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  • Pecora 16 - Global Priorities in Land Remote Sensing
    Adjoining the Convention Center by enclosed walkway is the Sheraton Sioux Falls Hotel a full service hotel with indoor pool fitness center business center restaurant and gift shop This complex is located just 5 minutes from the airport and downtown Sioux Falls As a PECORA 16 Symposium attendee you are eligible for the specially negotiated daily room Sheraton Sioux Falls Hotel 1211 N West Avenue Sioux Falls South Dakota 57104 888 627 8088 Toll Free Daily room rate 74 single double occupancy Government Attendees Pecora 16 Global Priorities in Land Remote Sensing Non Government Attendees Pecora 16 Global Priorities in Land Remote Sensing DISCOUNT ROOM RATES If making reservations by phone please be sure to identify yourself as an American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Conferece attendee to receive the special discounted room rate There are a limited number of government rate rooms available as well Early reservations are strongly advised as the ASPRS special rate expires on September 19 and there is no guarantee that rooms will be available at that late date SHUTTLE SERVICE TO SHERATON SIOUX FALLS HOTEL Complimentary 24 hour shuttle service to and from the airport is provided by the Sheraton Sioux Falls Hotel Phones for pickup are located in the baggage claim area CONFERENCE CENTER The Sioux Falls Convention Center a state of the art center has been chosen as the site for the Pecora 16 Symposium All sessions and the Exhibit Hall will be in the Convention Center AIRLINES Sioux Falls South Dakota ranks among the top ten most desirable cities in the U S It s easy to get to Sioux Falls with over 50 daily flights and the airport is only one and one half miles from downtown Air service to Sioux Falls is provided by the following airlines Allegiant

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  • Baltimore No visit would be complete without seeing Fort McHenry National Monument the inspiration for Frances Scott Key s composition of the Star Spangled Banner Baltimore is so full of interesting and artful expressions Explore Baltimore the wet way Harbor taxis take you to 35 attractions and fi ve eclectic neighborhoods around the Inner Harbor from Fells Point where the Marriott Water front Hotel the ASPRS Conference Headquarters is located a historic area with original cobblestone streets jazz and blues pubs and art galleries Sports fans will want to visit the Baltimore Orioles home at Camden Yards with year round tours available and the Baltimore Ravens Stadium is next door to Camden Yards The National Aquarium location of the ASPRS Conference Social Event the Maryland Science Center Power Plant Live shopping and nightlife are all within walking distance of the Marriott Waterfront Hotel Tempt your taste buds with world renowned Chesapeake Bay Cuisine Baltimore boasts of having over 1 000 restaurants with something to satisfy every appetite Baltimore s Little Italy and Greektown are just two of the well known ethnic experiences waiting to welcome you Getting to Baltimore is so easy Baltimore Washington International Airport BWI is just 15

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  • ASPRS Annual Conference Baltimore 2005
    30 am 5 00 pm Tuesday March 8 Classified Session 6 30 am 6 00 pm Conference Registration 7 30 am 5 00 pm ASPRS Committee Meetings 8 00 am 5 00 pm Workshops 8 00 am 5 00 pm User Groups 8 00 am 5 00 pm Taste of Baltimore Welcome Reception 6 00 pm 8 00 pm Wednesday March 9 Past President s Breakfast 7 00 am 8 00 pm Conference Registration 7 30 am 5 00 pm Plenary Session Keynote Address 8 15 am 9 35 am Technical Sessions 9 50 am 5 45 pm Poster Sessions 9 35 am 5 35 pm Exhibits 10 00 am 7 15 pm Awards Luncheon Installation of Officers 12 15 am 1 45 pm Exhibitor s Reception 5 45 pm 7 15 pm Thursday March 10 Conference Registration 7 30 am 5 00 pm Sustaining Members Council 8 00 am 9 00 am Plenary Session 8 00 am 9 35 am Technical Sessions 9 50 am 5 45 pm Poster Sessions 9 35 am 5 35 pm Exhibits 10 00 am 5 00 pm Memorial Address Student Awards 12 15 pm 1 15 pm An Evening at the Baltimore Aquarium

