, the series of peer-reviewed proceedings published by the International Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (open access):
Mayr, A., Rutzinger, M. & Geitner, C. (2018): Multitemporal analysis of objects in 3D point clouds for landslide monitoring. The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences, Volume XLII-2, 691–697.
Last week the ISPRS Technical Commission II Symposium 2018 took place in Riva del Garda, Italy, with participants from 37 countries. Researchers, practioners and companies presented and discussed the state-of-the-art in photogrammetry, computer vision, and remote sensing.
Members of the ERODYN team contributed to the session “3D Mapping for Environmental & Infrastructure Monitoring” with a talk about the latest methodological developments in object-based landslide and erosion monitoring using terrestrial laser scanning point clouds.
… and looking forward to this summer’s field work!
The ERODYN consortium, with members from the Autonomous Province of Bozen – South Tyrol, the University of Innsbruck (Institute of Geography), EURAC research (Bozen, Institute for Earth Observation) and the University of Bozen (Faculty of Science and Technology), met for the project kickoff in Bozen. The team discussed the project objectives and the work plan for investigating shallow erosion dynamics in mountain grasslands of South Tyrol.