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Special Issue: 101

Geomatic Techniques and Methodologies for Local Development Strategies
for the journal   WSEAS Transactions on Transactions on Environment and Development



Organizer:

1) Prof. Vincenzo Barrile
DICEAM -Department of Civil,
Energetic, Environmental and Material Engineering Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria,
Italy
E-mail: Vincenzo.barrile@unirc.it
 
2) PhD Antonino Fotia,
DICEAM -Department of Civil,
Energetic, Environmental and Material Engineering Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria,
Italy
E-mail:antonino.fotia@unirc.it
 
 
 


Aim:

Geomatic techniques for surveying and mapping are increasingly changing the methods of data acquisition and management. The phases of digital data acquisition and processing are closely related and must be implemented in the most efficient and effective way for various contexts. The Geomatic approach needs a discussion about the most appropriate solutions and best practices for spatial temporal 3D modeling, real time monitoring, representation and information management, taking care to satisfy metric and data quality requirements.


 

 

Topics: 

- Integration of Geomatic techniques for 3D recording in Archaeology
- Development of sensors and special devices for surveying and monitoring
- GPS network and GNSS real time surveying
- Instrumental calibration for 3D data acquisition
- Data fusion for advanced remote sensed techniques
- Geomatic techniques for safety assessment of structures
- Long-term monitoring of structures
- GIS;
- Quality evaluation and standards in recording and documentation
- Multi-resolution geospatial data management
- Historical BIM technology and point clouds based 3D modelling

 

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You can upload your paper via the web site of the particular
WSEAS journal indicating in the Field: "Notes" the title of the Special Issue 



Note that the Deadline for Paper submission is 31st December of 2021.
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