02-07-2018 09:29 PM
I extracted DSM on quarry with SGM method. WV-3 was used. Sgm settings: min Z - (-29), max Z - 284, RPC resid threshold - 0,1, Y parallax threshold - 0,2. I think, that result is not good, because SGM created point cloud with low density on the bottom of quarry. Thera are a lot of holes and peakes, wrong elevation meanings. I attached the printscreens. Unfortunately, I closed erdas before taking session log. What can you advice to improve the result?
Best regards, Aruana
02-07-2018 02:02 AM
First make sure that orientation is as good as it can be. It sounds a bit that you have now used only RPC and no ground control. Use some GCP's and improve the orientation
When orientation is as good as it can be then starting tuning up parameters for point density etc. I have no experience on those what is the most effective parameter but in principle the orientation improvement is key factor and after it is done as well as it can be you can proceed to other details.
02-12-2018 01:01 AM
I used 1 GCP. After DSM creation, I did point cloud classification and filtering. The result is good on surface of the quarry. But quarry bottom has low density points, a lot of peakes and false elevation values. I think it is because of too dark histogam of stereo pair. Maybe you can give advice how to improve histogam of stereo pair and to increase the information content of images? I did rescale of each images, but when I replace the original images, connection with RPC loses.
02-12-2018 01:09 AM
I've had exactly the same issues that you are experiencing. I also tried enhancing and rescaling the data - you need to create a new block file with this data in order to pick up the RPCs. However, even with that I got poor matching in dark, shadowy areas. Tridicom SGM creates the epipolar pair as 8bit data; unitl as and when or if it changes to use 16 bit, I think we're stuck with noisy results with a low point density. Cheers, Johnnie.