FUSION OF AIRBORNE AND TERRESTRIAL IMAGE-BASED 3D MODELLING FOR ROAD INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT – VISION AND FIRST EXPERIMENTS

  • Nebiker S
  • Cavegn S
  • Eugster H
  • et al.
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In this paper we present the vision and proof of concept of a seamless image-based 3d modelling approach fusing airborne and mobile terrestrial imagery. The proposed fusion relies on dense stereo matching for extracting 3d point clouds which – in combination with the original airborne and terrestrial stereo imagery – create a rich 3d geoinformation and 3d measuring space. For the seamless exploitation of this space we propose using a new virtual globe technology integrating the airborne and terrestrial stereoscopic imagery with the derived 3d point clouds. The concept is applied to road and road infrastructure management and evaluated in a highway mapping project combining stereovision based mobile mapping with high-resolution multispectral airborne road corridor mapping using the new Leica RCD30 sensor.

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Nebiker, S., Cavegn, S., Eugster, H., Laemmer, K., Markram, J., & Wagner, R. (2012). FUSION OF AIRBORNE AND TERRESTRIAL IMAGE-BASED 3D MODELLING FOR ROAD INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT – VISION AND FIRST EXPERIMENTS. ISPRS - International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences, XXXIX-B4, 79–84. https://doi.org/10.5194/isprsarchives-xxxix-b4-79-2012

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