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  • ISPRS Correspondents
    Home Education Resources ISPRS Correspondents Resources ISPRS Correspondents http www isprs org ASPRS Fellow Dr Stanley A Morain is the treasurer of ISPRS for 2004 2008 See ISPRS Councils page Commission I Image Data Acquisition Sensors and Platforms CHARLES TOTH toth cfm ohio state edu Commission II Theory and Concepts of Spatio temporal Data Handling and Information CURRENTLY VACANT Commission III Photogrammetric Computer Vision and Image Analysis TONI SCHENK schenk 2 osu edu Commission IV Geodatabases and Digital Mapping MARGUERITE MADDEN mmadden uga edu Commission V Close Range Sensing Analysis and Applications TONY STEPHANIDIS tony spatial maine edu Commission VI Education and Outreach FLOYD HENDERSON f henderson albany edu Commission VII Thematic Processing Modeling and Analyses of Remotely Sensed Data JIM TARANIK jtaranik mines unr edu Commission VIII Remote Sensing Applications and Policies MIKE FINN mfinn usgs gov Click Here to Report a Problem on this Page Report a Problem Please complete all required fields Your Name Invalid Input Email Address Invalid Input What Problem are you reporting Broken Image Broken Link Spelling Other Issue Invalid Input Additional Comments Invalid Input Please enter these 4 NUMBERS in the box Refresh the Code Invalid Input For overall comments on the site

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  • Partners in Education
    sciences and to promote the responsible applications of photogrammetry remote sensing GIS and supporting technologies Through the Partners in Education Program ASPRS Sustaining Members provide direct support to the ASPRS education agenda through tax free donations Current ASPRS Partners in Education include Leica Geosystems through a donation that doubled the printing of the ASPRS career brochure Shape the Future Careers in Imaging and Geospatial Information and Science Technology ESRI Inc through a donation that supported the promulgation of information and general awareness of geographic information science in Latin America through the Inter American Development Bank IAEGS The Institute for Advanced Education in Geospatial Sciences IAEGS is a collaborative learning center housed at The University of Mississippi which is developing a repository of dynamic online courseware specific to Earth science education and its application The curriculum of 30 online courses authored by leading industry and academic experts within the remote sensing GIS community has been developed in part through our ASPRS Partnership in Education which has provided guidance and expertise in curriculum definition and design and review of ongoing developments The courses are designed to meet the educational needs of academia industry and government By amplifying current learning models with virtual classrooms institutions of any size or budget will be able to offer a Remote Sensing GIS curriculum to meet the demand of an increased academic and professional pool in the geospatial arena IAEGS is ready to deliver its first wave of online geospatial courses Visit our website to view the course curriculum and to obtain current information on available courses Other ASPRS Sustaining Member companies are encouraged to follow this lead and become ASPRS Partners in Education For information on how to become a Partner contact Kimberly Tilley ASPRS Communications Director at kimt asprs org or call 301 493 0290

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  • Divisions and Committees
    Resources Press Releases 10 Year Industry Forecast Standards Satellite Information ASPRS Films Other News NCEES Materials Unmanned Aircraft Systems Report Card on the U S National Spatial Data Infrastructure Publications PE RS Journal PE RS Submissions PE RS Advertising Conference Proceedings Manual of Photogrammetry Errata Publications Catalog PDF Online Bookstore Skip to content Home Divisions and Committees Divisions and Committees Divisions and Committees Subcategories Division General 1 Articles Committee General 19 Articles RSAD Division 7 Articles GISD Division 3 Articles PDAD Division 17 Articles PAD Division 6 Articles LD Division 7 Articles PPD Division 12 Articles UAS Division 1 Articles There are no articles in this category If subcategories display on this page they may contain articles Click Here to Report a Problem on this Page Report a Problem Please complete all required fields Your Name Invalid Input Email Address Invalid Input What Problem are you reporting Broken Image Broken Link Spelling Other Issue Invalid Input Additional Comments Invalid Input Please enter these 4 NUMBERS in the box Refresh the Code Invalid Input For overall comments on the site in general please submit comments in our comment form ASPRS Online Home Certification ASPRS Foundation Students Membership Information Join Now Search

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  • Divisions and Committees
    Photogrammetry Errata Publications Catalog PDF Online Bookstore Skip to content Home Divisions and Committees GISD Division Divisions and Committees GISD Division GeoBytes GIS Division Announcements GIS Division Information Click Here to Report a Problem on this Page Report a Problem Please complete all required fields Your Name Invalid Input Email Address Invalid Input What Problem are you reporting Broken Image Broken Link Spelling Other Issue Invalid Input Additional Comments Invalid

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  • News & Resources
    Aircraft Systems Report Card on the U S National Spatial Data Infrastructure Publications PE RS Journal PE RS Submissions PE RS Advertising Conference Proceedings Manual of Photogrammetry Errata Publications Catalog PDF Online Bookstore Skip to content Home News Resources COGO Report Card COGO Report Card Click the following link to view the full report of the Report Card on the U S National Spatial Data Infrastructure NSDI There are no articles in this category If subcategories display on this page they may contain articles Click Here to Report a Problem on this Page Report a Problem Please complete all required fields Your Name Invalid Input Email Address Invalid Input What Problem are you reporting Broken Image Broken Link Spelling Other Issue Invalid Input Additional Comments Invalid Input Please enter these 4 NUMBERS in the box Refresh the Code Invalid Input For overall comments on the site in general please submit comments in our comment form ASPRS Online Home Certification ASPRS Foundation Students Membership Information Join Now Search Certified Professionals Search Sustaining Members Search Members Login Required Honored Members Classified Job Ads Contact Us In This Section Organization Events Education News Resources Press Releases 10 Year Industry Forecast Standards Satellite Information

