Tips for effective
use of digital close range photogrammetry and terrestrial laser
One of the objectives of the working group is to develop and make freely
available ‘best-practice’ guidelines for
non-expert users of:
As a first step towards achieving this goal, we would
like to produce a series of "Tips" which reflects and consolidates our
combined experience of using close range photogrammetry and laser scanning.
We can share these tips amongst ourselves and also make them freely
available to all using the working group website.
For such guidance to be easily
digestible and immediately useful, I suggest we make these short and
pragmatic, but provide references to papers where some of the aspects are
explained more fully. This will help all of us to promote our research
output, clearly an important task for many of us! For consistency, I suggest we all adopt a
simple structure where short explanatory text is followed by the reference.
As a start and to provide a suitable template for
your additions and potential fame, your working group officers offer the
following suggestions within the two subject areas:
(updated, September 2010)
feel free to add your suggestions and send to:
R. Wackrow /