The aim of the project research is to test the application of aerial drone technology in the documentation and survey of built structures towards traditional methods of architectural detection. The research project proposes a thorough analysis of the potentials of the Survey System using platform UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) related to the built and environment system evaluating the pros and cons of UAV method survey in the following fields of application: Urban and Architectural survey, Structural survey and Environmental Survey. In the face of an initial financial commitment , this detection technique falls into a category of low economic impact and high safety of use of the same , which means you avoid the man inquires directly on places at risk and encourages the use highly scientific technology in order to verify the advantages related to: lower costs than traditional surveying techniques and aero , high speed of implementation; centimetric precision mapping . The goal of the research is the testing of the latest equipment available on the market in order to develop a methodology for vertical axis Survey at high altitude. Are provided through direct tests measurement campaigns designed to compare the current and well-established instruments of territorial-urban and architectural survey with the unexplored potentials of the Survey by Drones. This research concerns advanced telematics survey solutions such as: - Laser Scanner, Thermal sensor and Digital camera on board UAV DRONE in order to produce not only the traditional graphic-analytical representation from the urban scale to that of architectural detail but also Infographic Modeling of the survey and analysis of the historical and architectural heritage in integrated procedures for the conservation, safeguard and evaluation: 3D Rendering - Cultural Augmented Reality and GIS database. Key Words: Systems Laser Scanner; Thermographic; Photogrammetric

New applications of integrated survey on UAV platform for architecture and environment.

Giulia Pellegri
2015

Abstract

The aim of the project research is to test the application of aerial drone technology in the documentation and survey of built structures towards traditional methods of architectural detection. The research project proposes a thorough analysis of the potentials of the Survey System using platform UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) related to the built and environment system evaluating the pros and cons of UAV method survey in the following fields of application: Urban and Architectural survey, Structural survey and Environmental Survey. In the face of an initial financial commitment , this detection technique falls into a category of low economic impact and high safety of use of the same , which means you avoid the man inquires directly on places at risk and encourages the use highly scientific technology in order to verify the advantages related to: lower costs than traditional surveying techniques and aero , high speed of implementation; centimetric precision mapping . The goal of the research is the testing of the latest equipment available on the market in order to develop a methodology for vertical axis Survey at high altitude. Are provided through direct tests measurement campaigns designed to compare the current and well-established instruments of territorial-urban and architectural survey with the unexplored potentials of the Survey by Drones. This research concerns advanced telematics survey solutions such as: - Laser Scanner, Thermal sensor and Digital camera on board UAV DRONE in order to produce not only the traditional graphic-analytical representation from the urban scale to that of architectural detail but also Infographic Modeling of the survey and analysis of the historical and architectural heritage in integrated procedures for the conservation, safeguard and evaluation: 3D Rendering - Cultural Augmented Reality and GIS database. Key Words: Systems Laser Scanner; Thermographic; Photogrammetric
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