OpenDroneMap: The Missing Guide:A Practical Guide to Drone Mapping Using Free and Open Source Software

OpenDroneMap: The Missing Guide:A Practical Guide to Drone Mapping Using Free and Open Source Software

by Piero Toffanin
OpenDroneMap: The Missing Guide:A Practical Guide to Drone Mapping Using Free and Open Source Software

OpenDroneMap: The Missing Guide:A Practical Guide to Drone Mapping Using Free and Open Source Software

by Piero Toffanin

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Overview

OpenDroneMap: The Missing Guide is an easy to read, comprehensive manual to use OpenDroneMap that will have you creating maps and 3D models from aerial images in no time.

In the first part of the book you will learn to orient yourself in the OpenDroneMap ecosystem, install the software, process datasets using the WebODM interface, understand the photogrammetry process, master the task options that control the final results, learn to use ground control points and apply best practices for data capture.

In the second part you will dive into the more advanced features and workflows of OpenDroneMap, such as usage from the command line, calibrating cameras, splitting a large dataset into parts for processing on parallel network clusters and automating processing via the NodeODM API using Python.

Written by core developer Piero Toffanin, OpenDroneMap: The Missing Guide will provide you with invaluable knowledge of OpenDroneMap's inner workings. You will save countless hours of trial and error by following the advice provided in this book.

E-book also available from odmbook.com


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781078704342
Publisher: Barnes & Noble Press
Publication date: 07/30/2019
Pages: 264
Sales rank: 862,729
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.55(d)

About the Author

Piero Toffanin is a software developer currently focused on geospatial and drone software development. He has been working on open source software for over 21 years. Since 2016 he is an OpenDroneMap core developer and frequently speaks at conferences about OpenDroneMap, geospatial and open source.
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