#13 Dynamic Networks: a hands-on course (half day – morning)
Dynamics Networks (DNs) are a powerful technique for solving arbitrary sensor fusion problems, such as those arising in navigation and mapping applications. For instance, in photogrammetry, all the available sensor readings are processed together, being those image observations, raw inertial readings, GNSS position/velocity fixes, in a single joint-adjustment step. Another example is the use of DNs for trajectory determination of airborne laser scanning systems where point-to-point correspondences found in overlapping scan lines can be used as additional constraints. All this has considerable advantages in terms of quality of the results and ease of use with respect to conventional methodologies.
Davide A. CUCCI: Geneva School of Economics and Management, University of Geneva,
Jan SKALOUD: Geodetic Engineering Laboratory, Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne
Ismael COLOMINA: GeoNumerics , Castelldefels, Spain