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Development of Tools and Techniques to Survey, Assess, Stabilise, ...

By: D. J. Gregory

Description: The National Museum of Denmark,The Conservation Department, I.C. Modewegs Vej, Brede, Kongens Lyngby, 2800, Denmark. SASMAP’s purpose is to develop new technologies and best practices in order to locate, assess and manage Europe’s underwater cultural heritage in a more effective way than is possible today. SASMAP has taken an holistic- and process- based approach to investigating underwater environments and the archaeological sites contained therein. End u...

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Application of Sfm and Laser Scanning Technology to the Descriptio...

By: O. Ajioka; Y. Hori

Description: Dep. of Architecture and Urban Design, Faculty of Human-Environment Studies, Kyushu University, 6-10-1, Hakozaki, Higashi-ku, Fukuoka-shi, Fukuoka, Japan. Mosaic floors of surviving buildings in Ostia have been mainly recorded in photographs. From 2008, Japanese research group carries out a project of 3d measuring of the whole structure of ancient Roman city Ostia using laser scanners, including its landscape, city blocks, streets, buildings, wall painting...

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Wcdrr and the Ceos Activities on Disaters : Volume Xl-7/W3, Issue ...

By: A. Eddy; M. Poland; B. Kuligowski; I. Petiteville; C. Ishida; J. Danzeglocke; S. Zoffoli; B. Jones; F. Gaetani; S. Frye

Description: European Space Agency (ESA), ESRIN, Via G.Galilei, CP 64, 00044 Frascati, Italy. Agencies from CEOS (Committee on Earth Observation Satellites) have traditionally focused their efforts on the response phase. Rapid urbanization and increased severity of weather events has led to growing economic and human losses from disasters, requiring international organisations to act now in all disaster risk management (DRM) phases, especially through improved disaster...

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Design and Development of a Framework Based on Ogc Web Services fo...

By: E. Roccatello; M. Rumor; A. Nozzi

Description: 3DGIS, Italy. This paper illustrates the key concepts behind the design and the development of a framework, based on OGC services, capable to visualize 3D large scale geospatial data streamed over the web.

WebGISes are traditionally bounded to a bi-dimensional simplified representation of the reality and though they are successfully addressing the lack of flexibility and simplicity of traditional desktop clients, a lot of effort is still needed to r...

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Shadows of Previous Days – a Journey Into Digital Reconstruction :...

By: S. Linsinger

Description: Dipl.-Ing. Stefan Linsinger, MBA, Linsinger ZT GmbH, Hauptstraße 31, A5600 St. Johann im Pongau, Salzburg, Austria. In November 2011 the listed state rooms on the second floor of the Viennese city palace Am Hof 2 were largely destroyed by fire. The historic rooms on the ground floor, the monumental, marble-clad bank service hall and the wood-panelled club rooms all suffered badly from other consequences of the fire such as water and smoke damage. Planning ...

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High Temporal Resolution Permafrost Monitoring Using a Multiple St...

By: J. Busler; M. Kubanski; J. Sharma; J. Eppler

Description: MDA Systems Ltd., 13800 Commerce Parkway, Richmond, British Columbia, Canada. The combined effect of climate change and accelerated economic development in Northern regions increases the threat of permafrost related surface deformation to buildings and transportation infrastructure. Satellite based InSAR provides a means for monitoring infrastructure that may be both remote and spatially extensive. However, permafrost poses challenges for InSAR monitoring ...

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Mapping Glauconite Unites with Using Remote Sensing Techniques in ...

By: R. Ahmadirouhani; S. Samiee

Description: GSINET, Geomatic group, Geological Survey of Iran, North East Territory, Mashhad, Iran. Glauconite is a greenish ferric-iron silicate mineral with micaceous structure, characteristically formed in shallow marine environments. Glauconite has been used as a pigmentation agent for oil paint, contaminants remover in environmental studies and a source of potassium in plant fertilizers, and other industries. Koppeh-dagh basin is extended in Iran, Afghanistan and T...

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Land Cover Classification of Multi-sensor Images by Decision Fusio...

By: P. Li; B. Song

Description: Institute of Remote Sensing and GIS, Peking University, Beijing 100871, P R China. This paper proposed a novel method of decision fusion based on weights of evidence model (WOE). The probability rules from classification results from each separate dataset were fused using WOE to produce the posterior probability for each class. The final classification was obtained by maximum probability. The proposed method was evaluated in land cover classification using...

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Delineation of Sub-pixel Level Sedimentary Litho-contacts by Super...

By: S. Sanjeevi; S. Shanmuga Priyaa

Description: Remote Sensing Unit, Department of Geology, Anna University, Chennai, India. To delineate the geological formation at the surface, satellite image classification approaches are often preferred. This study aims to produce a super resolved map with better delineation of the litho-contacts from the medium resolution Landsat image. Conventionally used per-pixel classification provides an output map at the same resolution of the satellite image, while the super...

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Development and Evaluation of a Uav Based Mapping System for Remot...

