Drone Archaeology | Mapping, workflow and best practices
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Mapping, workflow and best practices

– Basics of mapping
– Photogrammetry for archaeological 3D surveying
– Aerial photography workflow
– Best ways to create a flight plan
– Camera basics for mapping
– Optics
– Image Quality
– Camera calibration, lens distortion
– How to turn drone-acquired 2D images into 3D
– Agisoft Photoscan and other data processing softwares
– Hardware requirements, operating system
– Examples of Photogrammetry
– Tips when flying over difficult terrain
– Best drones for mapping
– Pre-Planning
– Flight plan
– Autonomous flight
– Data collection
– Point-cloud objects
– Digital elevation model
– Digital orthophoto
– 3D models
– Aerial triangulation measurement (ATM)
– Mosaics of DTMs and ortho images
– Aerial photogrammetry without a drone

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Mapping & Modeling