November 18, 2015—(Bethesda, MD) — The American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS) requests abstracts for its IGTF 2016 conference program, which will be held in Fort Worth, TX, USA, April 11-15, 2016.
The ASPRS Imaging and Geospatial Technology Forum (IGTF) is the premier scientific and engineering forum in the United States (and one of the top internationally) for geospatial professionals from industry, government, and academia. ASPRS invites your participation.
In its 81st year, the annual meeting of ASPRS covers Lidar, Remote Sensing, Professional Practice, Photogrammetry, Unmanned-Autonomous Systems (UAS), Graphical Information Systems (GIS), geospatial analytics, and emerging themes, e.g. pervasive sensors, geospatial big data, and the internet of things, among others.
Submissions are requested by January 8, 2016 for:
For the complete Call for Presentation, Poster, and Workshop Abstracts, and to submit an abstract, visit http://conferences.asprs.org/Fort-Worth-2016/Submit-Abstracts/.
To be included in the hands-on technical exhibitions, please contact Sheldon Piepenburg at Sheldon@asprs.org.
Founded in 1934, ASPRS is a not-for-profit society of thousands technical individuals and organizations in the United States and around the world with expertise in photogrammetry, remote sensing, GIS, Lidar, UAS, surveying and mapping sciences, and geospatial analysis, who are dedicated to helping others make smart, professional decisions through the use of imagery and geospatial information. ASPRS is the US member of ISPRS, publishes the journal PE&RS, and provides continuing education, and offers accredited professional certifications for geospatial professionals.