• 測り、分析する。

    cutting-edge applications of terrestrial laser scanning and sfm-mvs photogrammetry for various kinds of landforms.

    about
  • 素材と道具

    analysis of high-definition topographic data using geospatial technologies – GIS spatial analysis tools and applications.

    tools
  • 研究課題

    various projects using high-definition topography data.

    projects

2020/11/19

開催告知:ひらめき☆ときめきサイエンス2020「ダンボールで島と滝をつみあげよう!~さわってわかる高精細3D情報~」

地形鮮明化プロジェクトでは、小学校高学年向けのワークショップを今年度も開催いたします。しかしながら、新型コロナウイルスの感染症拡大という状況下で、日程を延期しております。また、プログラム内容についても、感染症拡大防止の観点から若干の変更となる可能性がありますこと、ご承知おきください。不確定要素が多く申し訳ございませんが、ご検討のほどよろしくお願いいたします。


ドローンや測量、地理や地学に興味のある小学生の皆さん!
夏休みに北海道大学のキャンパスで一緒にサイエンスしませんか!?
詳細は以下の概要・ポスターをご覧ください。お待ちしております。

ダンボールで島と滝をつみあげよう!~さわってわかる高精細3D情報~

日時:2021年3月20日(土)10:00~16:00
対象:小学5・6年生
定員:12名(申込受付は先着順となります)※例年より参加人数を制限しております
場所:北海道大学地球環境科学研究院 D101講義室
講師:早川裕弌(北海道大学地球環境科学研究院)、小倉拓郎(北海道大学環境科学院) ほか
内容:ドローンやレーザ測量で取得した地形データを用いたダンボール工作

お申し込みは日本学術振興会ホームページの以下のリンクをご覧ください。
https://www.jsps.go.jp/hirameki/
実施プログラム一覧>北海道 で検索!(一番上に出てきます)

※過去の開催

2020/11/05

EGU 2021 "vEGU21" session "NH6.1 Remotely Piloted Aircrafts Systems (RPAS) for Natural Hazard Characterization and Risk Assessment" / 欧州地球科学連合2021セッション「自然災害評価とリスクアセスメントのための無人航空機の活用」発表募集

例年、ウィーンで開催されるEGU(欧州地球科学連合)は、来年2021年は完全オンラインで行われることとなりました。4月19〜30日の期間です。この"vEGU21"でも、無人航空機と自然災害のセッションを例年通り開催いたします。オンラインのため全世界から参加しやすくなっており、欧州に限らず、日本を含むアジア、オセアニア、またその他の地域にお住まいの皆様からも、多くの発表をお待ちしております。

なお、今年の2020年EGUもすべてオンラインでの開催となりましたが、その際も当セッションは活況で、チャットに加えてリアルタイムビデオミーティングも行い、有益な議論を交わすことができました。



We would like to invite you to contribute to the following 2021 EGU (vEGU21) SESSION:

NH6.1 - Remotely Piloted Aircrafts Systems (RPAS) for Natural Hazard Characterization and Risk Assessment

Convener: Daniele Giordan
Co-Convener: Marc Adams, Yuichi S. Ayakawa, Francesco Nex, Fabio Remondino

SESSION DESCRIPTION
https://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU21/session/39031

The use of Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (also called UAS) for natural hazard characterization and hazard assessment has sharply increased in the last years. Nowadays, the massive diffusion of mini- and micro-RPAS is becoming a valuable alternative to the traditional monitoring and surveying techniques, opening novel and exciting viewpoints. The advantages of the use of RPAS are particularly crucial in areas characterized by hazardous natural processes, where the acquisition of high resolution remotely sensed data could be a powerful instrument to quickly assess the damages and plan effective rescues without any risk for operators.

In general, the primary goal of these systems is the collection of different data (e.g., images, LiDAR point clouds, gas or radioactivity concentrations) and the delivery of various products (e.g., 3D models, hazard maps, high-resolution orthoimages).

The use of RPAS has promising perspectives not only for natural hazards, but also in other fields of geosciences, to support a high-resolution geological or geomorphological mapping, or to study the evolution of active processes. The high repeatability of RPAS flights and their limited costs allows the multi-temporal analysis of a studied area. However, methodologies, best practices, advantages and limitations of this kind of applications are yet unclear and/or poorly shared by the scientific community.

This session aims at exploring the open research issues and possible applications of RPAS in particular for natural hazard but also for geosciences in general, collecting experiences, case studies, and results, as well as defining methodologies and best practices for their practical use. The session will concern the contributions aiming at i) introducing new methods for using RPAS in natural hazard scenarios, including autonomous flights ii) describing the development of new onboard sensors and fusion methodologies for the acquisition data with RPAS, iii) reporting new data processing methods, e.g. based on machine learning, for image or point cloud segmentation and classification, and iv) presenting original case studies that can be considered an excellent example for the scientific community.


Please, pass this information to anyone who might be interested and feel free to contact us if you need any help or support.

Looking forward to meeting you virtually!

Warmest Regards

Daniele Giordan, Marc Adams, Yuichi S. Hayakawa, Francesco Nex, Fabio Remondino


THE DEADLINE FOR ABSTRACT SUBMISSION IS: 
13 JANUARY 2021 at 13:00 CET


INSTRUCTIONS FOR ABSTRACT SUBMISSION
https://www.egu21.eu/abstracts_and_programme/how_to_submit_an_abstract.html

An Abstract processing charge of €40 gross must be paid for each abstract submission. For late abstracts a higher APC of €80 gross will be invoiced.

All first authors of abstracts submitted to the General Assembly 2021 have to be 2021 EGU members. The membership can be acquired upon abstract submission.

Guidelines for abstract submission can be found at:

 
Additional information

Please note that participation to vEGU21 will be allowed after the payment of a registration fee.

The registration fees are waived for (a) scientists receiving an EGU award or medal, (b) scientists with a permanent affiliation in a low- or lower-middle income country according to the World Bank definition, (c) PhD candidates from all middle income countries according to the World Bank definition, (d) 2021 EGU emeritus members, and (e) undergraduate or master students.

Full information about the EGU2021: https://egu21.eu/about/general_information.html