aerial photogrammetry

aerial photogrammetry

[′e·rē·əl ‚fōt·ə′gram·ə·trē]
(engineering)
Use of aerial photographs to make accurate measurements in surveying and mapmaking.

aerial photogrammetry

The use of aerial photographs in the science of photogrammetry. Photogrammetry is the science of making accurate measurements and drawings, especially surveying and mapmaking, by photographic means.
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He teaches forest planning, forest measurements, and aerial photogrammetry, and conducts research in applied forest management with particular emphasis on harvest scheduling, precision forestry, and geospatial technologies.
While retro-reflective targets could theoretically be used, aerial photogrammetry generally does not work at night without significant terrestrial lighting.
Weger has 30 years' experience in the surveying and mapping profession, including the management of 3-D high-definition terrestrial and mobile Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) and aerial photogrammetry projects throughout the U.
It is a new near real time application and low-cost alternative to the classical manned aerial photogrammetry (Eisenbeifi 2009).
First the mass of the city's constructions is carved out with aerial photogrammetry - millions of images taken from a camera mounted on a plane.
the surface changes caused by the exploitation were surveyed by GNSS and aerial photogrammetry.
In 1988, SD contracted with the private sector to obtain GPS control services intended for preliminary aerial photogrammetry surveys of three prospective transportation corridors: Eastern, Foothill, and San Joaquin Hills.
chose the DMC to help the company transition from analog to digital aerial photogrammetry.
The overall steps used during this study in order to measure snow-covered surface variability using aerial photogrammetry technique are being shown in Fig.
The LIDAR technicians will be involved with aerial photogrammetry and remote sensing projects throughout the South.
Aerial photogrammetry was chosen as an additional observation method to observe the whole subsiding area.
Common data entry methods include aerial photogrammetry, global positioning system (GPS), traditional surveying, and digitizing off of existing maps, each of which varies in cost and time limitations.