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|Title: ||Is SfM photogrammetry really the tool we've waited 30 years for?|
|Authors: ||Chandler, Jim H.|
Lane, Stuart N.
|Issue Date: ||2015|
|Citation: ||CHANDLER, J.H., MICHELETTI, N. and LANE, S.N., 2015. Is SfM photogrammetry really the tool we've waited 30 years for? Presented at: The European Geosciences Union General Assembly, 12th-17th April 2015, Vienna.|
|Abstract: ||SFM photogrammetry has evolved rapidly in the last few years, to the point where it is beginning to surpass terrestrial laser scanning for capturing 3-D models of natural surfaces. The ability to generate high resolution digital terrain models using just a consumer grade digital camera, or even a smart phone, is an important advance. The fact that this can be achieved at a range of scales and resolutions and from a variety of platforms, whilst using software which is freely available, appears almost incredible.|
|Description: ||This is an invited keynote presentation.|
|Version: ||Accepted for publication|
|Appears in Collections:||Conference Papers (Architecture, Building and Civil Engineering)|
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