hello, am requesting notes on photogrammetry, in surveying
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Madeh Izat Hamakareem
You may find the following references useful:
Wolf, P.R. and Ghilani, C.D., 2002, Elementary surveying, an introduction to geomatics , X edition, Prentice Hall: New Jersy.
Wolf, P. R. and Dewitt, 2000, Elements of Photogrammetry with applications in GIS , McGraw Hill: Boston.
Slama, C. C. (Editor-in-Chief), 1980, Manual of Photogrammetry , American Society of Photogrammetry, 4 th ed., Bethesda, MD.
Moffit, F. H., 1959, Photogrammetry , International Textbook company: Scranton
Rampal, K. K., 1982, Text book of photogrammetry, Oxford & IBH: New Delhi.
PHOTOGRAMMETRIC IN SURVEY :-
At first photogrammetry is the science and technology of obtaining reliable information about physical objects and the environment through the process of recording, measuring and interpreting photographic images and patterns of electromagnetic radiant imagery and other phenomena.
Here in surveying photogrammetric surveying or photogrammetry is the branch of the surveying in which maps are prepared from photo-graphs taken from ground or air stations. It is the making of precise measurements from photographs; the making of maps from photographs especially from aerial surveying. In this method, object are measured without being touched.
-BROADLY PHOTOGRAMMETRY REQUIRES :-
* Planning and taking photographs
* Processing the photographs
* Measuring the photographs and reducing the measurement to produce end results
-FIELD APPLICATION OF PHOTOGRAMMETRY :-
* Used to conduct topographical survey or engineering surveys
* Suitable for mountainous and hilly terrain having little vegetation
* Used for geological mapping which includes identification of land, forms, rock types and rock structures
* Used in urban and regional planning applications