The next 3D-ARCH workshop will be held in Bergamo (Italy) on February 6-8, 2019.
This is the 8th edition in a raw of the workshop which started in 2005 in Venice and move throughout the years to Zurich (2007), Trento (2009, 2011, 2013), Avila (2015) and and Napflio (2017).
The event is organized as an ISPRS and CIPA workshop and it will focus on methods, algorithms and processes for smart 3D reconstruction, modelling, accessing and understanding of digital environments from multiple data sources.

Abstract Submission (1000 words, possibly with figures): 29 October 2018
Notification to Authors: 23 November 2018
Full Paper Submission (ISPRS format, max 8 pages): 21 December 2018
The accepted articles will be published in the ISPRS International Archives of Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences.

– Jan Boehm (University College London, UK): “Modelling from point clouds and the BIM process”
– Livio de Luca (French National Centre for Scientific Research, Marseille, France): “Reality-based 3D annotation of cultural heritage artefacts”
– Giorgio Vassena (Università di Brescia, Italy): “Scan-to-BIM for construction monitoring: new prospective and near future developments”

BENCHMARK “Fisheye Indoor Narrow spaces Evaluation”
Fisheye photogrammetry, low-cost image- and range-based sensors and slam technologies are getting very popular to quickly survey indoor and complex spaces. The different approaches become challenging in narrow environments, such as underground tunnels, stairs, caves, mines, etc. For this purposes, a benchmark dataset was created in order to provide a common playground for the evaluation of the performance of different 3D imaging approaches. Such a benchmark offers the opportunity to tackle one or more topics that influence the final accuracy of the results and to share and challenge your approach over the community. Within the topics that can be studied, we can mention: fisheye distortion models/distortion handling, capturing geometry, pre-calibration, multi-camera constraints, multi-camera synchronization, automated image orientation, point cloud aligment, etc.
More technical information about the benchmark are available here.
If you are willing to partecipate to the benchmark, please contact Fabio Remondino or Francesco Fassi.


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