Hybrid 3D Models: When Geomatics Innovations Meet Extensive Built Heritage Complexes
AbstractThis article proposes the use of a multiscale and multisensor approach to collect and model three-dimensional (3D) data concerning wide and complex areas to obtain a variety of metric information in the same 3D archive, which is based on a single coordinate system. The employment of these 3D georeferenced products is multifaceted and the fusion or integration among different sensors’ data, scales, and resolutions is promising, and it could be useful in the generation of a model that could be defined as a hybrid. The correct geometry, accuracy, radiometry, and weight of the data models are hereby evaluated when comparing integrated processes and results from Terrestrial Laser Scanner (TLS), Mobile Mapping System (MMS), Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV), and terrestrial photogrammetry, while using Total Station (TS) and Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) for topographic surveys. The entire analysis underlines the potentiality of the integration and fusion of different solutions and it is a crucial part of the ‘Torino 1911’ project whose main purpose is mapping and virtually reconstructing the 1911 Great Exhibition settled in the Valentino Park in Turin (Italy). View Full-Text
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Chiabrando, F.; Sammartano, G.; Spanò, A.; Spreafico, A. Hybrid 3D Models: When Geomatics Innovations Meet Extensive Built Heritage Complexes. ISPRS Int. J. Geo-Inf. 2019, 8, 124.
Chiabrando F, Sammartano G, Spanò A, Spreafico A. Hybrid 3D Models: When Geomatics Innovations Meet Extensive Built Heritage Complexes. ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information. 2019; 8(3):124.Chicago/Turabian Style
Chiabrando, Filiberto; Sammartano, Giulia; Spanò, Antonia; Spreafico, Alessandra. 2019. "Hybrid 3D Models: When Geomatics Innovations Meet Extensive Built Heritage Complexes." ISPRS Int. J. Geo-Inf. 8, no. 3: 124.
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