Int. Arch. Photogramm. Remote Sens. Spatial Inf. Sci., XLI-B4, 211-213, 2016
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13 Jun 2016
J. Čepický and L. Čapek Cleerio s.r.o., 190 00 Prague, Czech Republic
Keywords: drone, eBee, aerial photos evaluation, surface situation map, engineering networks, road register, publishing, map application, stack, cloud Abstract. When creating set of orthophoto maps from mosaic compositions, using airborne systems, such as popular drones, we need to publish results of the work to users. Several steps need to be performed in order get large scale raster data published. As first step, data have to be shared as service (OGC WMS as view service, OGC WCS as download service). But for some applications, OGC WMTS is handy as well, for faster view of the data. Finally the data have to become a part of web mapping application, so that they can be used and evaluated by non-technical users.

In this talk, we would like to present automated line of those steps, where user puts in orthophoto image and as a result, OGC Open Web Services are published as well as web mapping application with the data. The web mapping application can be used as standard presentation platform for such type of big raster data to generic user. The publishing platform – Geosense online map information system – can be also used for combination of data from various resources and for creating of unique map compositions and as input for better interpretations of photographed phenomenons. The whole process is successfully tested with eBee drone with raster data resolution 1.5-4 cm/px on many areas and result is also used for creation of derived datasets, usually suited for property management – the records of roads, pavements, traffic signs, public lighting, sewage system, grave locations, and others.

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Citation: Čepický, J. and Čapek, L.: PUBLISHING PLATFORM FOR AERIAL ORTHOPHOTO MAPS, THE COMPLETE STACK, Int. Arch. Photogramm. Remote Sens. Spatial Inf. Sci., XLI-B4, 211-213,, 2016.

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