Aerial Triangulation | Part 1: A Very Simple Explanation | GeoErnest

Aerial Triangulation | Part 1 | A Very Simple Explanation

Aerial Triangulation (AT) is the process of optimally piecing together a block of overlapping aerial images such that you can make a map. The objective is to determine the position and orientation of each image in a mapping frame. Read more of this post
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Direct Georeferencing QA/QC Block Procedures for Aerial Camera, Part 2: Block Setup | GeoErnest

Direct Georeferencing QA/QC Block Procedures for Aerial Camera, Part 2: Block Setup | GeoErnest

To ensure that the final horizontal RMS ground accuracy is at the GSD level, a simple “QA/QC block” should be flown during each mission. Read more of this post

Direct Georeferencing QA/QC Block Procedures for Aerial Camera, Part1: Why you Need Them | GeoErnest

Direct Georeferencing | QA/QC Block Procedures for Aerial Camera Mapping, Part1 | GeoErnest

Let’s be frank, there are times when your directly georeferenced airborne camera measurement don’t fit your Ground reference points. Don’t panic and re-fly your mission. Don’t call the support team just yet. Let’s use QAQC block procedures to find what the issue is.  Read more of this post

Corridor Map | Low-Altitude Aerial Mapping-Final Part: 7.5 Tips for Maximum Accuracy

Corridor Map | Low-Altitude Aerial Mapping-Part 3 of 3 :  7.5 Tips for Maximum Accuracy

Here are 7.5 tips to reduce position and orientation error sources. This applies to ALL direct georeferencing users, not just corridor map producers. Read more of this post

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