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This two day in-person seminar introduces students to the fundamentals of photogrammetry. Students will learn about the tools, techniques, and best practices required to successfully produce a range of photogrammetric outputs, including: oorthomosaics, textured meshes, and point clouds.
The seminar will address the full photogrammetry workflow, covering mission planning, automated and manual data collection, quality control standards, processing, and output file formats. Specific emphasis will be placed on the theory and practical application of different data collection methods required for various photogrammetry project requirements. Students will learn about the difference between automated nadir and oblique datasets and their respective use cases, as well as best practices for manually flown infrastructure and building envelope data collection.
Students will also learn about the critical roll of GNSS positioning and the use of ground control points to increase the global accuracy of photogrammetry productions. To conclude, the seminar will provide an overview of further data segmentation techniques like feature extraction and the classification of point cloud datasets.
This seminar is designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills required to produce high-quality, professional photogrammetry projects adapted to a wide range of use cases.
We offer a full unconditional refund of any course fee, providing it is requested more than 7 days from the commencement of the course. After this time a credit will be issued for use with any course, subject to availability.
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