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Aerial imaging

A description of how multiple images aquired via aerial imaging can be stitched together using image registration and orthomosaicing.

When image data is collected from an aerial imaging platform such as a UAV or a satellite, the result will often be many overlapping images, possibly from slightly different angles.

To use the data then, the images need to be stitched together using a process called orthomosaicing, as described in this video.

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