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Lightning talk at Esri UC on July 9, 2013

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  • Cameras included in this slide:1st row: Leica ADS100, DMC II, DMC 250, Trimble TAC 80MP, Panasonic ZS202nd row: Ultracam, Leica, Wescam MX-25 (Thermal video up to 7 sensors), M1-D Micro Thermal FLIR (UAV), Sony RX100 3rd row: Leica ALS70, Leica RCD30 oblique, Riegl VMX-250, ASC Dragoneye “Flash LiDAR”, contour GPS4th row: Riegl VQ-580,immersive media dodeca camera (street view),Leica ScanStation C5,Nikon D3000, iphone
  • INTENDED USE – AERIAL SURVEYCameras included in this slide:1st row: Leica ADS100, DMC II, DMC 250, Trimble TAC 80MP, Panasonic ZS202nd row: Ultracam, Leica, Wescam MX-25 (Thermal video up to 7 sensors), M1-D Micro Thermal FLIR (UAV), Sony RX100 3rd row: Leica ALS70, Leica RCD30 oblique, Riegl VMX-250, ASC Dragoneye “Flash LiDAR”, contour GPS4th row: Riegl VQ-580,immersive media dodeca camera (street view),Leica ScanStation C5,Nikon D3000, iphone
  • INTENDED USE – RECONNAISSANCECameras included in this slide:1st row: Leica ADS100, DMC II, DMC 250, Trimble TAC 80MP, Panasonic ZS202nd row: Ultracam, Leica, Wescam MX-25 (Thermal video up to 7 sensors), M1-D Micro Thermal FLIR (UAV), Sony RX100 3rd row: Leica ALS70, Leica RCD30 oblique, Riegl VMX-250, ASC Dragoneye “Flash LiDAR”, contour GPS4th row: Riegl VQ-580,immersive media dodeca camera (street view),Leica ScanStation C5,Nikon D3000, iphone
  • INTENDED USE – CONSUMERCameras included in this slide:1st row: Leica ADS100, DMC II, DMC 250, Trimble TAC 80MP, Panasonic ZS202nd row: Ultracam, Leica, Wescam MX-25 (Thermal video up to 7 sensors), M1-D Micro Thermal FLIR (UAV), Sony RX100 3rd row: Leica ALS70, Leica RCD30 oblique, Riegl VMX-250, ASC Dragoneye “Flash LiDAR”, contour GPS4th row: Riegl VQ-580,immersive media dodeca camera (street view),Leica ScanStation C5,Nikon D3000, iphone
  • SPECTRAL RANGE – COLORCameras included in this slide:1st row: Leica ADS100, DMC II, DMC 250, Trimble TAC 80MP, Panasonic ZS202nd row: Ultracam, Leica, Wescam MX-25 (Thermal video up to 7 sensors), M1-D Micro Thermal FLIR (UAV), Sony RX100 3rd row: Leica ALS70, Leica RCD30 oblique, Riegl VMX-250, ASC Dragoneye “Flash LiDAR”, contour GPS4th row: Riegl VQ-580,immersive media dodeca camera (street view),Leica ScanStation C5,Nikon D3000, iphone
  • SPECTRAL RANGE – INFRA-REDCameras included in this slide:1st row: Leica ADS100, DMC II, DMC 250, Trimble TAC 80MP, Panasonic ZS202nd row: Ultracam, Leica, Wescam MX-25 (Thermal video up to 7 sensors), M1-D Micro Thermal FLIR (UAV), Sony RX100 3rd row: Leica ALS70, Leica RCD30 oblique, Riegl VMX-250, ASC Dragoneye “Flash LiDAR”, contour GPS4th row: Riegl VQ-580,immersive media dodeca camera (street view),Leica ScanStation C5,Nikon D3000, iphone
  • SPECTRAL RANGE – THERMALCameras included in this slide:1st row: Leica ADS100, DMC II, DMC 250, Trimble TAC 80MP, Panasonic ZS202nd row: Ultracam, Leica, Wescam MX-25 (Thermal video up to 7 sensors), M1-D Micro Thermal FLIR (UAV), Sony RX100 3rd row: Leica ALS70, Leica RCD30 oblique, Riegl VMX-250, ASC Dragoneye “Flash LiDAR”, contour GPS4th row: Riegl VQ-580,immersive media dodeca camera (street view),Leica ScanStation C5,Nikon D3000, iphone
  • SPECTRAL RANGE – LIDARCameras included in this slide:1st row: Leica ADS100, DMC II, DMC 250, Trimble TAC 80MP, Panasonic ZS202nd row: Ultracam, Leica, Wescam MX-25 (Thermal video up to 7 sensors), M1-D Micro Thermal FLIR (UAV), Sony RX100 3rd row: Leica ALS70, Leica RCD30 oblique, Riegl VMX-250, ASC Dragoneye “Flash LiDAR”, contour GPS4th row: Riegl VQ-580,immersive media dodeca camera (street view),Leica ScanStation C5,Nikon D3000, iphone
  • Cameras included in this slide:1st row: Leica ADS100, DMC II, DMC 250, Trimble TAC 80MP, Panasonic ZS202nd row: Ultracam, Leica, Wescam MX-25 (Thermal video up to 7 sensors), M1-D Micro Thermal FLIR (UAV), Sony RX100 3rd row: Leica ALS70, Leica RCD30 oblique, Riegl VMX-250, ASC Dragoneye “Flash LiDAR”, contour GPS4th row: Riegl VQ-580,immersive media dodeca camera (street view),Leica ScanStation C5,Nikon D3000, iphone

