September 15-16, 2016, Krakow, Poland
Organised by: University of Agriculture in Krakow, Faculty of Forestry, Institute of Forest Resources Management
- from 2D to 3D forest inventory and forest planning using digital Photogrammetry – image based stereomatching; LiDAR and Radar (ALS, TLS, MLS)
- forest change: 4D time detection of multi-temporal and multi-source information
- forest mapping technologies using very high ground resolution and hyperspectral sensors
- automation of data processing (e.g. GEOBIA, LiDAR point clouds classification)
- state-of-the-art remote sensing technologies: UAV-LiDAR and hyperspectral mapping, TLS, etc.
- multi-source RS data integration
- mapping of forest decline/degradation/disasters
- modeling application on forest biomass
- monitoring of protected forests, biodiversity, forest services.