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A geograhic data gathering system for image geolocalization refining

Abstract : Image geolocalization has become an important research field during the last decade. This field is divided into two main sections. The first is image geolocalization that is used to find out which country, region or city the image belongs to. The second one is refining image localization for uses that require more accuracy such as augmented reality and three dimensional environment reconstruction using images. In this paper we present a processing chain that gathers geographic data from several sources in order to deliver a better geolocalization than the GPS one of an image and precise camera pose parameters. In order to do so, we use multiple types of data. Among this information some are visible in the image and are extracted using image processing, other types of data can be extracted from image file headers or online image sharing platforms related information. Extracted information elements will not be expressive enough if they remain disconnected. We show that grouping these information elements helps finding the best geolocalization of the image.
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Bernard Semaan, Myriam Servières, Guillaume Moreau, B. Chebaro. A geograhic data gathering system for image geolocalization refining. 2nd International Conference on Smart Data and Smart Cities , Oct 2017, Puebla, Mexico. pp.63 - 70, ⟨10.5194/isprs-annals-IV-4-W3-63-2017⟩. ⟨hal-01712515⟩



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