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AERIAL REMOTE SENSING and PHOTOGRAMMETRY

by Dr. J. Saravanavel Cers, Bdu
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AERIAL REMOTE SENSING and PHOTOGRAMMETRY by Dr. J. Saravanavel Cers, Bdu

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Dr. J. Saravanavel Cers,  Bdu
Dr. J. Saravanavel Cers, Bdu
6 Year Integrated M. Tech. Geotechnology and Geoinformatics e-Learning Material PAPER CODE: MTIGT0303 AERIAL REMOTE SENSING & PHOTOGRAMMETRY Dr. J. SARAVANAVEL Assistant Professor Centre for Remote Sensing Bharathidasan University Tiruchirappalli- 620023 Email: drsaraj@gmail.com e-learning Material - Aerial Photography and Photogrammetry. Dr.J.Saravanavel Assistant Professor, Centre for Remote Sensing, Bharathidasan University. drsaraj@gmail.com 1
MTIGT0303: AERIAL REMOTE SENSING & PHOTOGRAMMETRY -- 4credits 1. Aerial Photography: History - Types of Photographs - Scale of Photographs, (Scale in Vertical & Tilted Photographs, Average Photo scale) - Relief displacement - Tilt displacement - Scale distortions - Radiometric characters. 12 Hrs. 2. Stereo Models : Monoscopy - Stereoscopy - Pseudoscopy - Base height Ratio -Vertical Exaggeration - Stereoscopic Parallax & Height measurement - Analog Photogrametric Techniques. Photo Mosaics: Photo indexing - Photo mosaic (uncontrolled, semi controlled & Controlled mosaics) – Flight planning – Aerial triangulation. 16 Hrs. 3. Digital Photogrammetry I: Data sources and input processes (Digital Cameras, Operation principles, Scanners for analog to digital conversion) - Digital Photogrammetric techniques & processes (Digital Photogrammetric equipment, Stereo viewing, image measurements, coordinate systems, image transformation, image orientation) 16 Hrs. 4. Digital Photogrammetry II : Ortho Photo – Rectification – DEM- ALTM – SRTM, Cartosat. 5. Photo Interpretation Keys & Elements: LIDAR – 10 Hrs. Photo Interpretation Keys (Definition, its parts, Key sets, Types of Study) - Photo Interpretation Elements (Photo elements - Tone, Texture, Color, Shadow) - Geotechnical / Geomorphic elements (Landforms, Drainage, Erosional pattern, vegetative cover, Landuse, Shape & size of objects). 10 Hrs. e-learning Material - Aerial Photography and Photogrammetry. Dr.J.Saravanavel Assistant Professor, Centre for Remote Sensing, Bharathidasan University. drsaraj@gmail.com 2
Text Books: 1. Wolf, P.R. Elements of Photogrammetry Mcgraw Hill Book Co., Tokyo. 1974. 2. Moffit H.F. And Edward, M.M, Photogrammetry, 3rd Edition, Harper and Row Publishers, New York. 1980. 3. Bhatt. A.B., Aerial Photography & Remote Sensing (An Introduction), Bishen Singh& Mahendra Pal Singh Pub., 1994. 4. Rampal, Handbook of Aerial Photography and Interpretation, Concept publishing. 1999. References: 1. American Society of Photogrammetry, Manual of Remote Sensing (II Edition), ASP, Falls Church, Virginia. 1983. 2. Burnside, C.D., Mapping From Aerial Photographs, Collins Publishers. 1985. 3. John, T.Smith Jr, Manual of Colour Aerial Photography (I Edition) American Society of Photogrammetry, ASP Falls Church, Virginia, 1968. 4. Colwell, Robert, Manual of Photographic Interpretation, American Society Of Photogrammetry, ASP Falls Church, Virginia. 1960. 5. David Paine. Aerial Photography and Image Interpretation for Resource Management, John Wiley & Sons, New York. 2003. 6. Yves Egels; Digital Photogrammetry, Tailor & Francis Inc. 2002. 7. Yongru Huang A, Digital Photogrammetry system for Industrial Monitoring 8. George Joseph, Fundamentals of Remote Sensing, Cambridge University Press, 2nd Edition. 9. Shiv N. Pandey, Principles and Applications of Photogeology, Wiley Eastern Limited, India.1987. 10. Michel Kasser and Yves Egels, Digital Photogrammetry, Taylor & Francis Inc., 2002. e-learning Material - Aerial Photography and Photogrammetry. Dr.J.Saravanavel Assistant Professor, Centre for Remote Sensing, Bharathidasan University. drsaraj@gmail.com 3
UNIT: 1 - Aerial Photography: History - Types of Photographs Scale of Photographs, (Scale in Vertical & Tilted Photographs, Average Photo scale) - Relief displacement - Tilt displacement - Scale distortions Radiometric characters. e-learning Material - Aerial Photography and Photogrammetry. Dr.J.Saravanavel Assistant Professor, Centre for Remote Sensing, Bharathidasan University. drsaraj@gmail.com 4

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