phototriangulation

phototriangulation

[¦fōd·ō·trī‚aŋ·gyə′lā·shən]
(engineering)
The extension of horizontal or vertical control points, or both, by photogrammetric methods, whereby the measurements of angles and distances on overlapping photographs are related into a spatial solution using the perspective principles of the photographs.
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To test the methodology one bundle adjustment phototriangulation were made, using laser scanner control points and using GPS control points to check.
Key words: Planes Feature Extraction, Airborne Laser Scanner, Phototriangulation, Exterior Orientation, Control Point, Normal Vectors Adjustment.