1st UAS Workshop
“UAS for mapping and monitoring”
September 05-07, 2018 in Warsaw, Poland


Wednesday, September 5, 2018

0800 – 1600 Registration (University of Warsaw, Faculty of Geography and Regional Studies, see on the map: venue )

0930 – 1030 Opening Session / Keynote Session

Chair: Klaus-Ulrich Komp
Chair: Anna Zmarz
Chair: Izabela Karsznia

Keynote speaker: Rune Storvold

Rune Storvold is the Research Director at the Unmanned Aircraft Department at Norut in Tromsø, Norway. He is also Adjunct Associate Professor at the Department of Engineering Cybernetics at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology and Director for Arctic Center for Unmanned Aircraft. He has background in optics and atmospheric physics from University of Bergen (MS) and University of Alaska Fairbanks (PhD). Research topics is focused on arctic applications of UAS technology for mapping of cryospheric properties and vegetation through the last 10 years.

1030 – 1130
S-1: UAS in rural monitoring
Location: University of Warsaw, Faculty of Geography and Regional Studies
Chair: Valerio Baiocchi

PhenoFly – quantitative UAV remote sensing for field-phenotyping and precision agriculture
Helge Aasen, Lukas Roth, Quirina Merz, Francesco Argento, Norbert Kirchgessner, Andreas Hund, Frank Liebisch and Achim Walter

Estimation Of Flowering Intensity In Pear Orchards Using Airborne RGB Imagery
Paladini, Laura; Delalieux, Stephanie; Tits, Laurent; Somers, Ben

Assessment Of Potato Disease Infestation Using Combined Sources Of High-Resolution UAV Imagery  – Kooistra, Lammert; Domingues Franceschini, Marston; Arias Rojas, Francisco; Siebring, Jasper; Bartholomeus, Harm

1130 – 1200 Coffee/Tea break

1200 – 1300
S-2: UAS in rural monitoring
Location: University of Warsaw, Faculty of Geography and Regional Studies
Chair: Valerio Baiocchi

Unmanned Aircraft for Detection and Monitoring of Invasive Plant Species
Müllerová, Jana; Bartaloš, Tomáš; Brůna, Josef; Dvořák, Petr; Vítková, Michaela

Drone as an auxiliary tool for degraded area identification in the mangroves vegetation of Mamboumba village, NW-Gabon. Dieudonne, Mouketou-Tarazewicz; Medard, Obiang-Ebanega; Jean Bernard, Mombo; Marjolaine, Okanga Guay; Bruno, Nkoumakali; Laeticia, Rogombe; Michel, Mbadinga

Geometric Tree Modelling with UAV-based Lidar Brede, Benjamin; Raumonen, Pasi; Calders, Kim; Lau, Alvaro; Bartholomeus, Harm; Herold, Martin; Kooistra, Lammert

1300 – 1400 Lunch break

1400 – 1500
S-3: UAS in rural monitoring
Location: University of Warsaw, Faculty of Geography and Regional Studies
Chair: Lammert Kooistra

Using Unmanned Aerial Vehicle And Thermal Imaging For Small-Scale Ungulate Monitoring
Witczuk, Julia; Pagacz, Stanisław; Zmarz, Anna; Cypel, Maciej

Preliminary study on ship detection based on SVM using different color spaces and Histogram of Oriented Gradients Klimkowska, Anna Maria; Lee, Impyeong

Towards UAV-based Detection of Leaking Gas Pipelines Dzierliński, Marcin; Neumann, Patrick P.; Bartholmai, Matthias

1500 – 1545 Poster session

Technology for Remote Localization of Unknown Underground Cavities and Deep-seated Rockslides by Unmanned Air Systems (UAS) Filipov, Anton Spasov; Shopov, Yavor Y.; Ivanov, Ivan Radev

Developing UAS based workflow for mapping of the dynamics of forest structures in small scale biodiversity studies Zielewska-Buettner, Katarzyna; Seebach, Lucia; Riemer, Uli; Adler, Petra; Braunisch, Veronika

Remote Sensing Of Fossil Frost Polygons In Old-Glacial Areas Of Poland Fabijańska, Patrycja; Dąbski, Maciej

Assessing Canopy Openness in Dense Forests from Photogrammetric Canopy Height Model
Kašpar, Vít; Brůna, Josef; Hederová, Lucia; Kopecký, Martin; Macek, Martin; Müllerová, Jana; Wild, Jan

Classification of plant species and analysis of their structure using Unmanned Aerial Systems
Komárek, Jan; Klouček, Tomáš; Fogl, Michal

Multitemporal Mapping Of Canopy Chlorophyll Content In Fruit Orchards Vanbrabant, Yasmin; Tits, Laurent; Delalieux, Stephanie; Somers, Ben

