Photogrammetry is the use of photography for surveying primarily and is used for the production of maps from aerial photographs. Along with remote sensing, it represents the primary means of generating data for Geographic Information Systems (GIS). As technology develops, it is becoming easier to gain access to it. The cost of digital photogrammetric workstations are falling quickly and these new tools are therefore becoming accessible to more and more users. Digital Photogrammetry is particularly useful as a text for graduate students in geomantic and is also suitable for people with a good basic scientific knowledge who need to understand photogrammetry, and who wish to use the book as a reference.
Table of Contents
The Acquisition of Data. Toolboxes of General Use in Digital Photogrammetry. Aero-Triangulation. The Existing Digital Photogrammetric Workstations. Digital Tools. Orthophotography and Virtual Reality Use of Processed Digital Images. Meteorologic Applications of Digital Photogrammetry.