Creating Stereomodels with Aerial Triangulation by Bundle Block Adjustment

Aerial Triangulation

In praxis, photogrammetric analysis is mostly done using not one, but several or even many stereopairs for covering larger areas. In order to avoid the individual orientation of each stereomodel with accordingly large numbers of ground control points, multiple overlapping images forming a so-called block see Fig. 3-8 and 3-9 can be oriented simultaneously with fewer ground control points using aerial triangulation techniques. One of the most commonly used and most rigorous aerial triangulation...