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GRAPHOS

Project researchers

GRAPHOS is an ISPRS Scientific Initiative for the realization of an "All-Purpose Open-Source Photogrammetric Tool". The initiative aims to develop a common multi-purpose framework that integrates recent researches, algorithms and developments in all phases of the photogrammetric workflow (self-calibration, orientation, feature extraction and dense image matching). The project will deliver an open platform with an easy-to-use and easy-to-learn interface for image processing and understanding of 3D results. The project aims to bring photogrammetry and computer vision even more closer realizing an open tool which integrates different algorithms and methodologies for automated image orientation and 3D reconstruction. The outcomes will allow non-expert users to have access to an affordable, transferable, reliable, functional and practical photogrammetric platform. This will contribute to the dissemination of photogrammetry potentials and its applications in various communities. 

The code repository is availabe here: https://github.com/itos3d/GRAPHOS

 

Representative Publications:

- D. González-Aguilera, L. López, P. Rodriguez-Gonzalvez, D. Guerrero, D. Hernandez-Lopez, F. Remondino, F. Menna, E. Nocerino, I. Toschi, A. Ballabeni, M. Gaiani, 2016: Development of an all-purpose free photogrammetric toolISPRS Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences, Vol. XLI-B6, pp.31-38. ISPRS XXIII Congress, Prague (CZ).

Duration: 
1 year (2015-2016)
Partners: 

University of Salamanca in Avila (Spain), University of Castilla La Mancha (Spain) and University of Bologna (Italy)

Funding: 
ISPRS
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