photogrammetry

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photogrammetry

a stereophotographic technique for estimating body weight and parts of the body by three-dimensional measurement.
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9 photogrammetrists Projected change, Median 2014 National 2014-24 annual Employment wage, Matrix title Number Percent 2014 (1) Total, all 00-0000 9,788.
Requirements for licensure and certification of Professional Surveyors, Professional Photogrammetrists, and GIS Professionals, are published by the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES) (http://www.
was founded in 1980 by a team of photogrammetrists, land surveyors and pilots.
LOJIC staff members were schooled as geographers, cartographers, photogrammetrists, or programmers.
As photogrammetrists, we now have at our hands the tools to create very accurate digital base maps at reasonable costs, and in an acceptable time frame.
Planar identified the geospatial market as an attractive application for its stereo monitors because photogrammetrists must use stereo to extract 3D information and data from aerial or satellite imagery.
By streamlining the production process, organizations are able to improve productivity for photogrammetrists," said Peter Batty, chief technology officer of Intergraph.
Mapping technicians aid surveyors, cartographers, and photogrammetrists in measuring and mapping the Earth's surface.
By offering the new 20-inch and 23-inch monitors, Planar has increased size and resolution without compromising the stereo image quality or viewing comfort that enable photogrammetrists to work an eight-hour shift on a stereo monitor.
As a recognized leader in the photogrammetry industry, Intergraph technology enables customers to establish a completely digital workflow to meet the challenges that photogrammetrists face in today's daily business challenges.