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Automated Tie Point Extraction (ATiPE)

Project researchers

The goal of the project is to develop an automated procedure to extract tie points from set of images for the successive bundle adjustment phase. We deal with classical aerial/UAV blocks, ordered and unordered terrestrial sequences, short and wide baselines, illumination and scale changes, etc.

  

Representative publications:

- Barazzetti, L. Remondino, F., Scaioni, M., 2009: Combined use of photogrammetric and computer vision techniques for fully automated and accurate 3D modeling of terrestrial objects. Videometrics, Range Imaging and Applications X, Proc. of SPIE Optics+Photonics, Vol. 7447, 2-3 August, San Diego, CA, USA

- Barazzetti, L., Remondino, F., Scaioni, M., 2010: Fully automated UAV image-based sensor orientation. Int. Archives of Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences, Vol. 38(1). ISPRS Commission I Symposium, Calgary, Canada

- Barazzetti, L., Scaioni, M., Remondino, F., 2010: Orientation and 3D modeling from markerless terrestrial images: combining accuracy with automation. The Photogrammetric Record, Vol. 25(132), pp. 356–381

Remondino, F., Del Pizzo, S., Kersten, T., Troisi, S., 2012: Low-cost and open-source solutions for automated image orientation – A critical overview. Proc. EuroMed 2012 Conference, LNCS 7616, pp. 40-54. Springer, Heidelberg

Duration: 
3 years (2008-2011)
Partners: 

Politecnico of Milano

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