Since few years a new chapter of photogrammetry has opened: Stereo images taken from satellites. If you remember the examples from this book we have seen that photogrammetric methods in principle do not depend on the size of the object or the distance between camera positions and object: We can handle aerial images in more or less the same way than terrestrial images in close-range applications. It is also possible to use images taken with the help of stereo-microscopes. Therefore we should be able to handle stereo pairs of images of any scale or ground resolution—why not satellite images?
KeywordsStereo Image Aerial Image Stereo Pair Ground Control Point Parallel Projection
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