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Important Dates

Conference:

Nov. 28-30, 2018

Full Paper Due: Jul. 30, 2018

Abstract Due: Jul. 30, 2018

Audience Registration Due:
Nov. 28, 2018

Call For Papers
The 4rd Int'l Conference on Remote Sensing Technologies and Applications (ICRSTA 2018) will be held from November 28 to 30, 2018 in Sanya, China. You are invited to submit papers and participate in our academic exchange. 

Topics: The conference is soliciting state-of-the-art research papers in the following areas of interest:
Microwave Remote Sensing
Optical Remote Sensing
Sensor Systems and Platforms
Mapping / Photogrammetry
GIS / Earth Monitoring and Mapping
Spatial Technologies and Landscape
Image Processing Techniques
Classification and Data Mining Techniques
Global Positioning and Navigation Systems
Education and Remote Sensing
Applications in Natural Resources and Environmental Management
Applications in Biodiversity Conservation and Management
Applications in Coastal and Marine Management
Applications in Urban Planning and Management
Applications in Water Resource Management
Applications in Traffic and Transportation
Applications in Agriculture and Forestry
Applications in Natural Disasters/Hazards
Applications in Earth’s Climate Change
Applications in Health Management
Applications in Archaeology
Innovative Algorithms
Automated feature extraction
Object extraction
Point cloud processing
3D scene reconstruction
Spatio-temporal data fusion
Range image processing
Photogrammetric computer vision
Multi-scale segmentation
Support Vector Machine classifiers
Random forest classifiers
Marked point process extractors
Sparse and redundant representation
Novel Applications
Traffic surveillance and monitoring
Transportation infrastructure inventory
Oil spill detection and tracking
Coastal zone change detection
Marine waters monitoring
Renewable energy mapping
3D infrastructure modeling
Mapping with SAR and LiDAR
Hazard monitoring
Cultural heritage documentation
Global change studies
Forest Fires
Earthquakes
Floods
Land Degradation (soil erosion, desertification)
Landslides/mudflows
Storm Damage
Sea pollution/Oil-spill detection
Man-made and other relevant aspects
Other Related Topics