Call for papers
Geomatics: past and future
The ASITA 2021 conference will provide a moment for assessing the latest developments of the survey sciences that evolved to what is now known as Geomatics, in particular the theoretical and technical aspects related to instrumentations and applications.
Participants are invited to discuss and evaluate past and recent changes that allowed to increase capabilities of methods and tools for processing and analysis of surveyed objects and related phenomena.
ASITA proposes to revisit past key work in light of recent technological and computational scientific progress.
The objective is to foster new ideas from a critical constructive analysis of past efforts, to look at a future that can be improved and planned from such activity.
In this context the Italian Society for Surveying and Photogrammetry (SIFET) will celebrate its 70th anniversary, testimonial and protagonist of the birth of Geomatics.
Springer has formally accepted to publish a selection of contributions as Proceedings of ASITA Conference 2021 (#ASITA2021), including them in the series “Communications in Computer and Information Science” (CCIS). The CCIS proceedings volume dedicated to ASITA will be published by Springer and SCOPUS indexed. High quality and scientific soundness are required for all papers to be included in the Proceedings. Each corresponding author receive reviewer feedbacks of the proposed manuscript.
The authors will revise their paper as per the feedbacks and will send them by OCS system, which will be available soon.
According to reviewer’s suggestions authors can also expand their manuscript (>12 pages, 400 words per page), which must be sent within the deadline to be considered for publication in CCIS Proceedings.
Authors should consult Springer’s authors’ guidelines and use their proceedings templates, either for LaTeX or for Word, for the preparation of their papers. Springer encourages authors to include their ORCIDs in their papers. In addition, the corresponding author of each paper, acting on behalf of all of the authors of that paper, must complete and sign a Consent-to-Publish form. The corresponding author signing the copyright form should match the corresponding author marked on the paper. Once the files have been sent to Springer, changes relating to the authorship of the papers cannot be made.
If you or any of the authors contributing to ASITA 2021 are interested in Open Access or Open Choice, please refer to Springer’s webpage. In this case the address(es) for the invoice(s) and the CC-BY Consent-to-Publish form(s) at the same time as the files for the publication will be needed.
Authors should also consider that an anti-plagiarism tool will be used for each submitted manuscript.
Topics of interest for this workshop include, but are not limited to
- Positioning, Navigation and Operational Geodesy
- Platforms and Sensors for Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry
- Methods and Procedures for Remote Sensing Data Processing
- UAV/UGV – based Application of Geomatics
- Geomatics for Cultural Heritage and Landscape Analysis
- Geomatics for Forestry
- Geomatics for Precision Agriculture
- Geomatics for Survey and Monitoring of Structures and Infrastructures
- Geomatics for Natural Hazards and Risk
- Geomatics and Sustainable Development
- Spatial Modeling and Mapping of Diseases
- GeoAnalytics, AI and Decision Support
- GeoData: Big, Open and Official
- Open Geodata and Homogenization of Geospatial Information
- SDI and Interoperability: Now and Beyond
- GIS for Smart Cities, Sustainability, Land Planning
- Official Cartography and Public Administration
- Maritime, Military and Technical Cartography
- Historical Toponymy
- Historical GIS and Cartography
- Positioning and Location Intelligence: Indoor and Outdoor Applications
- BIM (Building Information Modelling)
- Smart Technologies for Geomatics
- Location-Based Services and Web Mapping
- Geoinformation in Education
- New Perspectives in Geomatics
Paola Zamperlin (University of Pisa), Enrico Borgogno Mondino (University of Torino), Emilio Bosco (AMFM GIS Italia), Elena Dai Prà (University of Trento), Maria Antonietta Dessena (ENAS Sardegna), Andrea Fiduccia (Sapienza University of Roma), Francesco Guerra (IUAV – University of Venice), Maria Teresa Melis (University of Cagliari), Stefano Nicolodi (Fondazione GeGL Provincia di Firenze), Maurizio Piccioni (Municipality of Ascoli Piceno), Francesco Pirotti (University of Padova), Cinzia Podda (University of Sassari), Domenico Sguerso (University of Genova), Paolo Dabove (Politecnico di Torino), Alberto Giordano (Texas State University), Stefania Bertazzon (University Of Calgary), Héctor Jaime Hernández Palma (University of Chile), Francesco Nex (University of Twente), Filiz Sunar (Istanbul Technical University), Evangelos Livieratos (Emeritus, University of Thessaloniky), Tiago Luís Gil (Universidade de Brasilia), Sandro Bimonte (INRAE Clermont Ferrand, France), Fabio Naselli (Epoka University, Tirana)