MONITORING THE HISTORICAL MONUMENT "CURTEA VECHE" USING TERRESTRIAL LASER SCANNING

Authors

  • Gheorghe Iosif University of Craiova

Abstract

Throughout time, a series of methods have been developed for space point upheaval, commencing with the tahimetric methods, where the upheaval was created point by point, with attributes for each point, up to the mass upheaval of the object points through photogrammetric methods and through laser scanning. The timing for the punctual quantization of the objects and for inserting attributes to each point of the tahimetric methods, is very large comparing to the photogrammetric methods and to the laser scanning, which secure a rapid take over, but without attributes. Laser Scanning is a new geodetic technique, through which the geometry of a structure can be measured completely automatic (more or less), without the aid of the reflecting methods, with a high speed and a high accuracy. The result of the measures is represented by a (considerable) multitude of points, which in the specialized literature are called point cloud.

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Published

2014-08-30

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Working Group 4: Management, agriculture mechanization and cadastre