By: L. Klingbeil; M. Wieland; C. Eling; C. Hess; H. Kuhlmann

Description: Institute of Geodesy and Geoinformation, University of Bonn, 53115 Bonn, Germany. In recent years, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) have increasingly been used in various application areas, such as in the remote sensing or surveying. For these applications the UAV has to be equipped with a mapping sensor, which is mostly a camera. Furthermore, a georeferencing of the UAV platform and/or the acquired mapping data is required. The most efficient way to realiz...

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Automatic Near-real-time Image Processing Chain for Very High Reso...

By: A. Marsetič; K. Čotar; P. Pehani; K. Zakšek; J. Zaletelj; M. Perše; K. Oštir; T. Rodič

Description: Slovenian Centre of Excellence for Space Sciences and Technologies SPACE-SI, Ljubljana, Slovenia. In response to the increasing need for automatic and fast satellite image processing SPACE-SI has developed and implemented a fully automatic image processing chain STORM that performs all processing steps from sensor-corrected optical images (level 1) to web-delivered map-ready images and products without operator's intervention.

Initial developmen...

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A Quality Analysis and Uncertainty Modeling Approach for Crowd-sou...

By: Q. Hu; M. Wang; M. Zhou

Description: School of Remote Sensing and Information Engineering, Wuhan University, China. The location check-in data, developing along with social network, are considered as user-generated crowd-sourcing geospatial data. With massive data volume, abundance in contained information, and high up-to-date status, the check-in data provide a new data source for geographic information service represented by location-based service. However, there is a significant quality is...

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Uas Mapping as an Alternative for Land Surveying Techniques? : Vol...

By: L. Devriendt; J. Bonne

Description: Orbit GeoSpatial Technologies, Photogrammetry Department, Scherpeputstraat 14, 9160 Lokeren, Belgium. Can a UAS mapping technique compete with standard surveying techniques? Since the boom in different RPAS (remotely piloted air system), UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle), or UAS (unmanned aerial system), this is one of the crucial questions when it comes to UAS mappings. Not the looks and feels are important but the reliability, ease-to-use, and accuracy that yo...

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Analysis and Correction of the Dependency Between Laser Scanner In...

By: R. Blaskow; D. Schneider

Description: Technische Universität Dresden, Institute of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, Dresden, Germany. Intensity values, which are registered by a terrestrial laser scanner system (TLS) for each point of a 3D point cloud in addition to its coordinates, are affected by the characteristic of the measured object and the parameters of the environment. The backscattered electromagnetic signal is influenced in his strength by the reflectivity of the scanned object su...

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Construction of Disaster Prevention Map Based on Digital Imagery :...

By: I.-j. Kang; J.-s. Lee; J.-b. Kim; H.-c. Yun

Description: Dept. of Civil Engineering, College of Engineering, Chungnam National University 99 Daehak-ro, Yuseong-gu, Daejeon, ROK, Korea. As global warming and has caused the number of abnormal changes, lots of damage has arisen recently due to natural disaster. To prevent and cope with these annually repeated natural hazards, the disaster management is required including the systematic management. Currently the national and related agencies are producing the flood ...

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How to Pan-sharpen Images Using the Gram-schmidt Pan-sharpen Metho...

By: T. Maurer

Description: Esri, 380 New York Street, Redlands, CA 92373, USA. Since its publication in 1998 (Laben and Brower, 2000), the Gram-Schmidt pan-sharpen method has become one of the most popular algorithms to pan-sharpen multispectral (MS) imagery. It outperforms most other pan-sharpen methods in both maximizing image sharpness and minimizing color distortion. It is, on the other hand, also more complex and computationally expensive than most other methods, as it require...

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Matera Città Narrata Project: an Integrated Guide for Mobile Syste...

By: C. Rufa; R. Carlani; S. Borghini; E. Pietroni

Description: CNR, Institute of Technologies Applied to Cultural Heritage, Via Salaria Km 29,300, 00015 Monterotondo st. (Rome), Italy. Matera città Narrata is a project coordinated by CNR ITABC and financed by the Agency of Tourist Promotion of Basilicata region, aimed to the creation of a digital platform able to support the public before and during the visit of Matera (World Heritage since 1993), providing cultural contents by multiple communicative formats and access ...

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Evaluating Parameters Affecting the Georeferencing Accuracy of Ter...

By: M. Varshosaz; M. Miri

Description: Dept. of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, Faculty of Geodesy and Geomatics Eng., K.N. Toosi University of Technology, Tehran, Iran. Today laser scanning is used as a powerful technology in measuring various simple and complex objects in cultural heritage applications. Depending on the size and the complexity of the objects, these measurements are usually made from several stations. Similar to all other surveying techniques, the coordinate systems of such m...

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Withdrawn Paper : Volume Xxxix-b2, Issue 1 (27/07/2012)

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The 21St Century Museum Climatic Monitoring System : Volume Xl-5/W...

By: W.-s. Liu

Description: Conservation Office, Leisure and Cultural Services Department, Hong Kong, China. Technology has provided us work convenience and shaped our quality of life; it has enabled an unprecedented level of access to knowledge by flipping screen of a hand-held electronic device without going elsewhere but stay connected wireless communication. This kind of technology has been broadly acquired at museums in Hong Kong for preserving their valuable collections. Simil...

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