Remote Sensing for Transportation

Remote Sensing for Transportation

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These proceedings summarize the highlights from the Conference on Remote Sensing for Transportation--Products and Results: Foundations for the Future. This was the second in a series of three conferences on the subject of remote sensing in transportation. The objectives of this conference were: (1) Enhancing communication between the transportation and remote sensing communities; (2) Developing a common understanding of current successful applications of remote sensing to transportation; and (3) Crafting strategies for implementation of remote sensing in transportation. More than 150 people attended the conference, with representation from state departments of transportation, metropolitan planning organizations, local government, the U.S. Department of Transportation, other federal agencies, universities, the private sector, and other organizations. The proceedings consist of a Foreward and Introduction to the Proceedings, comments on the structure of the 2001 conference and proceedings, summaries of the 7 sessions, and the following appendices: (A) Summary of Roundtable for States and Metropolitan Planning Organizations; (B) Conference Workshop Information; (C) Listing of Technology Buffet Displays; (D) Abbreviations and Acronyms; and (E) Conference Participants.They currently use remote sensing (2000-ft aerial photography, color film, x, y, z specification accuracy not greater than 6 ... It will allow the Florida DOT to successfully move ahead and begin incorporating new standards for data collection based on remote sensing ... Internal Initiatives LIDAR The Photogrammetry Section acquired LIDAR data for a project on US-30 ... The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) DOQQ and digital raster graphs (DRGs) were obtained in geo- referenced digitalanbsp;...

Title:Remote Sensing for Transportation
Publisher:Transportation Research Board - 2003


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