Course code GMFO205

GMFO205 Photogrammetry 2

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Course responsible: Ivar Maalen-Johansen
ECTS credits: 10
Faculty: Department of Mathematical Sciences and Technology
Teaching language: NO
(NO=norsk, EN=Engelsk)
Teaching exam periods:
This course starts in the Autumn parallel. This course has teaching/evaluation in the Autumn parallel.
Course frequency: Annually
First time: 2008H
Preferential right:
Course contents:

Lectures: The perspective projection. Linearisation and differential formula, formula development. Estimation of external orientation elements, Spatial re-section. Relative orientation, The Schut method. Absolute orientation. 3D conform transformation. Introduction to aerial triangulation, bundle block adjustment. Sources of error and quality. Mapping with drone. Relevant standards. Digital elevation models - production and use of, accuracy in DEM. Digital elevation models - interpolation and production of contour lines. Image matching, production of DEM on DPW. Digital ortophotos - production and use, accuracy of ortophotos. Digital aerial cameras - principles and modes of operation, geometrical and radiometric properties. Laser scanning from airplanes - introduction, instruments, principles, modes of operation, accuracy, fields of usage.

Exercises: Exterior orientation of a single image using bundle adjustment. Image matching. Project: Mapping with drone.

Learning outcome:
The students should have knowledge, understanding and some practical skills related to the orientation of images (taken from airplanes and satellites). This includes knowledge and understanding of the mathematical, optical and photographical basis of photogrammetry, the perspective projection, 3D-transformations and model deformations. Further, knowledge of and an understanding of various types of photogrammetric measurement and digital mapping, through both manual and automated methods, as well as the processing of data for presentation. In addition, practical skills in the use of relevant software. Introductory knowledge of airborne laser scanning is also included.
Learning activities:
Lectures, exercises and project work.
Teaching support:
Teaching support will be given primarily in connection with that part of the structured teaching that is set aside for exercise guidance. It will also be possible to communicate directly with the subject teacher by appointment during office hours.
Ø. Andersen: Orientering i stereoinstrument. Ø. Andersen: Nye bilde-tall-terreng. Kraus, 1997: Photogrammetrie Band 1. Grundlagen und Standardverfahren. Holsen, J., 1967: Fotogrammetri part 2, pages. 215-238. Schenk (1999): Digital Photogrammetry, Vol 1. Barstad (1998): Datafangst for terrengmodellering med digital fotogrammetri Barstad (2002): Høgdekartlegging med laserskanning frå fly. Baltsavias (1999): Airborne laser scanning: basic relations and formulas. Standarden Kontroll av geodata, SK, 2001. Standarden Produktspesifikasjon FKB versjon 4.0, Statens kartverk, 2007.
GMFO120, INF100, Matlab skills.
Recommended prerequisites:
Mandatory activity:
Exercises and project.
Oral exam when less than 20 students, otherwise written exam.
Nominal workload:
300 hours.
Entrance requirements:
Special requirements in Science
Reduction of credits:
Type of course:
56 h lectures and 56 h exercises
The examiner will assess the final oral test from every candidate and approves the exercise arrangements.
Allowed examination aids: Calculator handed out, no other aids
Examination details: One written exam: A - E / Ikke bestått