31 August 2016 Front Matter: Volume 9688
Proceedings Volume 9688, Fourth International Conference on Remote Sensing and Geoinformation of the Environment (RSCy2016); 968801 (2016); doi: 10.1117/12.2256266
Event: Fourth International Conference on Remote Sensing and Geoinformation of the Environment, 2016, Paphos, Cyprus
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Numbers in the index correspond to the last two digits of the six-digit citation identifier (CID) article numbering system used in Proceedings of SPIE. The first four digits reflect the volume number. Base 36 numbering is employed for the last two digits and indicates the order of articles within the volume. Numbers start with 00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 0A, 0B...0Z, followed by 10-1Z, 20-2Z, etc.

Abdelaty, Emad Fawzy Saad, 03

Aben, Ilse, 0B

Achilleos, Georgios, 1K

Agapiou, Athos, 0F, 0Y, 1W, 1Z

Akçit, Nuhcan, 1I, 1U

Aldea, Alexandru, 1B

Aldea, Mihaela, 1B, 1X, 1Y, 20

Alexandridis, T., 1R

Alverti, Maroula, 19

Anastasiou, Constantina, 25

Anastassopoulos, Vassilis, 0C

Antonacci, Gianluca, 0H

Apolloni, Roberto, 0H

Apostolopoulos, Konstantinos, 17

Athanasiou, V., 0W

Badea, Alexandru, 15

Baranovskiy, Nikolay V., 23

Barazzetti, Luigi, 04, 07, 09

Bartholy, Judit, 1J

Belov, Vladimir V., 23

Benedetti, Guido, 0H

Bernini, Guido, 0O

Bliziotis, Dimitris, 0J, 0M, 0P

Bokolas, V., 0W

Borges, P. A. V., 1M

Bournaris, T., 1T

Brauns, Agris, 1G, 1Q

Broquetas, A., 1M

Cacace, C., 0V

Calado, H., 1M

Caradonna, Grazia, 08

Cavaliere, Roberto, 0H

Cerra, Daniele, 1W

Chabok, Mirahmad, 0Q

Charalambous, Elisavet, 0P

Charalampis Spondylidis, Spyridon, 1F

Charalampopoulou, Betty, 0J

Chatzigrigoriou, Pavlos, 0S, 0W

Chouzouri, A., 1R

Chrysoulakis, Nektarios, 0A

Cigna, Francesca, 0X, 1V, 21

Cimpeanu, Sorin, 15

Cuca, Branka, 04, 09, 0Y

Dana Negula, Iulia, 15

Danezis, Chris, 25

Delegou, Ekaterini, 10

Demetriou, Demetris, 06

Depountis, Nikolaos, 0K

de Vries, Johan, 0B

Dezso, Zsuzsanna, 1J

Dimitrakos, A., 1R

Dimopoulou, Efi, 02

Di Napoli, Claudia, 0H

Dingjan, Jos, 0B

Dore, Nicole, 0V

Dragozi, Eleni, 0N

Engel, Marina V., 23

Erins, Gatis, 1Q

Fedorovicha, Dagnija, 1G

Filipovs, Jevgenijs, 1G, 1Q

Fragkos, Panagiotis, 1L

Fricke, Cathy, 1J

Ftika, Z., 1N

Fusilli, Lorenzo, 0O

Gainullin, I. I., 0Z

Galanis, G., 1R

Gaman, Florian, 1X, 1Y, 20

Georgi, J., 1N

Georgiou, Andreas, 1U

Georgiou, Nikolas, 25

Gertman, Isaac, 1O

Gessner, Ursula, 1W

Gianinetto, Marco, 07

Giovagnoli, Annamaria, 0V

Gitas, Ioannis Z., 0J, 0N, 1H

Gkadolou, Eleni, 11

Gkeli, Maria, 17

Godin, Eugeny, 1O

Godinho, R., 1M

Govedarica, Miro, 14

Grigoriadis, Dionysios, 0N

Hacker, Jorg M., 0Q

Hadjimitsis, Diofantos G., 0F, 0Y, 19, 1S, 1T, 1W, 1Z

Harrison, Anna, 1V

Hoogeveen, Ruud, 0B

Iacoboaea, Cristina, 1X, 1Y, 20

Ingerov, Andrey, 1O

Ioannides, M., 0W

Ioannidis, Charalabos, 10, 17, 1L, 1P

Isaeva, Elena, 1C, 1O

Jakovels, Dainis, 1G, 1Q

Jovanović, Dušan, 14

