Active use of panoramic mobile mapping systems for as built surveying and heritage documentation

B.S.A. Alsadik, Luma Khalid Jasim

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Abstract

Mobile mapping systems (MMS) are widely used technology nowadays for spatial data collection of large scale projects like for city and highway mapping. The systems are mainly equipped with laser scanning sensors and/or imaging sensors mounted on a moving vehicle during the scene capture. Imaging sensors are normally cameras which either capture perspective or panoramic images covering the whole horizon of the vehicle. The orientation of the captured panoramic images is accurate to centimeters’ level because of the precise positioning and navigation systems equipped with these mapping systems. However, the positioning accuracy of mobile mapping systems can be degraded in city centers or urban canyons because of the satellite signal disturbances. In this article, we discuss the following objectives: (1) the possibility to use the mobile mapping images for cultural heritage documentation and as built surveying and how accurate the mapping can be; (2) the concept of using the mobile mapping images as a tool of georeferencing the crowdsource images; and (3) the efficiency of using the multi-temporal mobile mapping images for occluded free cultural heritage facade orthophotos. The mobile mapping systems of CycloMedia with two panoramic products of Cyclorama images (12 MP) and HD Cycloramas (100 MP) are used for the experimental tests in this research article.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)244-256
Number of pages13
JournalInternational Journal of Architectural Heritage
Volume13
Issue number2
Early online date15 Feb 2018
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 17 Feb 2019
Externally publishedYes

Keywords

  • mobile mapping systems
  • panoramic images
  • ITC-ISI-JOURNAL-ARTICLE

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