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31 December 1996 Application of airborne remote sensing for metropolitan area mapping: examples applied to the historical center of Rome
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This presentation, taking its inspiration from various theoretical contributions suggested by various proposals, and going beyond the usual explanations and sometimes rash forecasts that the impact of a new technology has on physical space, wishes to underline the most important aspects of the introduction of a new method of studying urban installations, both ancient and modern, which is offered by urban telesurveys. To this end it is proposed, by means of an analysis of a sample area obtained from tele- surveying data provided by an aerial survey, using an advanced system of electronic pictures shot by MIVIS AA500000 of the CNR-Progetto LARA, to reveal and elaborate various findings and thus highlight a quantity and quality of extremely useful data.
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Remo Bianchi, Rosa Maria Cavalli, L. Fiumi, Carlo M. Marino, S. Panunzi, and Stefano Pignatti "Application of airborne remote sensing for metropolitan area mapping: examples applied to the historical center of Rome", Proc. SPIE 2960, Remote Sensing for Geography, Geology, Land Planning, and Cultural Heritage, (31 December 1996); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.262467
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