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Syllabus 2018-19 - 13212016 - Non-Cartographic Methods and Applications (Métodos y aplicaciones no cartográficas)

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DEGREE: Grado en Ingeniería geomática y topográfica
FACULTY: SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING OF JAÉN

ACADEMIC YEAR: 2018-19
SYLLABUS
1. COURSE BASIC INFORMATION
NAME: Non-Cartographic Methods and Applications
CODE: 13212016 ACADEMIC YEAR: 2018-19
LANGUAGE: English LEVEL: 2
ECTS CREDITS: 6.0 YEAR: 4 SEMESTER: PC
 
2. LECTURER BASIC INFORMATION
NAME: CARDENAL ESCARCENA, FRANCISCO JAVIER
DEPARTMENT: U119 - INGENIERÍA CARTOGR. GEODESICA Y FOTOGRAM
FIELD OF STUDY: 505 - INGENIERÍA CARTOGRÁFICA, GEODÉSICA Y FOTOGRAMETRÍA
OFFICE NO.: A3 - A3-319 E-MAIL: jcardena@ujaen.es P: 212840
WEBSITE: http://coello.ujaen.es/perfil.php?option=4
LANGUAGE: English LEVEL: 2
 
NAME: MATA DE CASTRO, EMILIO
DEPARTMENT: U119 - INGENIERÍA CARTOGR. GEODESICA Y FOTOGRAM
FIELD OF STUDY: 505 - INGENIERÍA CARTOGRÁFICA, GEODÉSICA Y FOTOGRAMETRÍA
OFFICE NO.: A3 - 331 E-MAIL: emata@ujaen.es P: 953212373
WEBSITE: http://coello.ujaen.es
LANGUAGE: English LEVEL: 1
 
3. CONTENT DESCRIPTION

THEORY

1. INTRODUCTION

1.1. Introduction.  

1.2. Historical development.

2. INSTRUMENTATION Y METHODS IN CLOSE RANGE PHOTOGRAMMETRY.

2.1. Instrumentation in close range photogrammetry. Data acquisition systems: cameras (metric and non metric).

2.2. Data reduction systems. Low cost Systems. Industrial systems ( Turn key systems).

2.3. Light aerial platforms (unmanned aerial systems, UAS). Regulations. Workflow with UAS.

2.4. Methods in close range photogrammetry.

2.4.1 Stereo-photogrammetry and monoscopic convergent photogrammetry. Targets.

2.4.2 Non metric cameras calibration methods.

2.4.3 Direct linear transformation (DLT). Structure from motion (SfM).

2.4.4 Network design in close range photogrammetry. Development of an algorithm for network simulation.

2.4.5 Design, observation and calculation of ancillaries control networks.

3. CONVENTIONAL APPLICATIONS OF CLOSE RANGE PHOTOGRAMMETRY.

3.1. Industrial photogrammetry.

3.2. Photogrammetry applied to civil engineering, geotechnics, agriculture, environmental and Earth sciences.

3.3. Photogrammetry applied to architecture, archaeology and restoration.

3.4. Forensic photogrammetry.

4. NEW TRENDS AND NON CONVENTIONAL APPLICATIONS.

4.1. Terrestrial laser scanners (TLS).

4.1.1. Fundamentals and types of systems.

               4.1.2. Data capture methods. Point clouds.

               4.1.3. Data processing, merging and registering.

               4.1.4. Non cartographic applications.

 4.2. Real time surveys (mobile mapping).

4.2.1 Fundamentals.

4.2.2 Direct orientation and data processing.

4.2.3 Applications.

 4.3. Others: underwater photogrammetry, biomedical applications, others.

PRACTICE

1. Camera calibration: plumb line method and selfcalibration.

2. Targets and digital automatic measurements.

3. Monoscopic convergent photogrammetry: DLT.

4. Network simulation.

5. Use of low cost photogrammetric Workstation.

6. Terrestrial laser scanner.

7. UAS mission planning.

8. Actual work project (design, execution, final products).

4. COURSE DESCRIPTION AND TEACHING METHODOLOGY

Lectures will involve:

- Theoretical lessons by means of master classes with student participation.

