The conference of the American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS) will occur in a virtual format this year, and the Call for Abstracts is now open, along with event registration.
The conference program will consist of a multi-day series of technical sessions, including oral presentations, “Ignite”-style talks, and invited panel discussions. Additionally, there will be 2-hour and 4-hour workshops conducted as live, instructor-led webinars, and vendor spotlights and product demos. The conference includes the APSRS Annual Business Meeting, which includes the installation of OFficers and Directors, Presidential Address and presentation of awards and scholarships.
For 2021, ASPRS is seeking presentation abstracts based on ASPRS core disciplines in the collection, management, exploitation, and analysis of geospatial sources, data, and information. Topics sought include:
- innovative approaches to acquisition of remote sensing and geospatial data
- practical applications of remote sensing and geospatial data
- remote sensing data management and processing
- decision-making based on remote sensing and geospatial data at the local, state and federal level
ASPRS are especially interested in contributions, focused on the future of imaging and geospatial information technologies, which provide a glimpse of developments on the horizon. Individuals from government agencies, private firms and universities are all encouraged to submit abstracts on these topics as they augment and challenge the geospatial future.