Diachronic UAV Photogrammetry of a Sandy Beach in Brittany (France) for a Long-Term Coastal Observatory. Jaud, M., Delacourt, C., Le Dantec, N., Allemand, P., Ammann, J., Grandjean, P., Nouaille, H., Prunier, C., Cuq, V., Augereau, E., Cocquempot, L., & Floc’h, F. 8(6):267. Number: 6
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In the dual context of coastal hazard intensification and the growing number of stakes exposed to these hazards, coastal observatories are in demand to provide a structured framework dedicated to long-term monitoring. This article describes the drone-based photogrammetry monitoring performed since 2006 on Porsmilin Beach (Brittany, France) in the framework of the DYNALIT (Littoral and Coastline Dynamics) observatory, focusing on data quality and the consistency of long-term time series under the influence of multiple technological evolutions: Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) platforms with the arrival of electric multirotor drones, processing tools with the development of structure-from-motion (SfM) photogrammetry, and operational modes of survey. A study case is presented to show the potential of UAV monitoring to study storm impacts and beach resilience. The relevance of high-accuracy monitoring is also highlighted. With the current method, an accuracy of 3 cm can be achieved on the digital elevation model (DEM) and the orthophotograph. The question of the representativity and frequency of DEM time points is raised.
@article{jaud_diachronic_2019,
	title = {Diachronic {UAV} Photogrammetry of a Sandy Beach in Brittany (France) for a Long-Term Coastal Observatory},
	volume = {8},
	rights = {http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/},
	url = {https://www.mdpi.com/2220-9964/8/6/267},
	doi = {10.3390/ijgi8060267},
	abstract = {In the dual context of coastal hazard intensification and the growing number of stakes exposed to these hazards, coastal observatories are in demand to provide a structured framework dedicated to long-term monitoring. This article describes the drone-based photogrammetry monitoring performed since 2006 on Porsmilin Beach (Brittany, France) in the framework of the {DYNALIT} (Littoral and Coastline Dynamics) observatory, focusing on data quality and the consistency of long-term time series under the influence of multiple technological evolutions: Unmanned Aerial Vehicles ({UAV}) platforms with the arrival of electric multirotor drones, processing tools with the development of structure-from-motion ({SfM}) photogrammetry, and operational modes of survey. A study case is presented to show the potential of {UAV} monitoring to study storm impacts and beach resilience. The relevance of high-accuracy monitoring is also highlighted. With the current method, an accuracy of 3 cm can be achieved on the digital elevation model ({DEM}) and the orthophotograph. The question of the representativity and frequency of {DEM} time points is raised.},
	pages = {267},
	number = {6},
	journaltitle = {{ISPRS} International Journal of Geo-Information},
	author = {Jaud, Marion and Delacourt, Christophe and Le Dantec, Nicolas and Allemand, Pascal and Ammann, Jérôme and Grandjean, Philippe and Nouaille, Henri and Prunier, Christophe and Cuq, Véronique and Augereau, Emmanuel and Cocquempot, Lucie and Floc’h, France},
	urldate = {2019-11-26},
	date = {2019-06},
	langid = {english},
	note = {Number: 6},
	keywords = {{SfM} photogrammetry, {UAV}, beach monitoring, coastal observatory}
}
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