WG I/10: Sensor Systems Verification, Benchmarks, Evaluation

Our Mission

ISPRS Working group I/10 aims to promote verification and validation of sensor systems which are understood as the process of checking that a product, service, or system meets specifications and that it fulfills its intended purpose. Working group promotes issues related to passive and active sensors from terrestrial-, air- and space-borne platforms. It promotes assessment of algorithms and procedures related to data evaluation and benchmarks. To this purpose, the WG organizes workshops and tutorials to exchange the latest developments on system verification, benchmarks and evaluation. This WG organizes also benchmarks and data acquisition and evaluation contest for sensors.

Working Group Officers:



Chair  

Ralf ReulkeRalf Reulke
German Aerospace Center
Institute of Optical SensorSystems
2 Rutherfordstrasse
12489 Berlin
Germany
+49 30 67055518
+49 30 67055532

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Co-Chair  

Dorota IwaszczukDorota Iwaszczuk
TechnicalUniversityod Munich
Institute for Astronomical and Physical Geodesy
21 Arcisstrasse 21
80333 Munich
Germany
+49 89 289 23188
+49 89 289 23178

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Co-Chair  

Petra HelmholzPetra Helmholz
CurtinUniversity
Western AustralianSchool of Mines
Faculty of Science and Engineering
Kent Street, Bentley, Perth
Western Australia 6102
Australia
+618 9266 3369
+618 9266 2703

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Secretary  

Krzysztof BakułaKrzysztof Bakuła
Warsaw University of Technology
Faculty of Geodesy and Cartography
1 PlacPolitechniki
00-661 WarsawPoland

+48 22 234 7694
+48 22 234 1578

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Supporters

Key Support Personnel  

Jakub KoleckiJakub Kolecki
AGH University of Technology
Faculty of Mining Surveying and Environmental Engineering
Poland
+48 12 617 2302
+48 12 617 3993

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Terms of Reference:

  • Characterisation of sensor behaviour from UV to LWIR, RADAR
  • Traceability
  • Image (data) quality (PSF & SNR)
  • Prerequisites (Lab equipment): Radiation sources, collimators, integrating spheres
  • Spatial, radiometric, etc. characterization on sensor level
    • Linearity, PTC, PRNU, DSNU, CTE, …
    • MTF, keyston, smile, etc.
  • Algorithms and data evaluation, Usability