Geometric correction accuracy of IRS-1D PAN imagery using topographic map versus GPS control points

2004-03-01
Turker, M
Gacemer, AO
Geometric correction accuracy of IRS-1D panchromatic imagery was investigated using GPS- and 1 : 25 000 scale topographic map-derived control points. The differentially corrected GPS-derived coordinates provided markedly more accurate results than did uncorrected handheld GPS- and map-derived GCPs. The rms error value of differentially corrected GPS-derived control points based on second-degree polynomial was in the order of +/-3 m. Geometric corrections made with second-degree polynomials, using both the map- and uncorrected handheld GPS-derived control points, yielded rms error values in the order of +/-5 m. The results revealed that the uncorrected handheld GPS-derived control points can be a valuable alternative to planimetric control for geometric correction of IRS-1C/D panchromatic imagery with one-pixel size accuracy.

Citation Formats
M. Turker and A. Gacemer, “Geometric correction accuracy of IRS-1D PAN imagery using topographic map versus GPS control points,” INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF REMOTE SENSING, vol. 25, no. 6, pp. 1095–1104, 2004, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/66028.