1st Edition

Advances in Mobile Mapping Technology




ISBN 9780415427234
Published February 8, 2007 by CRC Press
176 Pages

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Book Description

The growing market penetration of Internet mapping, satellite imaging and personal navigation has opened up great research and business opportunities to geospatial communities. Multi-platform and multi-sensor integrated mapping technology has clearly established a trend towards fast geospatial data acquisition. Sensors can be mounted on various platforms, such as satellites, aircrafts or helicopters, terrestrial vehicles, water-based vessels, and may even be hand-carried by individuals. Mobile mapping refers to a means of collecting geospatial data using mapping sensors mounted on a mobile platform. Its development was primarily driven by the advances in digital imaging and direct-georeferencing technologies. With the escalating use of telecommunication networks and the increasing availability of low-cost and portable sensors, mobile mapping has become more dynamic, and even pervasive. The book addresses a wide variety of research issues in the mobile mapping community, ranging from system development to sensor integration, imaging algorithms and mobile GIS applications. This book will provide researchers and practitioners a good overall view of what is being developed in this topical area.

Table of Contents

Foreword: Advances in mobile mapping technology
C.V. Tao and J. Li

Part 1 Terrestrial and airborne mobile mapping systems

Digital mobile mapping systems–state of the art and future trends
K.P. Schwarz and N. El-Sheimy

GEOVAN: The mobile mapping system from the Cartographic Institute of Catalonia
J. Talaya, E. Bosch, R. Alamús, A. Serra and A. Baron

ORTHOROAD: A low cost mobile mapping system for road mapping
G. Artese

A mobile mapping system for road data capture via a single camera
H. Gontran, J. Skaloud and P.-Y. Gilliéron

Airborne remote sensing supporting traffic flow estimation
D.A. Grejner-Brzezinska, C.K. Toth and E. Paska

Part 2 Multi-sensor integration

Performance analysis of integrated IMU/DGPS systems for mobile mapping systems
A.W.L. Ip, N. El-Sheimy and M.M.R. Mostafa

Appearance based positioning in urban environments using Kalman filtering
L. Paletta, R. Wack, G. Paar, G. Ogris and C. Le Gal

Multi-sensor systems for pedestrian navigation and guidance services
G. Retscher

Integrated technologies for augmented reality applications
A. Kealy and S. Scott-Young

Part 3 Image processing and object extraction

Constrained bundle adjustment of panoramic stereo images for Mars landing site mapping
K. Di, F. Xu and R. Li

Vehicle classification from LiDAR data to support traffic flow estimates
C.K. Toth and D.A. Grejner-Brzezinska

Extraction of streets in dense urban areas from segmented LiDAR data
X. Hu, C.V. Tao and Y. Hu

Semi-automated extraction of urban highway intersections from IKONOS imagery
H. Dong, J. Li and M.A. Chapman

Part 4 Mobile GIS and distributed GIS

Mobile GIS-based navigation guide
B. Huang, C. Xie and S.Y. Loh

Framework for multi-risk emergency response
S. Zlatanova, D. Holweg and M. Stratakis

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Editor(s)

Biography

Dr. C. Vincent Tao is Director of Microsoft Virtual Earth Business Unit. Prior to joining Microsoft, he was Canada Research Chair in Geomatics, Professor and the Director of the GeoICT Lab at York University in Toronto, Canada. He was the Conference Chair of MMT’2004. He is currently serving as Chair for the ISPRS WG III/3 (2004-2008). His research interest ranges from on-line mapping, 3D web, local search, Lidar and image based feature extraction and 3D modeling.

Dr. Jonathan Li is Associate Professor, Department of Geography, University of Waterloo, Canada. From 2001-2006, he was Assistant/Associate Professor and the Director of GeoVELab at Ryerson University in Toronto. He was the Conference Secretary of MMT’2004. He is currently serving as Co-Chair for the ISPRS WG IV/8 (2004-2008). His research interests include remote sensing, 3D urban modeling, intelligent object extraction from imagery, spatial data integration for disaster management, and WebGIS.

Reviews

‘The diversity of the topics and authors‘ backgrounds makes this book a good reference for researchers and practitioners in the areas of system development, sensor integration, imaging algorithms, mobile data management, and monitoring and decision making efforts.’

‘The book offers a wide range of research topics in an organized and well-presented manner.’

‘The book includes selected papers from experts in the field of mobile mapping technology, which provide readers with not only an overview of recent advances and future technological trends in the field but also detailed technical description of system components, hardware and software integration and applications.'


From: PHOTOGRAMMETRIC ENGINEERING & REMOTE SENSING -
JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR PHOTOGRAMMETRY AND REMOTE SENSING, vol. 74, no. 4 (April 2008), pp 397/398.