This workshop focuses on algorithms and approaches for photogrammetric 3D reconstruction in the context of geospatial applications. The workshop addresses experts from photogrammetry, remote sensing, and computer vision fields in both academia and industry. Contributions are invited from all researchers and practitioners to cover the following core topics: models and methods for image orientation, multi-source data alignment and fusion, 3D data acquisition and surface reconstruction, image sequence analysis, multi-view geometry, and structure-from-motion (SfM) for data acquired from terrestrial, drone, airborne and spaceborne platforms, as well as the geo-applications of these methods.
The workshop will be part of the ISPRS Geospatial Week 2023 hosted by the Arab Academy for Science, Technology, and Maritime Transport (AASTMT) in parallel with several related geospatial workshops.


Curtin University, Australia

DLR Germany

Themes of event:
  • Novel approaches to image orientation
  • Orientation of unconventional images such as oblique images, images from cameras with rolling shutter, RGBD images, crowd-sourced images, historical images, and thermal infrared images
  • Multimodal image matching for alignment, registration and fusion of multi-source imagery, e.g. optical and radar images
  • Geometric, algebraic and learning-based approaches to multi-view stereo and structure-from-motion (SfM)
  • Modern approaches in image orientation and bundle adjustment (BA), e.g. single-image calibration, online calibration, methods for handling ambiguous and degenerate configurations, large-scale BA, and structureless BA
  • 3D mapping and monitoring applications with focus on photogrammetric aspects, such as precision agriculture, forest inventory, structural health monitoring, traffic surveillance, disaster readiness and response, etc.


Scientific Committee:
  • Ronny Hänsch, Germany
  • Mozhdeh Shahbazi, Canada
  • Ewelina Rupnik, France
  • Petra Helmholz, Australia
  • Jianzhu Huai, China
  • Michael Schmitt, Germany
  • Dimitri Bulatov, Germany
  • Saeid Homayouni, Canada
  • David Belton, Australia
  • Ahmed Shaker, Canada
  • Gunho Sohn, Canada