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  • ASPRS Annual Conference Baltimore 2005
    A Radiometric corrections B Lens correction C Auto georeferencing D Auto georectification E Auto orthorectification F File conversion formats sizes compression XVI DEM s Lidar Integration XVII Applications XVIII Future Wrap up WS 8 GIS Implementation and Management Monday March 7th 8 00 am 5 00 pm 08 CEU Rebecca Somers Somers St Claire This workshop provides a practical guide for implementing and managing a GIS It provides an overview of the GIS implementation process and details each of the steps analyses and decisions that must be made for a successful project The workshop also addresses situations in which an organization already has some GIS capabilities but wishes to expand its GIS operations or move to an enterprise GIS Crucial organizational and management approaches and issues are also discussed GIS implementation and management strategies techniques and issues are illustrated by examples from various types of organizations current GIS projects The workshop is designed to help anyone initiating a GIS project or program expanding current GIS facilities or seeking to improve their GIS operations and solve inherent problems I GIS Strategic Planning and Implementation Planning II Requirements Analysis and System Design III Database Design Data Sources Data Conversion and Data Sharing IV Specifying and Selecting the Right GIS System Components V Managing Vendors and Consultants VI GIS Operation and Maintenance VII Expanding GIS Operations and Developing an Enterprise GIS VIII Organizational Issues IX Staffing and Training X Financial Justification Budgeting and Funding XI Ensuring Effective GIS Use and Adoption XII GIS Management Strategies and Techniques WS 9 Close Range Techniques for the Conservation and Rehabilitation of the Cultural Heritage Tuesday March 8th 8 00 am 12 noon 04 CEU Paul Bryan English Heritage UK Michael Clowes English Heritage UK The consequences of the recent war in Iraq have resulted in the serious loss and damage to the cultural heritage in the region Events have highlighted the urgent need to collect data on the many monuments and sites under threat Accurate and economic geospatial survey data of these buildings and sites will form an important part of the re stabilization and regeneration of the country An understanding of a country s past plays an important part in formulating its future This workshop is intended to provide information on the methods and developments in close range photogrammetry and associated techniques such as laser scanning related specifically to building conservation and rehabilitation It will examine how this technology is now regularly used for architectural and archaeological projects as an aid to the management of the historic environment The benefit of providing economic survey data that can either be archived and analysed when required or integrated into a CAD system within days of capture will also be demonstrated The instructors will illustrate their presentations through case studies derived from their own personal background and experience These will be complemented with project examples using a digital photogrammetric workstation The workshop is expected to be of significant value to survey professionals who will already be working in mapping but wish to investigate the possibility of expanding into the close range environment It will also be an opportunity for professionals in the construction industry to perceive the impact that this exciting technology can make especially in the areas of architecture facilities management and engineering WS 10 Assessing the Accuracy of GIS Information Created from Remotely Sensed Data Principles and Practices Tuesday March 8th 1 00 pm 5 00 pm 04 CEU Kass Green Alta Vista This course focuses on the principles techniques and practical aspects of assessing the accuracy of GIS information derived from remotely sensed data Participants will receive instruction in how to design accuracy assessment procedures allocate accuracy assessment samples collect both field and photo reference data and analyze accuracy assessment results Examples of accuracy assessment case studies based on actual project data will be presented and discussed Each participant in this course will come away with a solid understanding of accuracy assessment procedures for spatial data and the knowledge to properly interpret the results of such procedures In order to maximize the benefits of completing this course participants should have previous experience with GIS and remotely sensed data In addition a good understanding of statistical principles is also strongly suggested I Introduction II Overview A Historical review 1 aerial photography 2 digital assessments III Data Collection Considerations A Classification Scheme B Sample design 1 data distribution 2 randomness 3 spatial autocorrelation 4 sample size 5 sampling scheme 6 sample unit C Reference data collection 1 forms IV Basic Analysis Techniques A Non site specific assessments B Site specific assessments 1 the error matrix 2 analysis techniques 3 confidence limits 4 area estimation correction V Practicals A Impact of sample design on cost B Recommendations for collection of reference data C Sources of variation in reference data D Qualitative vs quantitative analysis E Local vs regional vs global assessments VI Advanced Topics A Beyond the error matrix B Complex data sets VII Case Study VIII Conclusions WS 11 Remote Sensing of Vegetation Tuesday March 8th 8 00 am 12 noon 04 CEU Charles Olson University of Michigan The goal of this workshop is to provide an examination of morphologic and physiologic factors affecting signals upwelling from vegetated areas and their influence on remotely sensed data in the visible near IR middle IR thermal and microwave spectral bands with emphasis on the spectral bands of camera systems and the ETM sensor I Review of the Energy Flow Profile for Remote Sensing Systems A Energy sources B Atmospheric transmission effects C Terrain interactions 1 reflectance from first surface 2 reflectance from additional surfaces multiple reflections or volume reflection D Sensor response spectral bands 1 passive systems 2 active systems II Reflectance and Transmittance of Plant Foliage A Broadleaved plants B Grasses C Needled plants conifers III Reflectance from Additional Surfaces A Multiple reflections within the canopy B Stem branches C Understory vegetation D Litter and soil IV Morphologic Effects on Volume Reflectance A Branch angle 1 normal 2

