Integration of photogrammetric and terrestrial laser scanning techniques for heritage documentation

Published on Apr 15, 2011in Virtual Archaeology Review
· DOI :10.4995/VAR.2011.4605
Javier Cardenal Escarcena1
Estimated H-index: 1
(University of Jaén),
Emilio Mata de Castro2
Estimated H-index: 2
(University of Jaén)
+ 5 AuthorsJuan Carlos Jiménez del Castillo2
Estimated H-index: 2
(University of Jaén)
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Abstract
Este trabajo presenta las ideas y trabajos preliminares del proyecto Integracion de Tecnicas de Fotogrametria y Escaner Laser Terrestre para la Documentacion Patrimonial (IFOTEL TIN2009-09939; Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovacion, Plan Nacional I+D+i, 2008-2011), con el que se pretende buscar la mejora y optimizacion de la documentacion del patrimonio cultural mediante la combinacion de diferentes metodos, especialmente de fotogrametria (tanto terrestre como aerea mediante el uso de plataformas ligeras), tecnicas de barrido laser (LIDAR terrestre) y topografia, que aunen las ventajas de todos ellos minimizando sus inconvenientes.
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