Challenges & Opportunities of Aerial Image Acquistion Challenges & Opportunities of Aerial Image Acquistion Presentation Transcript

  • Challenges & Opportunities of Aerial Image Acquisition Dr. Terry Keating, CTO AeroMetric
  • Aerial Imagery Allows for Deliciously Sophisticated Geospatial Solutions
  • Aerial Imagery is not What it Used to Be
  • Aerial Imagery is not What it Used to Be  Jet  Plane – turboprop engine  Plane – twin engine  Plane – single engine  Unmanned Aerial Vehicle  Blimp  Balloon High-Medium Low Very Low Platforms
  • Aerial Imagery is not What it Used to Be  Jet  Plane – turboprop engine  Plane – twin engine  Plane – single engine  Unmanned Aerial Vehicle  Blimp  Balloon  Land – mobile  Land – handheld  Land – unmanned ground vehicle  Water – survey boat  Water – unmanned surface vehicle (USV)  Water – autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV)Platforms High-Medium Low Very Low Ground
  • Imagery is not What it Used to Be Platforms Sensors High-Medium Low Very Low GroundGround
  • Imagery is not What it Used to Be Platforms Sensors High-Medium Low Very Low Ground Intended Use  Survey
  • Imagery is not What it Used to Be Platforms Sensors High-Medium Low Very Low Ground Intended Use  Survey  Reconnaissance
  • Imagery is not What it Used to Be Platforms Sensors High-Medium Low Very Low Ground Intended Use  Survey  Reconnaissance  Consumer
  • Imagery is not What it Used to Be Platforms Sensors High-Medium Low Very Low Ground Intended Use  Survey  Reconnaissance  Consumer Spectral Range  Color
  • Imagery is not What it Used to Be Platforms Sensors High-Medium Low Very Low Ground Intended Use  Survey  Reconnaissance  Consumer Spectral Range  Color  Infra-Red
  • Imagery is not What it Used to Be Platforms Sensors High-Medium Low Very Low Ground Intended Use  Survey  Reconnaissance  Consumer Spectral Range  Color  Infra-Red  Thermal
  • Imagery is not What it Used to Be Platforms Sensors High-Medium Low Very Low Ground Intended Use  Survey  Reconnaissance  Consumer Spectral Range  Color  Infra-Red  Thermal  LiDAR
  • Imagery is not What it Used to Be Platforms Sensors High-Medium Low Very Low Ground Intended Use  Survey  Reconnaissance  Consumer Spectral Range  Color  Infra-Red  Thermal  LiDAR
  • What Sets Aerial Imagery Apart?  Close-up acquisition  Flexible mobilization  Variety of perspectives  Precise fit for purpose
  • Getting the Most from Aerial Imagery requires a Geospatial Infrastructure Collect Process Integrate Deploy
  • Collection Determines timeliness, fit for purpose, accuracy
  • Processing Determines final imagery properties and accuracy, file format and size
  • Integration Determines imagery fit within intended geospatial solution, accessibility and administration
  • Deployment Maximizes imagery use and value to the business
  • Enjoy Your Aerial Imagery!