Mobile Scanning and Imaging Systems for Surveying and Mapping

A special issue of ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information (ISSN 2220-9964).

Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 May 2019) | Viewed by 490

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CIRGEO Interdepartmental Research Center of Geomatics, Department of Land, Environment, Agriculture and Forestry, University of Padua, TESAF, 35122 Padova, PD, Italy
Interests: GNSS; UAV; terrestrial laser scanning; GIS
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Secretary of ISPRS WG I/7—Mobile Mapping Technology, Interdepartmental Research Center of Geomatics (CIRGEO), University of Padua, Padua, Italy
Interests: geomatics; mobile mapping; laser scanning; photogrammetry; remote sensing; navigation; data processing; machine learning; unmanned aerial vehicles; cultural heritage
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Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

In the last decades, the quest for geospatial data is quickly increasing, mostly thanks to the number of location based services and applications, which are becoming of common use in the mobile devices of a significant part of the World population. Mobile mapping technologies have been largely used for rapidly collecting accurate spatial data of quite large areas. These systems are usually based on multi-sensor integration: a GNSS-based positioning module is usually integrated with a scanning and/or imaging system in order to produce georeferenced accurate 3D models. Furthermore, the recent introduction of spatial models including also some semantic information about the 3D data (e.g. BIM, CityGML), and the development of highly effective artificial intelligence techniques, are increasing the interest also on the semantic interpretation of the spatial data.

This Special Issue aims at presenting new research advancements on mobile scanning and imaging systems, both in terms of 3D spatial data generation (e.g. new devices, integration techniques, algorithmic advancements) and on the interpretation of the collected data (e.g. automatic segmentation and recognition, generation of semantic models from 3D data). Contributions on both terrestrial and aerial systems will be appreciated.

Prof. Alberto Guarnieri
Dr. Andrea Masiero
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Keywords

  • Laser Scanning
  • Mobile mapping
  • Surveying
  • Photogrammetry
  • UAV
  • 3D data processing
  • BIM
  • CityGML
  • GIS

Published Papers

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