PCV 2010 will be held in Paris, France, September 1-3, 2010.
PCV is an ISPRS selective conference covering all the aspects of computer vision and image analysis dealing with geomatics data (or geographic data). Papers in the main technical program must describe high-quality, original research and will be presented either orally in a single track or as a poster.
Slovakia, Hodrusa-Hamre, Banska Hodrusa. Adit Johannes Baptist is known before 18th century, later becomes a part of mine Schopfer on lower Hodrusa mine plant, the richest silver mine on Hodrusa valley. Technical monument inscribed to UNESCO world heritage list 'Technical monuments of historical town Banska Stiavnica and its vincinity'
Slovakia/Hodrusa-Hamre (HodruÅ¡a-HÃ¡mre)/main valley. The lower Hodrusa mine plant is one of the two compact mine plants in Stiavnicke Hills which have historical buildings, shafts, adits, water trench, and preparing plant etc. It is a national technical monument, inscribed in UNESCO world heritage list in 'Technical monuments of historical town Banska Stiavnica and its vincinity'.
Slovakia/Hodrusa-Hamre/lower reservoir. The lower water reservoir (528 m. above sea level) was built in 1739-1740 by Samuel Mikoviny below the older upper Hodrusa water reservoir. Earthy dam parametres: 199 m long, 5,7 m wide and 20 m high. Teh maximal volume of acumulated water is 641 000 cubic metres. Till this time the water is used as technical water for gold ore preparing plant on lower mine plant in HodruÅ¡a-HÃ¡mre. Technical monument inscribed in UNESCO world heritage list Technical monuments of historical town Banska Stiavnica and its vincinity.