Evaluation of Orthomosics and Digital Surface Models Derived from Aerial Imagery for Crop Type Mapping

@article{Wu2017EvaluationOO,
  title={Evaluation of Orthomosics and Digital Surface Models Derived from Aerial Imagery for Crop Type Mapping},
  author={Mingquan Wu and Chenghai Yang and Xiaoyu Song and Wesley Clint Hoffmann and Wenjiang Huang and Zheng Niu and Changyao Wang and Wang Li},
  journal={Remote Sensing},
  year={2017},
  volume={9},
  pages={239}
}
Orthomosics and digital surface models (DSM) derived from aerial imagery, acquired by consumer-grade cameras, have the potential for crop type mapping. In this study, a novel method was proposed for extracting the crop height from DSM and for evaluating the orthomosics and crop height for the identification of crop types (mainly corn, cotton, and sorghum). The crop height was extracted by subtracting the DSM derived during the crop growing season from that derived after the crops were harvested… CONTINUE READING
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