Energy Analysis of Road Accidents Based on Close-Range Photogrammetry
AbstractThis paper presents an efficient and low-cost approach for energy analysis of road accidents using images obtained using consumer-grade digital cameras and smartphones. The developed method could be used by security forces in order to improve the qualitative and quantitative analysis of traffic accidents. This role of the security forces is crucial to settle arguments; consequently, the remote and non-invasive collection of accident related data before the scene is modified proves to be essential. These data, taken in situ, are the basis to perform the necessary calculations, basically the energy analysis of the road accident, for the corresponding expert reports and the reconstruction of the accident itself, especially in those accidents with important damages and consequences. Therefore, the method presented in this paper provides the security forces with an accurate, three-dimensional, and scaled reconstruction of a road accident, so that it may be considered as a support tool for the energy analysis. This method has been validated and tested with a real crash scene simulated by the local police in the Academy of Public Safety of Extremadura, Spain. View Full-Text
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Morales, A.; Gonzalez-Aguilera, D.; Gutiérrez, M.A.; López, A.I. Energy Analysis of Road Accidents Based on Close-Range Photogrammetry. Remote Sens. 2015, 7, 15161-15178.
Morales A, Gonzalez-Aguilera D, Gutiérrez MA, López AI. Energy Analysis of Road Accidents Based on Close-Range Photogrammetry. Remote Sensing. 2015; 7(11):15161-15178.Chicago/Turabian Style
Morales, Alejandro; Gonzalez-Aguilera, Diego; Gutiérrez, Miguel A.; López, Alfonso I. 2015. "Energy Analysis of Road Accidents Based on Close-Range Photogrammetry." Remote Sens. 7, no. 11: 15161-15178.