Special Issue "Underwater 3D Recording & Modelling"
A special issue of Remote Sensing (ISSN 2072-4292).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 December 2019
Underwater (UW) 3D recording and modelling represent an open challenge for scientists and engineers in various disciplines. Sensors and algorithms developed and optimized for in-land applications are not best suited for the harsh conditions of the submerged environment. However, in the last years, we have been witnessing groundbreaking technological developments, which allow to measure, digitize, and study the underwater world with unprecedented accuracy and level of details. Photogrammetry-based approaches coupled with virtual and augmented reality (VR/AR) applications are becoming more and more diffuse in interdisciplinary communities, such as archeology, biology, industry. At the same time, acoustic and lidar sensors are leading the large-scale underwater mapping competition.
Motivated by this consideration, the current Special Issue aims to collect the best research papers that will be presented in the 2nd edition of the workshop ‘UNDERWATER 3D RECORDING & MODELLING’ organized in Limassol (Cyprus) on May 2–3, 2019, as well as to attract the latest contributions from the international community.
Authors are strongly encouraged to submit their works on innovative approaches, methodologies, and applications using acoustic, LiDAR, or image sensors in underwater photogrammetry, 3D reconstruction for VR and AR applications, cultural heritage and archaeology, 3D metrology, marine biology, 3D scanning, underwater platforms (ROV, robots, etc.), 4D modelling, bathymetry, sensor integration and data fusion, reference control, and accuracy assessment of underwater surveys.
Dr. Dimitrios Skarlatos
Dr. Fabio Bruno
Dr. Fabio Menna
Dr. Erica Nocerino
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Underwater 3D modelling
- 3D metrology
- Cultural heritage
- Virtual and augmented reality
- Sensor fusion
- 3D biological monitoring