By Raphaële Héno
Conventional topographic databases, got through catch on aerial or spatial photographs supply a simplified 3D modeling of our city surroundings, answering the desires of various functions (development, chance prevention, mobility administration, etc.). notwithstanding, once we need to symbolize and learn extra complicated websites (monuments, civil engineering works, archeological websites, etc.), those types not suffice and different acquisition and processing capacity need to be carried out. This booklet specializes in the research of tailored lifting skill for "notable buildings". The equipment tackled during this e-book conceal lasergrammetry and the present thoughts of dense correlation in accordance with photos utilizing traditional photogrammetry.
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1. 1). In this case, a cable release can be used to avoid moving the camera during the opening of the shutter. If a cable release is not available, the camera can be used in delay mode. Obviously, we can say that the stability of the ground must be checked before starting the image survey on a tripod with very long exposure. 19), to which the camera can be attached. It must be remotely controlled, often with the use of a computer, linked via a wireless network or a cable. Handling a pole of around 10 m in length is obviously more complicated than a traditional tripod for reasons of safety and its burdensome nature.
This book presents a state-of-the-art of the methods specifically adapted to outstanding sites and the research currently being carried out in this area. The methods addressed in this text range from lasergrammetry to current dense correlation techniques using images as well as traditional photogrammetry. These methods allow for the surveying of outstanding sites, permitting the restitution of the structures’ form and appearance with a precision and a level of detail agreed upon in advance in a set of building specifications.
Indeed, in this case, the trigger of the image surveying is aided by GNSS methods at a trajectory calculated according to the image surveying specifications and the relief of the ground. This is not the case for terrestrial image surveying, which is confronted by the front of structures which are extremely complex relative to the distance of the camera, as well as hidden areas, a lack of perspective, and an inaccessibility of some angles (the upper parts of façades especially). 17) [WAL 94]. 12.