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  • ASPRS Annual Conference Baltimore 2005
    Final Program no covers 83 pages 2 82 Mb Front Cover 1 page 114 Kb Welcome from the Mayor of Baltimore 1 1 1 Mb Table of Contents and Sponsors 2 70 Kb Welcome from the Chair 3 219 Kb Welcome from the President 5 283 Kb ASPRS Officers Staff and Conference Committee 6 38 Kb Frequently Asked Questions 7 45 Kb Session Categories 9 43 Kb My Day at

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  • ASPRS Annual Conference Baltimore 2005
    are a student at an accredited college or university and would like a complimentary registration to the 2005 ASPRS Annual Conference consider serving as a volunteer Only work 15 hours during the five days of the conference to receive a complimentary registration For further information please contact Kristin Eickhorst via email at volunteers asprs2005 org or Kristin Eickhorst University of Maine 348 Boardman Hall Orono ME 04469 5711 Tel 207

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  • ASPRS Annual Conference Baltimore 2005
    am to 11 00 am PAD Lidar Subcommittee 9 00 am to 11 00 am New Board Orientation 9 00 am to 11 00 am External Affairs Committee 1 00 pm to 3 00 pm PAD Transportation Surveys Subcommittee 1 00 pm to 5 00 pm Region Officers 3 00 pm to 5 00 pm By Laws Committee 5 00 pm to 6 00 pm Tuesday March 8th Education and Professional Development Committee 8 00 am to 10 00 am Electronic Communication Committee 8 00 am to 10 00 am Photogrammetric Applications Division PAD 8 00 am to 10 00 am PAD Softcopy Subcommittee 8 00 am to 10 00 am Evaluation for Certification Committee 10 00 am to 12 noon Geographic Information Systems Division GISD 10 00 am to 12 noon Membership Committee 10 00 am to 12 noon Journal Policy and Publications Committees 1 00 pm to 3 00 pm Primary Data Acquisition Division PDAD 1 00 pm to 3 00 pm Data Archiving Preservation Committee 1 00 pm to 3 00 pm Professional Practice Division PPD 1 00 pm to 5 00 pm Convention Policy and Planning Committee 3 00 pm to 5 00 pm Remote Sensing

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  • ASPRS Annual Conference Baltimore 2005
    instructions headed What to Submit What is the recommended font on a laser printer A 10 point Times Roman on 11 point leading is the size we ask you to use Can I get an extension on the deadline No The deadline is set so that we have time to prepare the proceedings and have them delivered for distribution at the meeting If we push back the deadline we might not be able to get the proceedings to the meeting Did you get my paper If you are worried about your paper not meeting the deadline or getting lost in the mail please send it by one of the many methods that provide a tracking number and receipt confirmation The Post Office and many of the other delivery services can do this for you We prefer that you not ask us to call you about receiving your paper We receive about 250 papers for these Proceedings so it is not feasible for us to call you or respond to calls asking if we have received a paper However if you supply an email address you will get a message indicating that your paper was received Can I publish color illustrations Yes and at no cost to you The proceedings are being published on CD ROM only so there will be no charge for color illustrations Can I fax my paper No The quality is too poor from a fax for reproduction purposes What if I need to make corrections to my paper once you ve received it We cannot make corrections to papers If you find that you MUST make critical corrections please submit a new disk and hardcopy of the paper CLEARLY STATING THAT IT IS TO REPLACE THE ONE ORIGINALLY RECEIVED This should be done AS SOON AS

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