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Sensor integration in airborne mapping

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C. K. Toth ; Center for Mapping, Ohio State Univ., Columbus, OH, USA

The rapid technological developments of the 90s have completely redefined the mapping practice. In less than a decade, digital techniques have come to outnumber traditional analog data acquisition and processing methods. Supported by unprecedented demand for large-volume, accurate spatial data, these new digital techniques emerged as dominant mapping technologies by the end of the decade. Two key components of this emerging technology are the electronic sensor-based digital camera and GPS/INS-based direct platform orientation. In fact, these new platform orientation systems are rapidly becoming a core component of modern airborne mapping and remote sensing systems

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Instrumentation and Measurement Technology Conference, 2001. IMTC 2001. Proceedings of the 18th IEEE  (Volume:3 )

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