Photogrammetry

  • D. Stevens

Abstract

Most people readily associate photogrammetry with its use in the production of maps and plans by aerial surveying techniques. Whilst this remains the main use for photogrammetry the overall range of applications extends from orthodontic measurement to the three-dimensional modelling of nuclear reprocessing facilities.

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Conservation Practice Fire Test Optical Centre Principal Point Monitoring Project 
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