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AbstractRemotely piloted aerial systems (RPASs) are gaining fast and wide application around the world due to its relative low-cost advantage in the acquisition of high-resolution imagery. However, standardized protocols for the construction of cartographic products are needed. The aim of this paper is to optimize the generation of digital terrain models (DTMs) by using different RPAS flight parameters. An orthogonal design L18 was used to measure the effect of photogrammetric flight parametersdoi:10.1515/geo-2020-0189 fatcat:elwgtabpivcdfk4bvlxvrzgfui