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2019/2020

Geospatial Data Collection Methods

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D55FGR_EN ZK 2P
Lecturer:
Karel Pavelka (guarantor)
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Department of Geomatics
Synopsis:

Course contains basic information’s on methods of collection, sorting and evaluation of geomatic-geographic data, methodology of study creation and modeling in geomatics with a focus on regional applications concerning the world and the Czech Republic. The innovative environment is focused mainly on methods of collecting and gaining geospatial data (photogrammetry, remote sensing, RPAS, basic geographic data base of the Czech Republic - ZABAGED and today's new data sources, services and geographic information such as Google Earth, free map sources, global satellite data, data collection from free satellite systems).

Content is focused on the collection of geospatial data; the result is presentation skills, insight and awareness of world databases focused on geographic and geomatic data or their components.

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Základní literatura:

[1] Kraus, K.. 2011.Photogrammetry - Geometry from Images and Laser Scans. ISBN 978-3-11-089287-1, p.459

[2] Lillesand, T,. Kiefer, R.W, Chipman, J.. 2015 Remote Sensing and Image Interpretation, 7th edition. ISBN: 978-1-118 34328-9, p. 736

[3] James S. Aber, Irene Marzolff and Johannes B. Ries. 2010. Small-Format Aerial Photography - Principles, Techniques and Geoscience Applications. ISBN 978-0-444-53260-2, p.268.

Doporučená literatura:

[4] Clifford, N., French, S., & Valentine, G. (Eds.) (2010). Key methods in Geography. (2nd ed.) Sage. ISBN 9781412935081. p.568

[5] Weilberg, M. 2016. Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing. Syrawood Publishing House, 2016, ISBN1682861074

[6] Michael T. Eismann. 2012. Hyperspectral Remote Sensing. SPIE, ISBN 0819487872, 9780819487872, 725 pages

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