Kalaitzidis, Chariton, 1H

Kalopesas, C., 1R

Kara, Can, 1I

Karagianni, Aikaterini Ch., 1D

Karaolia, A., 1E

Kareklas, George, 24

Katagis, Thomas, 0J

Katsanos, Dimitrios, 0G

Katsigiannis, P., 1R

Kavoura, Katerina, 0K

Keramitsoglou, Iphigenia, 18

Khaliulin, Alexey, 1C, 1O

Khelfi, M. F., 05

Khomyakov, P. V., 0Z

Kiranoudis, Chris T., 18

Kirtas, Emmanouil, 0M

Kleipool, Quintus, 0B

Konstantinidou, E., 1N

Konstantopoulou, Maria, 0K

Kostyrko, Mikołaj, 0R, 0U

Kountios, Georgios 1S, 1T

Koutras, Nikolaos, 0P

Krauß, Thomas, 0E, 1W

Kutser, Tiit, 1G

Kyriakidis, Phaedon, 19

Kyriou, Aggeliki, 0C, 0K

Kyrkou, Athanasia, 1P

Lagarias, Apostolos, 16

Lakakis, Konstantinos, 0D

Laneve, Giovanni, 0O

Lantzanakis, Giannis, 0A

Lasaponara, Rosa, 1W

Lateb, Mustapha, 1H

Lazaridou, Maria A., 1D

Lee, Kathryn, 0X, 1V

Lelieveld, Jos, 0G

Liantinioti, Chrysa, 0J

Ligi, Martin, 1G

Luca, Oana, 1X, 1Y, 20

Ludewig, Antje, 0B

Lysandrou, Vasiliki, 0Y, 1W

Makra, Konstantia, 0M

Maltezos, Evangelos, 0M, 0P, 1P

Marini, Eleftheria, 0M

Markou, M., 1S

Marzialetti, Pablo, 0O

Masini, Nicola, 1W

Mathew, T. R., 12

McGrath, Andrew J., 0Q

Melillos, George, 0F

Merler, Giacomo, 0H

Michaelides, Silas, 0F, 0G

Michailidis, Anastasios, 1T

Milis, Marios, 24

Millington, Andrew, 0Q

Mitraka, Zina, 0A

Moise, Cristian, 15

Monteleone, Antonio, 0V

Moropoulou, Antonia, 10

Mourafetis, George, 17

Neocleous, D., 1S

Nikolaidis, Andreas, 1C, 1E, 1O

Nikolakopoulos, Konstantinos G., 0C, 0K

Nikolakopoulou, V., 0W

Nisantzi, Argyro, 0Y, 1W

Novelli, Antonio, 08, 13

Onoufriou, Toula, 24

Ording, Barend, 0B

Paavel, Birgot, 1G

Papadavid, Giorgos, 0F, 1S, 1T

Papakonstantinou, Apostolos, 1F

Parlow, Eberhard, 1X, 1Y, 20

Patakas, A., 1R

Petrescu, Florian, 1X, 1Y, 20

Piazza, Andrea, 0H

Pitilakis, Dimitris, 0M

Poenaru, Violeta, 15

Pongracz, Rita, 1J

Popović, Dragana, 14

Potsiou, Chryssy, 17

Prastacos, Poulicos, 11, 16

Pretto, Ilaria, 0H

Previtali, Mattia, 04, 09

Prodromou, Maria, 0F

Rączkowski, Włodzimierz, 0R, 0U

Retalis, Adrianos, 0G

Rovithis, Emmanouil, 0M

Ruciński, Dominik, 0R, 0U

Sabatakakis, Nikolaos, 0C, 0K

Sabo, Filip, 14

Saidi, A., 05

Savastru, Dan M., 0L, 22

Savastru, Roxana S., 0L, 22

Savvaidis, Alexandros, 0M

Scaioni, Marco, 07

Schreier, Gunter, 1W

Sercaianu, Mihai, 1X, 1Y, 20

Serraos, Konstantinos, 19

Sherstnyov, Vladislav S., 23

Sidiropoulos, Andreas, 0D

Sismanidis, Panagiotis, 18

Sitdikov, A. G., 0Z

Skitsas, Michael, 0P

Skocki, Krzysztof, 0I

Solou, Dimitra, 02

Soulakellis, Nikolaos, 1F

Soulis, George, 1A

Stavrakoudis, Dimitris, 0N

Stefanidou, Alexandra, 0N

Stylianou, A., 1S

Stylianou, S., 1E

Tantele, Elia A., 24, 25

Tapete, Deodato, 0X, 1V, 21

Tarantino, Eufemia, 08

Taskovs, Juris, 1G, 1Q

Themistocleous, Kyriakos, 0F, 0P, 0T, 0Y, 1W, 1Z

Todeschini, Ilaria, 0H

Tompoulidou, Maria, 0N, 1H

Topouzelis, Konstantinos, 1F

Trache, M. A., 05

Tsakiridis, N., 1R

Tsilimantou, Elisavet, 10

Tymvios, Filippos, 0G