- Practice lessons based on the use of photogrammetric workstations, project based learning example, seminars, use of specific software (both photogrammetric and laser scanning) and practice exercises.

Students with special educational needs should contact the Student Attention Service (Servicio de Atención y Ayudas al Estudiante) in order to receive the appropriate academic support

5. ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGY

The assessment has three parts: attendance, theory+exercises and practice. 

Attendance: attendance will be controlled both at theory and practice lessons. It is required at least a minimum of 75% attendance to the practical lessons and active participation on the Web-Learning System (ILIAS).

Theory+exercises: written exam which includes the theoretical and practice contents of the subject and some exercises or problems.

Practice: the assessment is based on the submission of the projects and exercises made during the practice lessons and the actual own-developed project.

The final mark will be the weighted average of the three parts (attendance, exam and practice), being the weights 0.1, 0.6 and 0.3, respectively. In order to pass the subject, it is necessary to get at least a mark of 5.0 but in order to compute the mark is mandatory to get at least 4.0 (4.0 out of 10) in all three parts.

6. BOOKLIST
MAIN BOOKLIST:
  • Close range photogrammetry and machine vision. Edition: -. Author: Atkinson, K.B. (ed.). Publisher: Scotland: Whittles, 2011  (Library)
  • Applications of 3D measurement from images. Edition: -. Author: Fryer, J., Mitchel, H. y Chandler, J. . Publisher: Scotland: Whittles Publishing, 2007  (Library)
  • Close range photogrammetry: principles, techniques and applications. Edition: -. Author: Luhman, T., Robson, S., Kyle, S. and Harley, I. . Publisher: Scotland: Whittles, 2006  (Library)
  • Advances in photogrammetry, remote sensing, and spatial information sciences: 2008 ISPRS congress bo. Edition: -. Author: Zhilin, Chen y Baltsavias. Publisher: Boca Raton : Taylor & Francis, 2008  (Library)
  • Photogrammetry: geometry from images and laser scans. Edition: 2nd ed.. Author: Kraus, Karl. Publisher: Berlin ; New York : Walter De Gruyter, 2007  (Library)
  • Advances in mobile mapping technology. Edition: -. Author: Tao & Li (ed.). Publisher: London : Taylor & Francis, 2007  (Library)
  • Airborne and terrestrial laser scanning. Edition: -. Author: - Vosselman, G. y Maas, H.G. (eds.). Publisher: Scotland : Whittles Publishing Services ; Boca Raton : CRC Press, 2010  (Library)
  • Topographic laser ranging and scanning: principles and processing. Edition: -. Author: Shan, J. and Toth, C.K. . Publisher: Boca Raton : CRC Press Taylor & Francis Group, c2009  (Library)
  • Small-format aerial photography : principles, techniques and geoscience applications. Edition: 1st ed.. Author: Aber, James S.. Publisher: Amsterdam [etc.] : Elsevier, 2010  (Library)
  • Close-Range Photogrammetry and 3D Imaging. Edition: 2. Author: Luhmann, Thomas; Robson, Stuart; Kyle, Stephen; Boehm, Jan. Publisher: De Gruyter  (Library)
  • Manual of photogrammetry. Edition: 6th ed. Author: McGlone, J.C. (ed.). Publisher: Bethesda (Md.): American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, cop. 2013.
    • Notes: Revised 6th edition
     (Library)
  • Multiple view geometry in computer vision. Edition: 2nd. ed., reprinted. Author: Hartley, Richard. Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2004  (Library)
  • Photogrammetric computer vision : statistics, geometry, orientation and reconstruction. Edition: -. Author: Förstner, Wolfgang. Publisher: Cham: Springer, 2016  (Library)
ADDITIONAL BOOKLIST:
  • Introduction to modern photogrammetry . Edition: -. Author: Mikhail, Edward M.. Publisher: New York: John Wiley, cop. 2001  (Library)
  • Non-topographic photogrammetry. Edition: 2nd ed. Author: Karara (ed.). Publisher: Virginia: American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 1989
  • Adjustment Computations: spatial data analysisc Charles D. Ghilani, Paul R. Wolf. Edition: 4th ed. Author: Ghilani, Charles D.. Publisher: New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons, cop. 2006  (Library)