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Title : TEN YEARS LARGE FORMAT DIGITAL AERIAL CAMERAS, A REVIEW
Company : Microsoft Photogrammetry
File Name : Gruber.pdf
Size : 138804
Type : application/pdf
Date : 07-Jun-2010
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Michael Gruber and Alexander Wiechert

Large format Digital aerial cameras were introduced 10 years ago in Amsterdam at the ISPRS Conference in July 2000. Only about 5 years later the digital large format aerial cameras had overtaken the majority of photogrammetric image production. The new technology did change the photogrammetric workflow, replaced well known components and made the end-to-end all digital production chain available to the photogrammetric community. Helpful if not essential was the development of computers, storage media, software products and other IT components which are the basis of any digital processing scenario.
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