A two-day conference at the University of Worcester on 28-29 June 2016
This conference will bring together academics, practitioners and those with an interest in working with small unmanned aerial systems (sUAS) for environmental monitoring and research.
This two-day workshop is organised by the University of Worcester (UK) as part of the Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry Society’s UAVs Special Interest Group.
Abstract submission has now closed. Please see the conference programme for details on our sessions, including those dedicated to technical developments, conservation and vegetation, geosciences, glacial and alpine geomorphology, coasts, rivers and wetlands.
The conference will include keynote addresses (Dr Damia Vericat and Dr Lammert Kooistra), oral presentations, interactive poster sessions and an exhibition of sUAS service providers.
The University’s Riverside Building will host the event. Accommodation and a conference dinner on the evening of Tuesday 28th June are also offered.
Abstract submission is now closed
Thank you to everyone who has submitted an abstract. The conference programme is now available.
Oral presentations should be 12 minutes long, with 3 minutes for questions.
Posters should be portrait orientation, with maximum dimensions of 78cm wide by 200cm high.
IJRS publication opportunity
All accepted conference papers will be considered for publication in a special issue of the International Journal of Remote Sensing. The deadline for submission of full papers to IJRS is 31 July 2016. See further information and submission instructions.
Registration has now closed
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- Standard rate: £90
- Student rate: £65
These fees include attendance, conference materials, all refreshments and a sandwich lunch on both days
Accommodation and Dinner
Overnight accommodation is available at the University of Worcester’s City Campus (£43 ensuite B&B, £39 ensuite room only).
Please check-in at the Main Reception desk of City Campus from 2pm onwards, where keys, access cards, Wi-Fi details and other information will be made available. Check out is by 10am on the day of departure. Booking additional nights may be possible but cannot be guaranteed. Please contact Rebecca Pearson in the Accommodation Office to enquire further (email@example.com)
On the evening of Tuesday 28 June our conference dinner will be held at the Thai Gallery in Worcester. For £25 you will be offered a selection of delicious Thai food, with two courses and a drink included. Please advise us of any dietary requirements on the registration form.
Dr Damià Vericat
University of Lleida, Spain
Automatic Digital Photogrammetry In Fluvial Systems: A Low-Cost Tool To Study Channel Morphodynamics
Dr Damià Vericat is a fluvial geomorphologist with expertise in applying novel geomatics and remote sensing methods, including sUAS and SfM photogrammetry, to study fluvial processes as the basis for the design of restoration measures to ensure fluvial geomorphic and ecological integrity.
Damià’s keynote session is kindly sponsored by The British Society for Geomorphology.
Dr Lammert Kooistra
Wageningen UR, the Netherlands
Improved characterization of plant functioning using high-resolution imagery from UAVs
Dr Lammert Kooistra has a research interest in developing integrated sensing systems, which combine satellite remote sensing, unmanned aerial systems (UAS) and in situ sensors for monitoring applications in agriculture and environmental resource management. He will share his experiences using sUAS at the Wageningen UR Unmanned Aerial Remote Sensing Facility (UARSF).
Exhibition & Sponsorship
The opportunity to sponsor, or exhibit at, this year's conference has now closed. To register an interest in attending or sponsoring future conferences please email firstname.lastname@example.org.