On the Use of Direct Georeferencing in Airborne Photogrammetry

@inproceedings{Cramer2000OnTU,
  title={On the Use of Direct Georeferencing in Airborne Photogrammetry},
  author={Michael Cramer},
  year={2000}
}
With the availability of high-end integrated GPS/inertial systems the direct georeferencing of airborne imaging sensors becomes feasible even for highest accuracy demands. Such integrated systems provide the only way for an efficient orientation of the upcoming airborne digital line scanning sensors. Nevertheless, the use of GPS/inertial systems in combination with classical analogue aerial cameras is advantageous, too. To investigate the performance of direct orientation measurements in… CONTINUE READING

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