Tzouvaras, Marios, 0Y

Usmanov, B. M., 0Z

Vacanas, Yiannis, 1Z

Važić, Radmila, 14

Veefkind, Pepijn, 0B

Vohora, V. K., 12

Voors, Robert, 0B

Votsis, Renos A., 24, 25

Wilgocka, Aleksandra, 0R

Xagoraris, Zafiris, 1A

Yankovich, Elena P., 23

Zalidis, G., 1R

Zhuk, Elena, 1C, 1E, 1O

Zigkiris, S., 1N

Zodiatis, George, 1C, 1E, 1O

Zoran, Maria A., 0L, 22

Conference Committee

Conference Chairs

  • Kyriacos Themistocleous, Cyprus University of Technology (Cyprus)

  • Diofantos G. Hadjimitsis, Cyprus University of Technology (Cyprus)

  • Silas Michaelides, Cyprus University of Technology (Cyprus)

  • Giorgos Papadavid, Agricultural Research Institute (Cyprus)

Conference Review Committee

  • Vincent Ambrosia, NASA (United States)

  • Ioannis Gitas, Aristotle University (Greece)

  • Gunter Schreier, DLR (German Aerospace Center) (Germany)

  • Albert Ansmann, Leibniz Institute for Tropospheric Research (Germany)

  • Andreas Georgopoulos, National Technical University of Athens (Greece)

  • Sakellaris Hourdas, European Commission (Belgium)

  • Rosa Lasaponara, CNR (Italy)

  • Nicola Masini, CNR (Italy)

  • Pantelis Michalis, KEMEA (Greece)

  • Axel Posluschny, Roman Germanic Commission, German Archaeological Institute (Germany)

  • Armin Schmidt, GeodataWIZ Ltd. (United Kingdom)

  • George Zalidis, Aristotle University (Greece) and I-BEC (Greece)

  • Konstantinos Nikolakopoulos, University of Patras (Greece)

  • Charalabos Ioannides, National Technical University of Athens (Greece)

  • Nektarios Chrysoulakis, FORTH (Greece)

  • Adrianos Retalis, National Observatory of Athens (Greece)

  • Tasos Lampropoulos, National Technical University of Athens

Organizing Committee

  • Kyriacos Themistocleous, Cyprus University of Technology (Cyprus)

  • Diofantos G. Hadjimitsis, Cyprus University of Technology (Cyprus)

  • Silas Michaelides, Cyprus University of Technology (Cyprus)

  • Giorgos Papadavid, Agricultural Research Institute (Cyprus)

  • Skevi Perdikou, Frederick University (Cyprus)

  • Athos Agapiou, Cyprus University of Technology (Cyprus)

  • Phaedon Kyriakidis Cyprus University of Technology (Cyprus)

  • Chris Danezis Cyprus University of Technology (Cyprus)

  • Christiana Papoutsa, Cyprus University of Technology (Cyprus)

  • Marios Tzouvaras, Cyprus University of Technology (Cyprus)

  • Andreas Christofe, Cyprus University of Technology (Cyprus)

  • Branca Cuca, Cyprus University of Technology (Cyprus)

  • Kyriacos Neocleous, Cyprus University of Technology (Cyprus)

  • Rodanthi Mammouri, Cyprus University of Technology (Cyprus)

  • Argyro Nisanzti, Cyprus University of Technology (Cyprus)

  • Vassiliki Lysandrou, Cyprus University of Technology (Cyprus)

  • Christoudoulos Mettas Cyprus University of Technology Cyprus)

  • George Mellilos Cyprus University of Technology Cyprus)

  • Marios Zervas Cyprus University of Technology (Cyprus)

Keynote Speakers

  • Vincent Ambrosia, NASA (United States)

