GIS.FCU Join 2018 ISRS

Group photo from Taiwan delegation of Chinese Society Of Photogrammetry & Remote Sensing.

The International Symposium on Remote Sensing (ISRS) 2018 Organizing Committee was hold at Alpensia Resort Convention Center in PyeongChang, Gangwon Province, Korea, from May 9th-11th, 2018. There are various global issues including environmental problems, disaster, national security and etc., and our society requires the earth information in an accurate and fast manner for these issues recently. Increasing number of remote sensing platforms and sensors provides more detailed information for our changing life and extends the developments of remote sensing techniques. In the beginning, remote sensing development was started to provide governments the global information for national defense and security, and now it provides various information to individuals for the convenience. Remote sensing applications can suggest timely and smart solution for sustainable development, terrestrial monitoring, environmental problem, and disaster management, and the applications are extending continually from global to nation and nation to individuals in many areas.

On behalf of GIS.FCU, director Tien-Yin Chou and colleagues Mei-Ling Yeh, Yen-Hung Chen, and Cho-Yi Lin, reported about the title of "The Utilization of UAV Imaging of Digital Surface Model and Accuracy Analysis of Urban Detention Basin." Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) equipped with a non-measurement camera. The instrument called real-time kinematic is obtain three-dimensional information of the ground control points and use Agisoft PhotoScan to build a digital surface model. After that, produced high-resolution orthophotos and surface numerical models. After the conferences, we also communicated with the hosts and other presenters and exchange emails.

In addition to technical seminars with various countries in these three days, announced the important thing is next ISRS will be hold from the Chinese Society Of Photogrammetry & Remote Sensing and scheduled in Taipei, from April 17th-19th, 2019.

On behalf of GIS.FCU, director Tien-Yin Chou and colleagues Mei-Ling Yeh, Yen-Hung Chen, and Cho-Yi Lin

Dr. Gerald Bawden from NASA introduces using the space orbit satellites to measure water resources on Earth.

UAV-I session speakers group photo. (On the left 1, the engineer Cho-Yi Lin)

The post of ISRS, 2019.