Remote Sens. 2009, 1(3), 577-605; doi:10.3390/rs1030577
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Digital Airborne Photogrammetry—A New Tool for Quantitative Remote Sensing?—A State-of-the-Art Review On Radiometric Aspects of Digital Photogrammetric Images

1 Finnish Geodetic Institute, Geodeetinrinne 2, 02430 Masala, Finland 2 Institut Cartogràfic de Catalunya, Parc de Montjüic s/n, 08038 Barcelona, Spain 3 Institut für Photogrammetrie, Universität Stuttgart, Geschwister-Scholl-Straße 24 D, 70174 Stuttgart, Germany 4 Swisstopo - Land survey of Switzerland, Seftigenstrasse 264, CH 3084 Wabern, Switzerland 5 Ecole Nationale des Sciences Géographiques (ENSG), 6, et 8 avenue Blaise Pascal-Cité Descartes-Champs-sur-Marne, 77455 Marne la Vallée Cedex 2, France 6 National Land Survey of Finland, Aerial Image Centre, P.O.Box 84, 00521 Helsinki, Finland 7 Institut für Geoinformatik und Fernerkundung, Universität Osnabrück, Seminarstraße 19a/b, 49084 Osnabrück, Germany 8 Ordnance Survey, Romsey Road, Maybush, Southampton, UK 9 ReSe Applications Schlaepfer, Langeggweg 3, CH-9500 Wil, Switzerland 10 Institut Géographique National (IGN), 2-4 avenue Pasteur 94165 SAINT MANDE CEDEX, France 11 National Survey and Cadastre, Rentemestervej 8, 2400 Copenhagen NV, Denmark
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Received: 21 July 2009; in revised form: 17 August 2009 / Accepted: 2 September 2009 / Published: 10 September 2009
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Abstract: The transition from film imaging to digital imaging in photogrammetric data capture is opening interesting possibilities for photogrammetric processes. A great advantage of digital sensors is their radiometric potential. This article presents a state-of-the-art review on the radiometric aspects of digital photogrammetric images. The analysis is based on a literature research and a questionnaire submitted to various interest groups related to the photogrammetric process. An important contribution to this paper is a characterization of the photogrammetric image acquisition and image product generation systems. The questionnaire revealed many weaknesses in current processes, but the future prospects of radiometrically quantitative photogrammetry are promising.
Keywords: atmospheric correction; BRDF; calibration; orthophoto; photogrammetry; radiometry; remote sensing

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Honkavaara, E.; Arbiol, R.; Markelin, L.; Martinez, L.; Cramer, M.; Bovet, S.; Chandelier, L.; Ilves, R.; Klonus, S.; Marshal, P.; Schläpfer, D.; Tabor, M.; Thom, C.; Veje, N. Digital Airborne Photogrammetry—A New Tool for Quantitative Remote Sensing?—A State-of-the-Art Review On Radiometric Aspects of Digital Photogrammetric Images. Remote Sens. 2009, 1, 577-605.

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Honkavaara E, Arbiol R, Markelin L, Martinez L, Cramer M, Bovet S, Chandelier L, Ilves R, Klonus S, Marshal P, Schläpfer D, Tabor M, Thom C, Veje N. Digital Airborne Photogrammetry—A New Tool for Quantitative Remote Sensing?—A State-of-the-Art Review On Radiometric Aspects of Digital Photogrammetric Images. Remote Sensing. 2009; 1(3):577-605.

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Honkavaara, Eija; Arbiol, Roman; Markelin, Lauri; Martinez, Lucas; Cramer, Michael; Bovet, Stéphane; Chandelier, Laure; Ilves, Risto; Klonus, Sascha; Marshal, Paul; Schläpfer, Daniel; Tabor, Mark; Thom, Christian; Veje, Nikolaj. 2009. "Digital Airborne Photogrammetry—A New Tool for Quantitative Remote Sensing?—A State-of-the-Art Review On Radiometric Aspects of Digital Photogrammetric Images." Remote Sens. 1, no. 3: 577-605.

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