Right-of-Way Surveys
Cooperation in Reconnaissance Surveys; Utilization of Aerial Photography and Photogrammetric Maps in Preserving the Location of Survey Monuments; Preservation of Monumentation; and Right-of-Way...

Mapping for the Pennsylvania Highways
The methods and procedures currently used by the Pennsylvania Department of Highways to obtain mapping by photogrammetric methods are presented. Map scales for various engineering functions...

New Techniques In Alinement Design And Stakeout
Old techniques of highway alinement determination, consisting of laborious field work and calculations, continue to be used in some instances to the detriment of progress. These techniques...

Comparison of Space Resection Adjustment
The least squares solution of the photogrammetric space resection problem is obtained by four methods. These are the minimization of the sum of the squares of the angle cosine residuals,...

Aerial Triangulation Using Independent Photo Paris
Three different methods of determining control points with second-order photogrammetric instruments have been examined. The practical uses of these methods are illustrated and analyzed....

Pipeline Location: Specifications For Aerial Photography: Progress Report of Task Committee on Pipeline Location
A specification is presented that outlines, in detail, the most common photogrammetric services used in pipeline location. Aerial vertical photography, negatives and prints, and indexes...

Pipeline Location: Bibliography: Progress Report of Task Committee on Pipeline Location
The Task Committee on Pipeline Location of the Pipeline Division has released a bibliography of books, periodicals, and technical journals containing the most useful and outstanding reference...

Photogrammetric Measurement of Tidal Currents
Conventional methods of measuring tidal current velocities generally use current meters. A method of supplementing this data has been developed using aerial photography and photogrammetric...

Highway Plans from Photogrammetrically-Compiled Maps
Long range, coordinate planning of public and private developments are facilitated by the broad coverage of topographic maps. It is during the development of preliminary highway plans,...

Surveying and Mapping, and Environmental Engineering
Among the fundamental problems encountered by engineers in providing the facilities needed and desired by society are problems concerning natural and man-made environments. By modern surveying...

Analogue Aerial Triangulation
Analogue aerial triangulation procedures for application on the precision photogrammetric plotting machinery are dealt with in a simple way, and the mathematical basis of the procedures...

Simultaneous Relative Orientation of Multiple Cameras
There are two groups of solutions to the problem of analytical aerotriangulation. The first group uses a cantilever extension technique based on independent triangulation of two-photograph...

Planning and Design of Aerotriangulation Projects
To assure acceptable results in aerotriangulation projects, thorough planning is necessary. Design criteria for the determination of the flying height, flight pattern, and the type and...

Photogrammetry and Highway Law
The increasing number of land measurement transactions for various government projects has caused the development of photogrammetry as a method of land measurement. One of the problems...

Geodetic Engineering Education in West Germany
Considerable division of opinion surrounds the problem of improving the quality and scope of surveying education in the United States. Civil engineering curricula are requiring less and...

Photogrammetric Engineering and Reservoir Planning
By using the precise measuring equipment available through and for Photogrammetric Engineering, a complete reservoir site study may be economically and comprehensively effected in a minimum...

Error Problems in Aerial Photogrammetry
Aerial photography has its greatest use in mapping, in which the problem is basically one of stereoscopy. The normal case that exists when both photographic images are coplanar is used...

Photogrammetric Determination of Azimuths
Precise azimuth determination to ±1.0 sec of arc over distances of 70 nm to 300 nm is very desirable where electronic survey techniques, such as HIRAN, are used. In January 1962 a series...

Aerial Traverse and Maximum Bridging Distance
Aerial triangulation methods, a major problem in photogrammetry, require the use of first-order instruments. A method for using second-order instruments, which offers two solutions—numerical...

Highway Location and Design by Photogrammetric-Electronic Computer
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