Exploring the Potentials of UAV Based Geo-Spatial Data Acquisition in Urban EnvironmentCitation formats

  • Authors:
  • Sm Labib
  • Md. Z. H. Siddiquee
  • Md. Shafiqul Islam Khondoker
  • Md. Sayfullah

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Exploring the Potentials of UAV Based Geo-Spatial Data Acquisition in Urban Environment : A Case study in Dhaka City, Bangladesh. / Labib, Sm; Siddiquee, Md. Z. H. ; Khondoker, Md. Shafiqul Islam; Sayfullah, Md. .

Geoinformation – Supporting Crisis and Disaster Management : AGSE Eighth International Summer School and Conference. ed. / Hossein Arefi; Franz-Josef Behr; Fatemeh Alidoost. Karlsruhe, Germany : AGSE Publishing, 2018. p. 69-75.

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Harvard

Labib, S, Siddiquee, MZH, Khondoker, MSI & Sayfullah, M 2018, Exploring the Potentials of UAV Based Geo-Spatial Data Acquisition in Urban Environment: A Case study in Dhaka City, Bangladesh. in H Arefi, F-J Behr & F Alidoost (eds), Geoinformation – Supporting Crisis and Disaster Management : AGSE Eighth International Summer School and Conference. AGSE Publishing, Karlsruhe, Germany, pp. 69-75, Eighth International Summer School and Conference of Applied Geoinformatics for Society and Environment, Kish Island, Iran, Islamic Republic of, 29/04/17.

APA

Labib, S., Siddiquee, M. Z. H., Khondoker, M. S. I., & Sayfullah, M. (2018). Exploring the Potentials of UAV Based Geo-Spatial Data Acquisition in Urban Environment: A Case study in Dhaka City, Bangladesh. In H. Arefi, F-J. Behr, & F. Alidoost (Eds.), Geoinformation – Supporting Crisis and Disaster Management : AGSE Eighth International Summer School and Conference (pp. 69-75). AGSE Publishing.

Vancouver

Labib S, Siddiquee MZH, Khondoker MSI, Sayfullah M. Exploring the Potentials of UAV Based Geo-Spatial Data Acquisition in Urban Environment: A Case study in Dhaka City, Bangladesh. In Arefi H, Behr F-J, Alidoost F, editors, Geoinformation – Supporting Crisis and Disaster Management : AGSE Eighth International Summer School and Conference. Karlsruhe, Germany: AGSE Publishing. 2018. p. 69-75

Author

Labib, Sm ; Siddiquee, Md. Z. H. ; Khondoker, Md. Shafiqul Islam ; Sayfullah, Md. . / Exploring the Potentials of UAV Based Geo-Spatial Data Acquisition in Urban Environment : A Case study in Dhaka City, Bangladesh. Geoinformation – Supporting Crisis and Disaster Management : AGSE Eighth International Summer School and Conference. editor / Hossein Arefi ; Franz-Josef Behr ; Fatemeh Alidoost. Karlsruhe, Germany : AGSE Publishing, 2018. pp. 69-75

Bibtex

@inproceedings{e3239685bd03427580326bb93bf5adff,
title = "Exploring the Potentials of UAV Based Geo-Spatial Data Acquisition in Urban Environment: A Case study in Dhaka City, Bangladesh",
abstract = "The usage of Unmanned Arial Vehicle (UAV) is undoubtedly very potential as well as very rapidly growing geospatial data acquisition method with disruptive role in the domain. The main focus of this research is to utilize an indigenous Quad-Copter to acquire spatial data in complex urban environment with a view toillustrating the potential using UAV data in urban planning and management activities including utility services. The study was conducted in a dense area of Dhaka city, the capital of Bangladesh. The process started with using an indigenous quad-copter; in this case, Mission-planner has been utilized to prepare a flight path for the UAV. After conducting the flight, extensive image processing has been operated, through synchronization of images, registration of the images, bundle block adjustment. For image processing and further extraction of data, Pix4DMapper and Correlator3D have been utilized. Moving forward, the processed images are used to prepare DTM, DSM, Orthographic images, and 3D point clouds. The process provided the data that are essential for several urban planning operations; such as Land Use planning, extracting urban volumetric data, extraction of vegetation structure, and common uses of DTM and DSM. The unique features of the UAV data for Dhaka is highly accurate, as Dhaka is mostly built us unplanned city, the urban fabric is very complex to extract data from medium or semi-high resolution optical satellite images. The UAV data used in this case study has provided 5cm resolution for orthophoto, planimetric accuracy of 2 cm and height accuracy of 5 cm. This studyseems to be very effective with special regards to time and cost saving with a significant improvement in data quality. This effort also helps us to overcome the limitations of cloud cover, spatial and temporal resolution of optical satellite images.",
keywords = "UAV, Remote Sensing, Geospatial data, Urban planning",
author = "Sm Labib and Siddiquee, {Md. Z. H.} and Khondoker, {Md. Shafiqul Islam} and Md. Sayfullah",
year = "2018",
language = "English",
pages = "69--75",
editor = "Arefi, {Hossein } and Franz-Josef Behr and Alidoost, {Fatemeh }",
booktitle = "Geoinformation – Supporting Crisis and Disaster Management",
publisher = "AGSE Publishing",
address = "Germany",
note = "Eighth International Summer School and Conference of Applied Geoinformatics for Society and Environment, AGSE 2017 ; Conference date: 29-04-2017 Through 04-05-2017",

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RIS

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