Automated Airborne Pest Monitoring (AAPM) of Drosophila suzukii in Crops and Natural Habitats
Roosjen, Peter; Kooistra, Lammert

Landslide Inventory Mapping with Ultra-High Aerial Images for Paleoanthropological Studies
Irimia, Radu; Drăgușin, Virgil; Șandric, Ionuț; Mirea, Ionuț

3D Thermal Point Cloud Generation from Low Altitude Aerial Thermal Image Sequence in Urban Area – Eskandari, Roghieh; Samadzadegan, Farhad; Dadrass Javan, Farzaneh

A Hybrid Structure for Improving the Altimetric Robustness of Block Bundle Adjustment of Aerial Imagery Using Additional Super Wide Images
Samadzadegan, Farhad; Savadkouhi, Mohammad; Dadras Javan, Farzaneh

1600 – 1900 Ice Breaker
Location: University of Warsaw, Faculty of Geography and Regional Studies

Thursday, September 6, 2018

0900 – 0945 Keynote Session
Location: University of Warsaw, Faculty of Geography and Regional Studies
Keynote speaker: Daniela Poli

Daniela Poli has 15+ years expertise in Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing in universities, private companies and governmental institutions. She holds a MSc degree in Environmental Engineering from Politecnico di Milano (Italy, 1998) and a PhD in Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing from ETH Zurich (Switzerland, 2005). Daniela Poli has research experience as senior scientist at the Joint Research Centre of the European Union in Ispra (Italy), as Post Doc fellow at ETH Zurich, and as independent researcher. Her main interests include the latest technologies in data acquisition, 3D modelling and data fusion. In the private sector, Daniela Poli was senior consultant in Photogrammetry & GIS at the ETH spin-off company CyberCity AG for 3D city modelling from aerial and satellite platforms. Since 2012 she is Regional Manager at the photogrammetric company Vermessung AVT, based in Austria. Daniela Poli is active member international scientific organizations and journal editorial boards.

0945 – 1015 Coffee/Tea break

1015 – 1130
S-4: UAS applications in mapping & 3D reconstruction of land surfaces
Location: University of Warsaw, Faculty of Geography and Regional Studies
Chair: Izabela Karsznia

Combining UAS and Sentinel-2 data for detecting the invasive shrub species Ulex europaeus in South-Central Chile – Schmidt, Tobias; Clasen, Anne; Förster, Michael; Fassnacht, Fabian Ewald; Kleinschmit, Birgit

Measuring volume of Industrial Waste Landfill from the Production of Nickel in former complex of Nickel Smelter in Sereď – Rusňák, Tomáš; Lieskovský, Juraj; Kenderessy, Pavol

Landslide Mapping and Monitoring for Disaster Management Alunu Case Study, România – Șandric, Ionuț; Dumitrașcu, Florin; Senzaconi, Francisc; Chevereșan, Bogdan

HySpex Mjolnir – the first scientific grade hyperspectral cameras for UAVs
Paluchowski, Lukas; Løke, Trond; Hernandez, Julio; Koirala, Pesal; Fridman, Andrei

1130 – 1200 Coffee/Tea break

1200 – 1330
S-5: UAS applications in mapping & 3D reconstruction of land surfaces
Location: University of Warsaw, Faculty of Geography and Regional Studies
Chair: Izabela Gołębiowska

Comparison of different class UAVs for landfill monitoring
Baiocchi, Valerio; Napoleoni, Quintilio; Tesei, Martina

Crowd-sourced Cadastral Geospatial Information: Defining A Workflow From Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) Data To 3D Building Volumes Using Open Source Applications
Williams, Chaplin Charles

3D Point Cloud Fusion of Aerial Visible and Thermal Imagery
Dadrass Javan, Farzaneh; Eskandari, Roghieh; Samadzadegan, Farhad

From UAV Data Collection to Spatiotemporal Analysis – An automated Crop Monitoring Workflow for Precision Agriculture

1330 – 1445 Lunch break

1445 – 1800
Tutorial: Dron2Map, HySpex, Opticalscape

1900 – 2300 Dinner
Location: Browarmia Królewska, see on the map: venue

Friday, September 7, 2018

0930 – 1330
S-6 Lecture session and visiting laboratories
Location: Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Power and Aeronautical Engineering, see on the map: venue
Chair: Mirosław Rodzewicz
Chair: Przemysław Bibik

A comparative study of various UAS platforms configurations for remote sensing,
Flight control systems – sensors and autopilots capabilities and requirements,
Optimization of the flight trajectories – increasing effectiveness of the system,
Advanced flight simulators in UAS operators training

1330 – 1430 Lunch break

1430 – 1500 Closing ceremony (Warsaw University of Technology)