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The following is a brief introduction to photogrammetry and remote sensing for those who are new with the technology, written by Anil Narendran Pillai, Vice President — Geomatics at SBL. Photogrammetry, as its name implies, is a 3-dimensional coordinate measuring technique that uses photographs as the fundamental medium for metrology or measurement. The fundamental principle used by Photogrammetry is triangulation or more specifically called Aerial Triangulation. These lines of sight sometimes called rays owing to their optical nature are mathematically intersected to produce the 3-dimensional coordinates of the points of interest. The expression photogrammetry was first used by the Prussian architect Albrecht Meydenbauer in who fashioned some of the earliest topographic maps and elevation drawings. Photogrammetry services in topographic mapping is well established but in recent years the technique has been widely applied in the fields of architecture, industry, engineering, forensic, underwater, medicine, geology and many others for the production of precise 3D data. Remote Sensing is a closely aligned technology to photogrammetry in that it also collects information from imagery.
JSPRS has been established in with the objective to promote three dimensional measurement using photogrammetry. In these fifty years JSPRS has expanded her activities from analytical photogrammetry to digital photogrammetry, space remote sensing, laser scanning, GNSS, GIS and other geo-spatial technologies under the key words digital data. Geo-spatial data consist of image data has ability to produce animations, simulations and virtual surroundings as a 3D visualization. Therefore, the application areas of JSPRS also have enlarged to topography, geology, geography, civil engineering, agriculture, forestry, disaster management, snow and ice, industrial meteorology, cultural properties, 3D visualization and so on. JSPRS recognizes that digital photogrammetric technologies as listed above will be a key technology to promote a geo-spatial society where anybody, anytime and anywhere geo-spatial data and information would be available.
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Innovations in Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry
Photogrammetry is the science and technology of obtaining reliable information about physical objects and the environment through the process of recording, measuring and interpreting photographic images and patterns of electromagnetic radiant imagery and other phenomena. Photogrammetry appeared in the middle of the 19th century , almost simultaneously with the appearance of photography itself. The use of photographs to create topographic maps was first proposed by the French surveyor Dominique F. Arago in about
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