D. Poli, F. Remondino, E. Angiuli, G. Agugiaro:
"Radiometric and geometric evaluation of GeoEye-1, WorldView-2 and Pléiades-1A stereo images for 3D information extraction";
angenommen für ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (2014), S. 145 - 150.

Today the use of spaceborne Very High Resolution (VHR) optical sensors for automatic 3D information
extraction is increasing in the scientific and civil communities. The 3D Optical Metrology (3DOM) unit of
the Bruno Kessler Foundation (FBK) in Trento (Italy) has collected VHR satellite imagery, as well as aerial
and terrestrial data over Trento for creating a complete testfield for investigations on image radiometry,
geometric accuracy, automatic digital surface model (DSM) generation, 2D/3D feature extraction, city
modelling and data fusion. This paper addresses the radiometric and the geometric aspects of the VHR
spaceborne imagery included in the Trento testfield and their potential for 3D information extraction.
The dataset consist of two stereo-pairs acquired by WorldView-2 and by GeoEye-1 in panchromatic and
multispectral mode, and a triplet from Pléiades-1A. For reference and validation, a DSM from airborne
LiDAR acquisition is used. The paper gives details on the project, dataset characteristics and achieved

Very High Resolution, Radiometry, Geometry, Quality assessment, Quantitative analysis

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