International training course on Geo-Information Extraction with Laser Scanning
2-6 November 2015 at Space Krenovation Park, Sriracha, Chonburi, Thailand
Airborne, terrestrial and mobile laser scanning are modern technologies to acquire and monitor the geometry of the Earth’s surface and objects above the surface like buildings, trees and road infrastructure. This course provides an overview on the state of the art of these techniques, potential applications as well as methods to extract geo-information from the recorded point clouds.
This course provide:
- Introduction: principles of airborne, terrestrial and mobile laser scanning, properties, accuracy potential, comparison to other data acquisition techniques, overview on various applications.
- General processing of point clouds: visualisation, segmentation of point clouds, error sources and correction methods, quality analysis. Digital terrain models: extraction of terrain points and break lines.
- Detection and modelling: 3D building reconstruction, extraction of vegetation characteristics, change detection with multi-temporal and single epoch data for map updating, land slide analysis, and mobile mapping for road inventory.
This course will build capacity in laser scanning technology, image processing, and its applications as well as strengthen international, in particular regional cooperation.
- Geo-Informatics and Space Technology Development Agency (Public Organization): GISTDA, Ministry of Science and Technology
- ITC – Faculty of Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation of the University of Twente, The Netherlands
Prof. George Vosselman is the lecturer of this course. He is a well-known expert in photogrammetry, remote sensing, and laser scanning. He is head of the Department of Earth Observation Science. His research focuses on the utilisation of advancements in sensor technology for the efficient production of large scale geo-information. He published over 120 journal and conference papers on photogrammetry and laser scanning. His fields of expertise include quality analysis of laser altimetry data, strip adjustment, segmentation and classification of point clouds, 3D building and road modelling from both point clouds and imagery, and model driven analysis of aerial and industrial
For more detail: http://www.itc.nl/resumes/vosselman