Scope and Topics


Image sequence analysis is an important topic of research in Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing, Computer Vision, and Robot Vision. This conference of ISPRS working group III/3 is the first ISPRS workshop fully dedicated to image sequence analysis. The aim is to present new methodologies, algorithms and applications related to the processing of image sequences acquired for a large range of topics such as object tracking, ego-motion determination, detection and characterization of dynamic and multi-temporal processes, monocular or stereoscopic mapping of the environment, biomedical motion analysis and detection of changes in land-cover/land-use mapping.


Submissions are invited in, but not limited to, the following areas:

  • Change detection
  • Object detection and tracking
  • Security/surveillance
  • Application of image sequence analysis
  • Vision based robot/drone navigation and station keeping
  • Obstacle avoidance
  • Analysis of publicly available webcam image sequences
  • Learning from image sequences, with emphasis on various spatial resolutions and periods of acquisition
  • Fusion of sensory information with image sequences
  • Collaborative navigation