INTEGRATION OF GIS AND DIGITAL PHOTOGRAMMETRY IN BUILDING SPACE ANALYSIS
Mokhtar Azizi M.D
Department of Civil Engineering, Faculty of Engineering
M. Y. Ahmad, M. Z. Zainal Abiden
Faculty of Architecture, Planning & Surveying
University of Technology MARA (UiTM), 40450
The developments in information technology (IT) make it possible to collect, to process and to manipulate geography information in digital forms. This method is much more efficient as compared to the analog method. The geographic information is possible to be collected directly at site by using digital photogrammetry method. The method of digital photogrammetry enable us to process photography raster to produce digital surface model (DSM), which later can be used to correct geographic information.
A case study using digital photogrammetry
approach in collecting information concerning the size of buildings has been
carried out in the campus of the
In conclusion, this study has proven the effectiveness of Digital Photogrammetry and Geographical Information System (GIS) in producing a map to show the distribution of space usage in higher learning institution. This research has successfully shown that the digital photogrammetry method is able to capture digital data much faster and accurately. The combination of digital photogrammetry and GIS technology has proven to be the best choice in optimizing the space usage. This technique increases productivity at low cost as well as serves as a powerful tool for planning purposes.
Key words: Digital Photogrammetry, GIS, Information Technology, Spatial Data, Building Usage, Space Utilization