VOLTA partners attending the ISPRS Workshop on “Evaluation and Benchmarking of Sensors, Systems and Geospatial Data in Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing”, September 2019, Warsaw (Poland)

VOLTA partners attending the EuroSDR workshop on “Geoprocessing and archiving historical aerial images”, June 2019, Paris (France)

VOLTA partners present at the GeoDelft 2018 International Conference, 1-5 Oct 2018, Delft (The Netherlands).

VOLTA present at the EU Researchers Night 2018 in Trento (Italy), Vienna (Austria), Bucharest (Romania), Warsaw (Poland) and Maribor (Slovenia).

VOLTA Summerschool “Automation in the Context of National Mapping Agency (NMA) Production“, TU Vienna (Austria), Sept 25-28, 2018

VOLTA supporter of the 1st EARSeL Workshop on “UAS for mapping and monitoring”, 5-7 September, 2018 Warsaw (Poland).

VOLTA present at the joint RFIAP/CFPT conference  (June 2018) – the first joint French conference between the AI / Pattern Recognition and Photogrammetry / Remote Sensing communities – with a poster presented by IGN France.

2nd project meeting in Riva del Garda (Italy) during the ISPRS Technical Commission 2 Symposium (June 2018).

Seminar on “Point cloud processing” (PCP2018), March 13th 2018, TU Delft, the Netherlands – a joint event with EuroSDRVOLTA project and Geonovum and is hosted by the 3D geoinformation group at TU Delft.

VOLTA presented at the V Forum GIS event on 28/2/2018 in Warsaw (Poland).

VOLTA partners (FBK, ICGC, OS GB, AVT and Vexcel) attended the EuroSDR/ISPRS workshop on Oblique Aerial Cameras which took place in Barcelona (Spain) on 9-10 Oct 2017 at ICGC premises. Some 50 participants from 12 countries joined the event which discussed the latest developments and achievements in oblique aerial cameras and image processing.

The European Researchers’ Nights (ERN), organised every September since 2005, is a Europe-wide public event dedicated to disseminate science. The VOLTA consortium joined the ERN in five cities: Trento (Italy), Vienna (Austria), Warsaw (Poland), Bucharest (Romania) and Nicosia (Cyprus). Stands with demos and videos as well as oral presentations helped visitors to discover scientific activities, meet researchers and enjoy science.

VOLTA kick-off meeting, June 7-8, Hannover (Germany) within the ISPRS Hannover Workshop.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s
Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Grant Agreement No 734687.