Calibration and Validation of Digital Airborne Cameras

@inproceedings{Cramer2006CalibrationAV,
  title={Calibration and Validation of Digital Airborne Cameras},
  author={M. Cramer},
  year={2006}
}
With the growing use of digital airborne imagers in daily operational data acquisition and processing the need for the development of guidelines and procedures for quality assurance and quality control is clearly obvious. Several national and international organizations are dealing with those topics, where focus is laid on the calibration, validation and certification of the new sensors. As an example the activities from USGS (United States) and EuroSDR (Europe) are presented within this… CONTINUE READING

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