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  • Development of Guidelines for the Procurement of Commercial Geospatial Mapping Products
    Procurement of Commercial Geospatial Mapping Products Divisions and Committees Development of Guidelines for the Procurement of Commercial Geospatial Mapping Products ASPRS is in the process of developing guidelines for the procurement of geospatial services and products This effort is being undertaken with private state and federal representation from ASPRS membership in coordination with the Coalition of Geospatial Organizations COGO and their member organizations The Guideline for the Procurement of Commercial Geospatial Mapping Products is intended to be a companion document to the Guideline for the Procurement of Professional Geospatial Mapping Services previously adopted by ASPRS The Guideline for the Procurement of Commercial Geospatial Mapping Products will provide clarification on what constitutes a commercial geospatial mapping product and how procurement of products is differentiated from procurement of professional services The guideline is currently in draft form and available for review and comment ASPRS welcomes input to this process The Guidelines as adopted by the ASPRS Board of Directors on 10 29 12 Approved Commercial Geospatial Mapping Products Guidelines Click Here to Report a Problem on this Page Report a Problem Please complete all required fields Your Name Invalid Input Email Address Invalid Input What Problem are you reporting Broken Image Broken

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  • Draft Aerial Camera In Situ Metric Calibration Guidelines
    cameras This effort is being undertaken with involvement of private state and federal representation from within the ASPRS membership At the 2011 ASPRS Annual Conference in Milwaukee the Primary Data Acquisition Division PDAD formed an ad hoc committee to address metric calibration of aerial cameras The ad hoc committee led by Dean Merchant has prepared a guideline titled DRAFT AERIAL CAMERA IN SITU METRIC CALIBRATION GUIDELINES This committee is one of several activities under the Image Quality Committee led by Greg Stensaas at USGS This guideline focuses on in situ metric calibrations and is not intended to encompass laboratory or other methods of calibration Other guidelines may be produced for these other approaches In situ metric calibration is being performed worldwide and in some cases is used as the primary form of calibration Dean and the committee have gone through numerous cycles of editing and updating this guideline Some recent comments from the 2012 Sacramento ASPRS Annual Conference meeting were included We are now requesting input for this document beyond the committee from both PDAD and Photogrammetric Application Division PAD members The comments will be collected and addressed and a summary of comments and disposition of them will be made available at request at a future date Please download the draft AERIAL CAMERA IN SITU METRIC CALIBRATION GUIDELINES document Word doc format and provide comments to the committee at CalibrationReview asprs org Comments may be inserted directly into the document with Track Changes or you may summarize the comments by referring to specific line numbers in your communication All comments will be adjudicated by the committee incorporated modified or rejected and presented in documentation to the ASPRS Board as part of the adoption procedure Please submit your comments no later than Friday June 1 2012 U PDATE October 15th 2012

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  • ASPRS POSITIONAL ACCURACY STANDARDS FOR DIGITAL GEOSPATIAL DATA
    to the raw image resolution pixel size is used to refer to the resolution of the rectified orthophoto For planimetric data the issue was more complicated With digital data there is no published map scale as the data can be printed or viewed at any zoom resolution However all planimetric data does have a specific resolution or target scale for which it was designed to support This is determined by the resolution of the source imagery compilation methodologies ie point spacing and the level of detail digizited and other factors While the data can certainly be viewed or printed at scales that exceed the intended target scale doing so does not improve the accuracy or level of generalization For this reason prior revisions based accuracies on a map scale factor which is defined as the design map scale or the scale for which the data was designed to be viewed and printed The Map Scale Factor was introduced to facilitate a simple formula for computing accuracy thresholds at any scale This solution was workable for projects requiring scaled planimetric maps whether digital or plotted though still problematic for horizontal data not tied to scale or pixel size NSSDA equations in relating RMSE to 95 confidence levels The NSSDA equations that use RMSE to compute the error range at a 95 confidence level are only statistically correct under the very restrictive condition that the mean error equals zero This condition rarely occurs Further the RMSE statistics are only valid for normally distributed data In the case of horizontal accuracies the NSSDA equations only apply when the condition RMSEx RMSEy is approached However in many common applications empirical results indicate that if the mean error is small and the data is normally distributed the NSSDA equations can represent a reasonable approximation of the error range at a 95 confidence level As the mean error increases the approximation is less accurate and tends to overestimate the range of errors This is not well documented in the NSSDA standard In addition RMSE by itself does not fully characterize other aspects of the data set accuracies As such RMSE is applicable only for normally distributed data sets with all systematic errors removed Ensuring that the data set meets these requirements requires careful evaluation of the other statistical parameters Approach to Using RMSE in New Standard RMSE is used in the existing standard and is a long established well understood and widely used parameter for estimating geospatial data accuracies for normally distributed data sets Further as a simple to use single parameter threshold RMSE appropriately characterizes the absolute accuracy of the data set as opposed to the relative accuracy or precision about the mean For these reasons the new standard continues to use RMSE as the accuracy threshold for normally distributed data sets 95 values that correlate to the NSSDA reporting standard are listed in the table as reference Clarifying text was added to indicate the limitations of that relationship and to explain the necessity of

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