Ortho Mapping in ArcGIS Pro


Full Title: Ortho Mapping in ArcGIS Pro


Cody Benkelman and Chris Patterson, Esri
Karen Schuckman, Penn State University

This is a 4 hour workshop, presented in two sections, to demonstrate photogrammetric processing in the Ortho Mapping tools of ArcGIS Pro.

The content will include an overview of the general concepts of photogrammetry, then review workflows within ArcGIS Pro (Advanced license) for orthorectifying imagery from drones, satellites, digital aerial cameras, and historical scanned film.

The discussion on satellite imagery will show how to orthorectify a single satellite scene using RPCs and ground control points. The discussion on scanned film will address specific challenges with historical datasets lacking camera calibration information. The discussion on drones and digital aerial cameras addresses frame-based sensors.

Workshop format will consist of presentation of concepts and software demos, with time for Q&A after each section.

Recommended audience includes GIS practitioners who need to orthorectify imagery as well as Educators looking for a hands-on platform to teach photogrammetric concepts.

Advance materials will be provided with instructions and sample data for those who wish to exercise these workflows. For those who do not have ArcGIS Pro, a 21-day evaluation copy may be downloaded from https://www.esri.com/en-us/arcgis/products/arcgis-pro/trial.

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8/17/2021 11:00 AM - 3:15 PM
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