Photogrammetry is the science of taking accurate and precise measurements from images. It draws on knowledge of sensor calibration and techniques for measuring natural and artificial targets in images. The need to accurately measure artificial targets has created a demand for high-precision targets that can be used to accurately position objects of all shapes and kinds in space.
Artificial targets and image-based measuring systems have applications in numerous fields, including mobile robotics, medical instrument positioning, architecture, quality control, police investigations, and mapping.
Design and fabrication of calibration targets
Design and fabrication of measurement targets
Photogrammetric system performance validations
Custom concept performance prediction
We design and fabricate custom photogrammetric systems that meet all our clients’ requirements and specifications.
INO specialists can simulate a photogrammetric measuring system and predict its performance before it is even built, saving hours of validation time in the lab.
Team members have been honing their photogrammetric system validation skills for many years now. Using INO’s coordinate measuring machine (CCM), they can accurately pinpoint and track the movement and orientation of a target-camera system and compare this data with that compiled by the camera.