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Modeling 3D Objects for Navigation Purposes Using Laser Scanning

By Cezary Specht, Pawel Dabrowski, Andrzej Dumalski and Karolina Hejbudzka

Abstract

The paper discusses the creation of 3d models and their applications in navigation. It contains a review of available methods and geometric data sources, focusing mostly on terrestrial laser scanning. It presents detailed description, from field survey to numerical elaboration, how to construct accurate model of a typical few storey building as a hypothetical reference in complex building navigation. Hence, the paper presents fields where 3d models are being used and their potential new applications

Topics: Modeling 3D Objects, Laser Scanning, 3D Objects, Urban Navigation, Complex Building Navigation, Global Positioning System (GPS), Gdynia Maritime University (GMU), Time of Flight (TOF) , Canals and inland navigation. Waterways, TC601-791, Transportation and communications, HE1-9990
Publisher: Gdynia Maritime University
Year: 2016
OAI identifier: oai:doaj.org/article:1b796a34df544eaba832c17d009b820c
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