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Standard specifications for aerial photography for photogrammetric mapping.

United States. Geological Survey. Topographic Division

Standard specifications for aerial photography for photogrammetric mapping.

by United States. Geological Survey. Topographic Division

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Published in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aerial photogrammetry,
  • Aerial photography.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTA593 U67 1972A
    The Physical Object
    Pagination28p.
    Number of Pages28
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22300380M

      3. Space Photogrammetry: The space photogrammetry embraces all aspects of extraterrestrial photography and subsequent measurement wherein the camera may be fixed on earth, contained in an artificial satellite, or positioned on the moon or a planet. The term photo interpretation is applied to that branch of photogrammetry wherein aerial . Section 1 –Introduction .. 4. General . 4.

    Aerial Cartography. During the cartography process, extra detail is put into the final phase for Quality assurance and Quality Control. Our expert Cartography department combines and edits the compiled digital mapping data while examining the map . • Coordinate District aerial photography and mapping databases. • Authorize the acquisition of photography by the aerial photography service provider once the Party Chief has communicated that the area is ready for photography. • Maintain familiarity with photogrammetry contracts and specifications, and new photogrammetric File Size: 1MB.

    Photogrammetry. These Specifications for Photogrammetric Stereocompilation set forth the standards to be met and the general procedures to be followed in the production of digital photogrammetric stereocompilation for the New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT). As used in this document, 'stereocompilation' refers to photogrammetrically prepared large scale engineering mapping . The Photogrammetric Unit performs the following services: a. Prepare consultant contracts for aerial photography, overload photogrammetric mapping and photographic laboratory services. b. Review and recommend aerial photography and mapping requests. c. Provide photogrammetric (planimetric, topographic and cross section) mapping .


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Standard specifications for aerial photography for photogrammetric mapping by United States. Geological Survey. Topographic Division Download PDF EPUB FB2

NJDOT Minimum Guidelines for Aerial Photogrammetric Mapping Table of Contents TC- 2 c. Sidelap Quality of Photography Scale of Negatives PHOTOGRAMMETRIC GROUND CONTROL. Specifications For Aerial Photography And Mapping By Photogrammetric Methods For Highway Engineering Purposes. AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY FOR HIGHWAY ENGINEERING Fortunately.

Topics include aerial photography and standard line mapping products, including digital spatial data for use in computer-aided design and drafting (CADD) systems.

This manual should be used as a guide in planning mapping requirements, developing contract specifications, and preparing cost estimates for all phases of aerial photography. Standards and specifications are essential to facilitate the development and sharing of geospatial data and products.

National Geospatial Program (NGP) standards and specifications define requirements to ensure that all maps and data prepared by NGP, in support of The National Map. This standard includes positional accuracy standards for digital orthoimagery, digital planimetric data and digital elevation data.

Accu-racy classes, based on RMSE values, have been revised and upgraded from the standard to address the higher accuracies achievable with newer technologies. The standard File Size: 1MB. Provides procedures, minimum accuracy requirements, instrumentation and equipment requirements, and quality control criteria for photogrammetric mapping.

This work includes aerial photography and standard line mapping products. SPECIFICATIONS FOR SURVEYING, AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY AND MAPPING.

OF A PROPOSED TRANSMISSION LINE CORRIDOR. Introduction. These specifications are for plan & profile. Example of a Typical Photogrammetric Mapping Project Cost Estimation A.1 SPECIFICATION Project Description The contractor is requested to supply all necessary equipment, staff, and expertise required to generate full planimetric and topographic mapping.

standards for Topographic Mapping in the I.C.A.S. Specifications for Aerial Survey Photography. The operation of the camera shall be in accordance with the I.C.A.S. specifications.

Alternately, Small & Medium Format Digital Printed copy of this document is uncontrolled. For latest version see Specifications for Aerial Photography. Vertical aerial photography and digital imagery 5th edition, guidance note This document is designed as a specification for vertical aerial photography typically required for: † photogrammetric mapping.

e.g. photo-identifiable points) the aerial photography flight. Whenever possible, targets should be used. Photo control is used to control the photogrammetric mapping and DTMs required for a project. CFL Centerline Reference and Terrain Verification Specifications; Mapping Standards and Specifications.

CFL Symbol and Cell Information; CFL Film Can Label; CFL Specifications for LiDAR Services; CFL Specifications for Aerial Photography; Photogrammetric Specifications. CFL Specifications for Co-Located Digital Aerial Photography. from aerial photographs and satellite image data (remote sensing)—set up a committee in to draft accuracy specifications.

Sparked by this work, agencies of the Federal Government, including the USGS, began their own inquiries and studies of map. Obtaining aerial photos • The majority of aerial photos are taken for photogrammetric purposes (e.g., to provide information to be used in the creation of a topographic map).

• To meet those purposes, stereo aerial File Size: 5MB. USGS AERIAL CAMERA SPECIFICATIONS PRECISION AERIAL MAPPING CAMERA Tested and calibrated aerial cameras for taking aerial photographs are required.

Camera systems must be compatible with precision stereoscopic mapping instruments and with analytical mensuration procedures used in photogrammetric. Towill performs more than aerial photogrammetric mapping projects each year, ranging from large-scale ( or ) mapping used for engineering design projects to small-scale mapping (, Location: Clayton Road, SuiteConcord,CA.

standards described in this Chapter. Aerial Photogrammetry Aerial photogrammetry is the science of deducing the physical dimensions of objects on or above the surface of the Earth from measurements on aerial File Size: 1MB.

Standard Specifications and Provisions; Roadway Standard Drawings (Archived) How to find out more about NCDOT Aerial Imagery Consultant Information (PEF) Documents. Pre-qualification requirements for aerial photography & photogrammetric.

and parameters for aerial photography by the use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle and to outline the main photogrammetric requirements that can be accepted as the basis for preparing the technical specification of aerial mapping project and realization of photogrammetric workflow applying the UAV-Photogrammetry technology.

Project specification. Vertical Aerial Photography and Digital Imagery, 5th edition By advising on best practice, this guidance is intended to assist all those connected with the request, purchase and production of surveys and mapping.

Photogrammetric map compilation is performed using a fully digital workflow supported by state-of-the-art workstations. More importantly, the results are formatted explicitly to your specifications.

All mapping .Book Description. 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.Published by RICS Business Services Limited a wholly owned subsidiary of The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors under the RICS Books imprint Surveyor Court Westwood Business Park Coventry CV4 8JE UK This document supercedes Specification for Vertical Air Photography.