2018
DOI: 10.1111/phor.12244
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RPV, UAV, UAS, RPAS … or just drone?

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“…We consider in this section the planning of data acquisition from ground-based camera stations. Since drones (Granshaw, 2018a) are widely used in modern photogrammetric projects, when allowed by local regulations, the readers are suggested to refer to the specific literature (O'Connor et al, 2017;Pepe et al, 2018).…”
Section: Guidelines For Data Acquisition With Sfmmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…We consider in this section the planning of data acquisition from ground-based camera stations. Since drones (Granshaw, 2018a) are widely used in modern photogrammetric projects, when allowed by local regulations, the readers are suggested to refer to the specific literature (O'Connor et al, 2017;Pepe et al, 2018).…”
Section: Guidelines For Data Acquisition With Sfmmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This includes the case of countries affected by war events or characterized by local unstable social/political condition, preventing experts to come from outside the region to carry out 3D surveying of the CH. The use of amateur digital cameras, the availability of cheap small drones (see Granshaw, 2018a), and the chance of using low-cost photogrammetric packages, can be all together exploited by local people to do the 3D surveying operations.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Thanks to development of terrestrial laser scanning (TLS -Vosselman and Maas, 2010) and the success of Structure-from-Motion (SfM - Granshaw, 2018b), in the latest 20 years this sector of photogrammetric 3D modelling (also called Terrestrial Photogrammetry) has significantly expanded. With the diffusion of drones (Giordan et al, 2018;Granshaw, 2018a), the possibility of reconstructing the terrain topography and the objects located on its surface by using high-resolution digital photos has impressively grown up. Mostly, the approach adopted to process the images acquired by drones is still based on SfM, which also allows to deal with less regular block geometry than in the case of standard aerial blocks (Barazzetti et al, 2010).…”
Section: Close-/near-range Sensingmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…An unmanned aerial system (UAS) or unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) is defined as a powered aerial vehicle that does not carry a human operator, uses aerodynamic forces to provide vehicle lift, and can fly autonomously or be remotely piloted aircrafts. In this last case, they are also called a remotely piloted aerial system (RPAS) (i.e., aerial platform (RPA) plus control station for pilot and operator (if applicable) actions [1][2][3]). UASs and RPASs (usually the same denomination is employed, even in the everyday jargon they are called drones) are mostly associated with military, industry, and other specialized operations, but with recent developments in the area of sensors and information technology in the last two decades, the scope of drones has been widened to other areas like agriculture [4].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%