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Results of the hardware approach

APM 2.0 mounted on top of a Nikon D300 (with indication of the two terminals used; cables are not connected)

The first results obtained from coupling a Nikon reflex camera with a cost-effective, accurate and precise GNSS/IMU solution can be read here:

Verhoeven, G., Wieser, M., Briese, C., Doneus, M., 2013. Positioning in time and space – Cost-effective exterior orientation for airborne archaeological photographs. ISPRS Annals of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences II-5/W1, 313–318. DOI: 10.5194/isprsannals-II-5-W1-313-2013.

Wieser, M., Verhoeven, G., Briese, C., Doneus, M., Karel, W., Pfeifer, N., 2014. Cost-effective geocoding with exterior orientation for airborne and terrestrial archaeological photography – possibilities and limitations. International Journal of Heritage in the Digital Era 3 (1), 97–121.

Both papers can be downloaded Opens internal link in current windowhere.

FWF-Project P24116-N23:
Automated (ortho)rectification of archaeological aerial photographs

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