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Infrastructures, Volume 4, Issue 4 (December 2019) – 19 articles
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Improving the resilience of infrastructures is key to reducing their risk vulnerability and [...] Read more. Improving the resilience of infrastructures is key to reducing their risk vulnerability and mitigating impacts from natural and human-made hazards. One of the most relevant aspects of resilience is preparation. This is directly related to: (i) risk prediction capability; (ii) infrastructure monitoring; and (iii) the systems contributing to anticipating risks and preparing the infrastructure for potential damage. This work presents a review summarizing the state of the art of LiDAR-based data processing, with special emphasis on road and railway infrastructure and discussing relevant applications related to the monitoring and inventory of transport infrastructures. Furthermore, different commercial LiDAR-based terrestrial systems are compared to offer a broad scope of the available sensors for the remote monitoring of infrastructures.View this paper.