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Transformation of UAV Attitude and Position for Use in Direct Georeferencing

GÁBRLÍK, P.

Originální název

Transformation of UAV Attitude and Position for Use in Direct Georeferencing

Anglický název

Transformation of UAV Attitude and Position for Use in Direct Georeferencing

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en

Originální abstrakt

The direct georeferencing in aerial photogrammetry requires precise measurement of position and attitude of an image sensor, because the object point position is computed directly using this data. But for several reasons, data from onboard inertial navigation system can not be used for this purpose directly. Especially GNSS antenna displacement and image sensor misalignment have to be compensated and different rotation and coordinate system conventions have to be taken into account. This paper describes the transformations of onboard GNSS/INS data for the needs of the direct georeferencing and demonstrates it on a real UAV photogrammetric mission.

Anglický abstrakt

The direct georeferencing in aerial photogrammetry requires precise measurement of position and attitude of an image sensor, because the object point position is computed directly using this data. But for several reasons, data from onboard inertial navigation system can not be used for this purpose directly. Especially GNSS antenna displacement and image sensor misalignment have to be compensated and different rotation and coordinate system conventions have to be taken into account. This paper describes the transformations of onboard GNSS/INS data for the needs of the direct georeferencing and demonstrates it on a real UAV photogrammetric mission.

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BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT124361,
  author="Petr {Gábrlík}",
  title="Transformation of UAV Attitude and Position for Use in Direct Georeferencing",
  annote="The direct georeferencing in aerial photogrammetry requires precise measurement of position
and attitude of an image sensor, because the object point position is computed directly using
this data. But for several reasons, data from onboard inertial navigation system can not be used for
this purpose directly. Especially GNSS antenna displacement and image sensor misalignment have
to be compensated and different rotation and coordinate system conventions have to be taken into
account. This paper describes the transformations of onboard GNSS/INS data for the needs of the
direct georeferencing and demonstrates it on a real UAV photogrammetric mission.",
  booktitle="Proceedings of the 22nd Conference STUDENT EEICT 2016",
  chapter="124361",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  year="2016",
  month="april",
  pages="451--455",
  type="conference paper"
}