WG I/8: Satellite Constellations for Remote Sensing
ISPRS Working group I/8 aims to promote the development of new methodologies, algorithms and applications related to high resolution images acquired from Satellite constellations also in comparison to monolithic satellite systems.
To this purpose, the WG organizes workshops to exchange the latest developments regarding satellite constellations and their applications.
Furthermore the WG provides (links to) publicly available datasets and organizes international benchmark test data from satellite constellations to promote the research, development and novel applications.
Finally, the WG will establish links within Commission I and relevant WGs within Commission III and IV.
Working Group Officers:
The Ohio State University
2036 Neil Avenue
+1 614 292 4356
+1 614 292 3780
Department Photogrammetry and Image Analysis
Remote Sensing Technology Institute
German Aerospace Centre (DLR)
+49 8153 28-2757
+49 8153 28-1444
346 9th Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
+1 734 612 7656
550 Stadium Mall Drive
West Lafayette, IN 47907
+1 765 2501979
Terms of Reference:
- Geometric and radiometric characterization of satellite constellations data
(e.g. Planet, RapidEye, DMCII, etc.), spectral interpretability analysis.
- Comparison of constellations and with monolithic systems in algorithms and applications
- Data quality, usability, availability and timeliness; geometric, radiometric characterization of data from satellite constellations, spectral interpretability through remote sensing studies
- Advancements in image time series analysis through satellite constellations
- Evaluation of new applications with single or multiple satellite constellations, e.g. traffic monitoring using video from the space, time series 3D mapping with data from satellite constellations
- Development and evaluation of new algorithms and software tools of processing high temporal and spatial resolution data
- Collaborate with ISPRS WGs and other societies, including AGU, IEEE-GRSS,CV and other communities (Civil, Environmental, hydrology, etc.), to promote the use of satellite constellations for remote sensing applications.