  • Simon Jutz, ESA—European Space Agency

  • Daniel Barok, Israeli Space Agency (Israel)

  • Sakellaris Hourdas, European Commission

  • Steffen Kuntz, Airbus Defence and Space (Germany)

  • Pierantonios Papazoglou, Cyprus Research Promotion Foundation (Cyprus)

Session Chairs

  • 1 GIS

    Demetris Demetriou, Public Works Department (Cyprus)

  • 2 GIS

    Efi Dimopoulou, National Technical University of Athens (Greece)

  • 3 Remote Sensing

    Konstantinos Nikolakopoulos, University of Patras (Greece)

  • 4 Atmospheric

    Alexander Khain, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Israel)

  • 5 Remote Sensing

    Thomas Krauß, DLR (German Aerospace Center) (Germany)

  • 6 Atmospheric

    Albert Ansmann, Leibniz Institute for Tropospheric Research (Germany)

  • 7 Remote Sensing

    Luigi Barazzetti, Politecnico di Milano (Italy)

  • 8 Natural Hazards: Special Session

    Vincent Ambrosia, NASA (United States)

    Ioannis Gitas, Aristotle University (Greece)

    Konstantina Makra, Institute of Engineering Seismology and Earthquake Engineering (Greece)

  • 9 Sensing the Past: Remote Monitoring for Archaeology and Cultural Heritage

    Rosa Lasaponara, CNR (Italy)

    Włodzimierz Rączkowski, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań (Poland)

  • 10 Remote Sensing for Agriculture

    Phaedon Kyriakidis Cyprus University of Technology (Cyprus)

  • 11 Sensing the Past: Remote Monitoring for Archaeology and Cultural Heritage

    Armin Schmidt, GeodataWIZ Ltd. (United Kingdom)

    Nicola Masini, CNR (Italy)

  • 12 Real Estate: Green and Blue Growth

    Charalabos Ioannides, National Technical University of Athens (Greece)

  • 13 Sensing the Past: Remote Monitoring for Archaeology and Cultural Heritage

    Włodzimierz Rączkowski, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań (Poland)

  • 14 Real Estate: Green and Blue Growth

    Tasos Labropoulos, Neapolis University (Cyprus)

  • 15 Sensing the Past: Remote Monitoring for Archaeology and Cultural Heritage

    Andreas Georgopoulos, National Technical University of Athens (Greece)

    Antonia Moropoulou, National Technical University of Athens (Greece)

  • 16 Coastal Waters, Oceans ad Large Water Regions

    Gerald Dörflinger, Water Development Department (Cyprus)

  • 17 Land Cover

    Chariton Klaitzidis, CIHEAM/Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Chania (Greece)

  • 18 Coastal Waters, Oceans ad Large Water Regions

    Konstantinos Topouzelis, University of the Aegean (Greece)

    Aikaterini Karagianni, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece)

  • 19 Land Cover

    Georgios Achilleos, Cyprus University of Technology (Cyprus)

  • 20 Land Cover

    Charalabos Ioannides, National Technical University of Athens (Greece)

  • 21 Defense and Security

    Betty Charalampopoulou, GeoSystems Hellas (Greece)

  • 22 Copernicus Contribution to Cultural Heritage

    Gunter Schreier, DLR (German Aerospace Center) (Germany)

Introduction

The organizing committee, scientific committee and editors would like to thank the authors and participants who attended the Fourth International Conference on Remote Sensing and Geoinformation of Environment (RSCy2016) in Paphos, Cyprus, which took place 4-8 April 2016. The conference focused on emerging issues in remote sensing and geo-information of environment. The keynote speakers and thought-provoking technical program encouraged the exchange of ideas and provided the foundation for future collaboration and innovation. The RSCy2016 Conference was organized by the Cyprus Remote Sensing Society and co-organized by the Cyprus University of Technology, ESA (European Space Agency), NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration), ETEK (Cyprus Scientific and Technical Chamber), the Department of Meteorology, the Department of Electronic Communications of the Ministry of Communications and Works, GEO (Group on Earth Observations), DLR (German Aerospace Center), the Agricultural Research Institute, Copernicus, Frederick University and Neapolis University. Supporters of the RSCy2016 include the CLIMA, PROTHEGO and ATHENA project consortium, who are included in the workshops “Sensing the Past: Remote Monitoring for Archaeology and Cultural Heritage” and “Copernicus contribution to Cultural Heritage”.

