Photogrammetry

Year
0
Academic year
2018-2019
Code
01001488
Subject Area
Área Científica do Menor
Language of Instruction
Portuguese
Mode of Delivery
Face-to-face
Duration
SEMESTRIAL
ECTS Credits
6.0
Type
Elective
Level
1st Cycle Studies

Recommended Prerequisites

Knowledge of Mathematical analysis and statistics.

Teaching Methods

The essential theoretical concepts that are approached in the theoretical classes will be presented simultaneously with the resolution of practical problems, as well as the use of equipment and software for processing and extract information from photographs and images. Students will accomplish a project in order to put into practice the knowledge they have acquired.

Learning Outcomes

Students are expected to master methods, technologies and photogrammetry practical techniques for extracting geo-spatial information from images that are obtained by means of optical sensors that are put either on space (aircrafts and satellites) or on the ground. The cases of vertical metrical photographies and the principles of analytic photogrammetry will be especially enhanced. In the end, the main systems of remote detection and the topo-cartographic exploration of high resolution satellite images will be approached in a general way.

Work Placement(s)

No

Syllabus

1. Principles for acquisition of photographs and images.

2. Cameras and other devices to capture images.

3. Stereoscopic and Parallax vision.

4. Analytical Orientation of Metrical Photographs.

5. Photogrammetric triangulation.

6. Orthophotography.

7. Planning and implementation of Photogrammetric projects.

8. Elements for remote detection.

Assessment Methods

Avaliação
relatório expondo todos os trabalhos executados no âmbito deste projecto: 35.0%
Exam: 65.0%

Bibliography

Elementos de fotogrametria Analítica. FCTUC. 2006.

2003. Berberan, A. Elementos de fotogrametria: aplicada à aquisição de informação geográfica.Edições Zavala.

2000. Wolf, P., and Dewitt, B. Elements of photogrammetry: with applications in

GIS. 3rd Edition, McGraw-Hill.