Erik Vest Sørensen
Telephone: 9133 3861
The Photogrammetry Laboratory has instruments for photogrammetric measurement of geological features visible on aerial photographs taken at any height or angle. Measurements can also be made on oblique photographs irrespective of whether acquired from positions on the ground or from boat, helicopter or fixed wing aircraft. Production of contoured topographic maps is also possible.
The laboratory has two camera systems suitable for the acquisition of oblique photographs at large image scales for subsequent photogrammetric analysis in the laboratory.
The laboratory also has a 3D projection system available for 3D stereoscopic presentation of images.
Borrowing of the camera systems in connection with field work is possible dependent on availability.
The Photogrammetry Laboratory has an extensive archive of aerial photographs on contact prints, covering the whole of Greenland, some areas at a variety of image scales.
3 digital photogrammetric workstations
3 SOCET SET software programs for aerial triangulation, DTM generation, orthophoto production, contour generation, vector map compilation
Equipment for large screen 3D stereo projection and visualisation
Calibrated camera Canon EOS-1Ds MarkIII
Calibrated camera Canon EOS-5Ds MarkII
Restrictions on admittance
All methods require brief instruction and some experience and all instruments require instruction in their use. Users are requested to make an appointment for instruction and guidance for a short introduction. The laboratory has experience in training students in the use of the facilities for scientific projects.
Prices are negotiated on a per task basis.
Department of Petrology and Economic Geology, room 0-327.
Equipment and working processes
One of the Laboratory's working
stations with the SOCET SET software
program installed. The working station
is used for stereoscopic interpretation
of aerial photos and close up takes
The laboratory's extensive archive
of aerial photos of Greenland.