The conference was opened by Marios Demetriades, Minister of Communication and Public Works. The conference included six keynote talks, over 150 presentations, 24 sessions and two workshops, presented by experts from over 35 countries. We thank the authors for sharing their knowledge and enthusiasm.

The RSCy2016 was a great opportunity to host the ATHENA-Remote Sensing Science Center for Cultural Heritage workshop. The ATHENA project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme, grant agreement No 691936, under the “Spreading Excellence and Widening Participation”, of the call H2020-TWINN-2015: Twinning (Coordination and Support Action). The ATHENA project aims to establish a Center of Excellence in the field of remote sensing for cultural heritage in the areas of archaeology and cultural heritage through the development of an enhanced knowledge base and innovative methods. This center will be established by combining the existing Remote Sensing and Geo-environment Research Laboratory at the Cyprus University of Technology (CUT) with internationally-leading counterparts from other member states of the EU, such as the Institute of Archaeological and Architectural Heritage of the National Research Council of Italy (IBAM-CNR) and the German Aerospace Centre (DLR). The CLIMA and PROTHEGO consortiums are funded in the framework of the Joint Programming Initiative on Cultural Heritage and Global Change (JPICH) – HERITAGE PLUS, under ERA-NET Plus, and the Seventh Framework Programme (FP7) of the European Commission. The CLIMA project explores how webGIS and remote sensing can be useful tools to monitor, protect and manage Archaeological landscapes from environmental risks. The PROTHEGO project aims to make an innovative contribution towards the analysis of geohazards in areas of cultural heritage in Europe.

The following papers, reviewed for presentation and accepted for publication by the scientific committee, represent continued advancements in the field of remote sensing and geo-information. The program, which included both oral and poster presentations, was organized around nine major themes: Agriculture, Atmospheric, Coastal Waters-Ocean-Large Water Regions, Remote Sensing for Cultural Heritage, GIS, Land Cover, Real Estate-Blue & Green Growth, Remote Sensing, Seismic-Flooding-Fires-Hazards, and Surveillance. The abstracts and subsequent papers make important contributions to the open scientific literature on remote sensing and geoinformation. As well, the conference was enhanced by the inclusion the special session on Natural Hazards as well as the workshops, “Sensing the Past: Remote Monitoring for Archaeology and Cultural Heritage,” “Copernicus Contribution to Cultural Heritage,” and “Defense and Security.” We are honored that so many experts from all over the world specializing in so many diverse areas of remote sensing and geoinformation attended the conference. This conference was an excellent opportunity for colleagues to share their knowledge, network and collaborate together on future research.

We would like to thank the keynote speakers, conference review committee, organizing committee, and session chairs for providing assistance during the conference. We would also like to thank our sponsors for their support. Thank you as well to the staff at SPIE for following the proceedings through the publication process.

Kyriacos Themistocleous

Diofantos G. Hadjimitsis

Silas Michaelides

Giorgos Papadavid

Conference Sponsorship and Support

Conference Organizers

  • Cyprus Remote Sensing Society (Cyprus)

Conference Co-organizers

  • Cyprus University of Technology (Cyprus)

  • ESA—European Space Agency

  • GEO (Group on Earth Observations) (Switzerland)

  • DLR (German Aerospace Center) (Germany)

  • NASA (United States)

  • Department of Electronic Communications of the Ministry of Communications and Works (Cyprus)

  • ETEK (Cyprus Scientific and Technical Chamber) (Cyprus)

  • Agricultural Research Institute (Cyprus)

  • Department of Meteorology (Cyprus)

  • Neapolis University (Cyprus)

  • Frederick University (Cyprus)

  • Hellas Sat (Greece)

Sponsors

  • NetU (Cyprus)

  • ESA—European Space Agency

  • Hexagon Geospatial (United States)

  • GeoSystems Hellas (Greece)

  • Aditess (Cyprus)

  • KEMEA (Greece)

  • Spectra Vista Corporation (SVC) (United States)

  • Agisoft (Russian Federation)

  • Copernicus (France)

  • HellasGIS (Greece)

  • QuestUAV (United Kingdom)

Supported by

  • “Athena” H2020-TWINN2015 EU-691936

  • “Clima” JPI Heritage Plus/0314/07

  • “Prothego” JPI Heritage Plus/0314/36

Conference Secretariat

  • Smart Events (Cyprus)

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