RS4212 Photogrammetry Laboratory Syllabus:

RS4212 Photogrammetry Laboratory Syllabus – Anna University PG Syllabus Regulation 2021


 To acquire practical knowledge in the field of Photogrammetry.


1. Testing stereovision with test card
2. Mirror stereoscope- base lining and orientation of aerial photographs and photo interpretation.
3. Scale of vertical photographs.
4. To find the height of point using Parallax concept.
5. Aerial Triangulation using digital photogrammetry
6. Bundle Block adjustment
7. Generation and editing of DTM and Contour
8. Orthophoto generation and Mosaic
9. Preparation of Planimetric map


On completion of the course, the student is expected to be able to
CO1 Understand the basic concepts of stereovision perception.
CO2 Acquire the knowledge about the aerial photographs
CO3 Understand the basic concepts of orientation procedure.
CO4 Provides hands on experience on the use of stereoscopic instruments and Digital photogrammetry software.
CO5 Prepare the orthophoto and mapping by digital photogrammetry.


1. Paul R.Wolf, Elements of Photogrammetry, McGraw-Hill Science, 2013, ISBN 0070713464, 9780070713468
2. Karl Kraus, Photogrammetry, Fundamentals and standard processes, Dümmler, 2000, ISBN 978 3 110190076
3. Mikhail Kasser and Yves Egels, “Digital Photogrammetry”, Taylor and Francis, 2003, ISBN 0 748 40944 0
4. Francis h. Moffitt, Edward M. Mikhail, Photogrammetry, TBS The Book Service Ltd, 1980, ISBN 13: 9780700221370
5. Edward M. Mikhail, James S.Bethel, J.Chris McGlone, Introduction on “Modern Photogrammetry”, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2001, ISBN 0-471-30924-9
6. Wilfried Linder, “Digital Photogrammetry”-Theory and Applications, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg New York, 3rd Edition, 2014, ISBN 3-540-00810-1
7. Digital Photogrammetry – A practical course by Wilfried Linder, 3rd edition, Springer, 2009