Innolab Presentation by Luisa on UAS processing pipelines

Innolab Presentation by Luisa on UAS processing pipelines

February 19, 2024

On Tuesday, February 27 at 12:00 Luisa Pflumm will present her innolab report on developing a processing pipeline to produce photogrammetry products in UAS acquired imagery using Agisoft Metashape software (seminar room 3, John-Skilton-Str. 4a).
The work of the innolab focused on the development of a Python-based processing pipeline to generate photogrammetry products from RGB and multispectral imagery, captured by Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS). The Agisoft Metashape software has robust photogrammetric processing capabilities and its functionalities were fundamental for the workflow. Overall aim was to automate the chain of the required processing steps, from image pre-processing, over point cloud generation and mesh reconstruction, to texture mapping. The resulting digital surface model and orthophoto are highly accurate can be applied in many fields of environmental monitoring or infrastructure development.
Supervisor: Dr. Mirjana Bevanda

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