Featured Paper by
Adam Patrick Nyaruhuma, Markus Gerke and George Vosselman
Airborne oblique images are increasingly acquired because of the availability of low cost sensor platforms, being
equipped with multiple camera systems. These images are mainly used for visualization such as the Bird’s eye in
Microsoft’s Bing Maps. Because of their characteristics, such as a varying scale and the need for combining several
images for complete information of all sides of a 3D object, oblique images are up to now only seldomly used for
automatic topographic data acquisition and update. However, side views allow better identification of imaged objects
and may be useful for verification of building datasets.
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