1 Voronin E.G.
Year: 
№: 
872
Pages: 
17-22
Abstract:
Flight photogrammetric calibration is a method of elements of interior orientation changes improvement during the survey instruments exploitation period. The calibration theory was developed in the second half of the twentieth century when topographic surveys were carried outmainly from the aircraft using individual aerial camera. Photogrammetric calibration of nowadays long-focal-length space survey systems have been ineffective. The articleis devoted to the causes of this phenomenonand finding ways to overcome the identified problem.
Citation:
Voronin E.G., 
(2013) Ambiguity of flight photogrammetric calibration. Geodesy and cartography = Geodezia i Kartografia, 872(2), pp. 17-22. (In Russian).
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Published: 20.03.2013

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