Aerial Mapping: Methods and Applications, Second Edition

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CRC Press, Nov 13, 2001 - Technology & Engineering - 216 pages
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Building on the foundation of the bestselling first edition, Aerial Mapping: Methods and Applications, Second Edition provides you with a practical understanding of aerial photography, remote sensing, and photogrammetric mapping. The content is deliberately semi-technical and processes are discussed in a manner easily accessible to anyone regardless of their technical or scientific background.

This new edition highlights the significant changes in equipment and techniques. High-speed computers, scanners, and remote sensors have changed the way mapping is done. The principles of photogrammetry, image analysis, and remote sensing have become dynamically intertwined. With the solid grounding in basic procedures that Aerial Mapping: Methods and Applications, Second Edition provides you can apply your knowledge to the special conditions of each aerial mapping project.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
112 Photogrammetrists and Image Analysts
2
1132 Effort
3
Electromagnetic Energy
5
22 ELECTROMAGNETIC SPECTRUM
6
221 Visible Light
7
222 Infrared
8
Aerial Films
9
10532 Vertical
85
1063 Size
86
1064 Control Point Selection
87
10642 Skeletal Control
88
Aerotriangulation
91
1112 Bridging Spans
92
1113 Skeletal Ground Control
93
11142 Point Pugging
94

3113 Infrared
10
32 SENSITOMETRY
11
35 RESOLUTION
12
361 Panchromatic
13
Airborne Sensor Platforms
15
422 MultiEngine Platform
16
44 NAVIGATION
18
46 AERIAL CAMERAS
19
4621 Magazine
20
463 Camera System
21
466 Digital Camera Components
22
Aerial Photographs
25
54 SOURCES OF AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHS
26
5412 American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing
27
5423 National Archives
28
Geometry of Aerial Photographs
29
62 GEOMETRY OF PHOTO SCALE
30
622 Controlling Photo Scale
31
624 Flight Height
32
63 PHOTO OVERLAP
33
632 Sidelap
35
64 STEREOMODEL
36
65 RELIEF DISPLACEMENT
37
652 Effects of Displacement
38
653 Distortion vs Displacement
40
66 MEASURING OBJECT HEIGHT
41
Map Compilation
43
7111 Georeferencing
45
7122 Softcopy Systems
46
713 Future Developments
47
72 DATA FORMAT
48
722 Vector Format
49
723 Attributes
50
Map Accuracies
51
82 RAMIFICATIONS OF FAULTY MAPPING
52
8222 Revised Schedule
53
832 National Map Accuracy Standards 1947
54
8331 Horizontal Inaccuracies
56
834 Federal Geographic Data Committee
57
84 PROCEDURAL SUGGESTIONS
58
842 Options
59
86 MAPPING SYSTEM ERRORS
60
Photo Scale Selection
61
92 PHOTO SCALEMAP SCALECONTOUR INTERVAL
62
921 Planimetric Features
63
923 Topographic Features
64
9232 Photo ScaleContour Interval
65
9233 Contours from Existing Photos
66
9242 Incompatible Parameters
67
93 PLANNING AN AERIAL PHOTO MISSION
68
931 Laying Out Flight Lines
69
9313 Airborne Global Positioning System ABGPS Navigation
70
Geographic Referencing
73
1012 Digital Mapping Data
74
10131 Universal Transverse Mercator
75
10132 State Plane
76
10133 LatitudeLongitude
77
1022 Electronic Surveying
78
1031 Conventional Ground Survey
79
10421 Static Global Positioning System
80
1043 Airborne Global Positioning ABGPS
81
105 BASIC CONTROL NETWORKS
83
10522 Vertical Control
84
11144 Computer Processing
95
1116 Accuracy Check
96
11171 CFactor Adjustment
97
Photogrammetric Map Compilation
99
1222 Coordinate Systems
100
12223 LatitudeLongitude
101
12311 Feature Code
102
12313 Data String
103
12333 Annotation
104
125 DATA STANDARDS
106
1262 Ground Control Collection
107
1264 Stereomodel Orientation
108
12652 Topographic Features
109
12653 Data Scheme
110
1266 Ancillary Data Collection
111
Information Systems
113
132 COMPUTERAIDED MAPPING
114
134 DATA COLLECTION FOR INFORMATION SYSTEMS
115
1353 Areas of Specialty
116
Orthophotography
119
143 DIGITAL ORTHOPHOTO IMAGE PRODUCTION
120
1432 Design Parameters
121
14322 Image Scanning
122
14323 Ground Control
123
14324 Digital Elevation Model
124
144 ORTHOPHOTO COST
125
Remote Sensing
127
152 SEARCHING THE INTERNET
128
153 REMOTE SENSING SYSTEMS
129
1532 Scanners
130
15331 Aerial Camera
131
15333 Scanners
132
154 AERIAL PHOTO IMAGE SCANNING
136
155 SATELLITE IMAGERY
137
1551 Data Format
138
15534 Perspective Views
139
1562 SPOT
141
15622 Applications
143
15623 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Agency
144
15625 Earth Remote Sensing
147
15627 RADARSAT
148
15628 RDL Space Corporation
150
15629 Data Comparison
151
1573 Digital Multispectral Videography
153
1582 LANDSAT
154
Image Analysis
155
1612 Rectify Data
156
1614 Areal Mensuration
157
1622 Types of Keys
158
16235 Tone
159
Project Planning and Cost Estimating
161
1722 Define Products
163
173 PROCESSES
165
1732 Ground Survey Control
166
174 ESTIMATING PRODUCTION EFFORT AND COST
167
17412 Equipment
168
1743 Costing Photo Control Surveying
169
1746 Costing Orthophoto Images
170
Example of a Typical Photogrammetric Mapping Project Cost Estimation
173
A2 COST ESTIMATION PROCESS
177
SUGGESTED READING
183
Index
185
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