EuroSDR project "Radiometric aspects of digital photogrammetric images" - Results of empirical phase

Abstract : This article presents the empirical research carried out in the context of the multi-site EuroSDR project "Radiometric aspects of digital photogrammetric images" and provides highlights of the results. The investigations have considered the vicarious radiometric and spatial resolution validation and calibration of the sensor system, radiometric processing of the image blocks either by performing relative radiometric block equalization or into absolutely reflectance calibrated products, and finally aspects of practical applications on NDVI layer generation and tree species classification. The data sets were provided by Leica Geosystems ADS40 and Intergraph DMC and the participants represented stakeholders in National Mapping Authorities, software development and research. The investigations proved the stability and quality of evaluated imaging systems with respect to radiometry and optical system. The first new-generation methods for reflectance calibration and equalization of photogrammetric image block data provided promising accuracy and were also functional from the productivity and usability points of view. The reflectance calibration methods provided up to 5% accuracy without any ground reference. Application oriented results indicated that automatic interpretation methods will benefit from the optimal use of radiometrically accurate multi-view photogrammetric imagery.
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Eija Honkavaara, Roman Arbiol, Lauri Markelin, Lucas Martinez, Stephane Bovet, et al.. EuroSDR project "Radiometric aspects of digital photogrammetric images" - Results of empirical phase. ISPRS Hannover 2011 Workshop, Jun 2011, Hannover, Germany. pp.123--130, ⟨10.5194/isprsarchives-XXXVIII-4-W19-123-2011⟩. ⟨hal-01883083⟩

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