This contribution is based on studies aimed to a “quick” resolution of an integrated problem about self-localizing and perimetering through mobile devices. We applied the adopted methodology, derived from research and applications, on a real case study (outdoors) by using the following surveying tools: a kinematic Global Positioning System (GPS) and a Laser Scanner supporting a “mobile platform” (deployed on a mobile platform). A “GS14” GPS receiver provided by Leica Geosystem and a two-dimensional Laser Scanner provided by the Automation and Control Laboratory of the University “Mediteranea” of Reggio Calabria were positioned on an experimental mobile system specifically designed to simulate the behaviour of a future fully automated platform. This study focuses on the experimental development of a “quick” methodology for the traditional land surveying through a Laser Scanner alongside with GPS receivers in a three dimensional centimetric resolution within a single system of reference made up of individual scans operated by a “Stop-and-Go” device.

Experimentations and Integrated Applications Laser Scanner/GPS for Automated Surveys

BARRILE, Vincenzo;
2014

Abstract

This contribution is based on studies aimed to a “quick” resolution of an integrated problem about self-localizing and perimetering through mobile devices. We applied the adopted methodology, derived from research and applications, on a real case study (outdoors) by using the following surveying tools: a kinematic Global Positioning System (GPS) and a Laser Scanner supporting a “mobile platform” (deployed on a mobile platform). A “GS14” GPS receiver provided by Leica Geosystem and a two-dimensional Laser Scanner provided by the Automation and Control Laboratory of the University “Mediteranea” of Reggio Calabria were positioned on an experimental mobile system specifically designed to simulate the behaviour of a future fully automated platform. This study focuses on the experimental development of a “quick” methodology for the traditional land surveying through a Laser Scanner alongside with GPS receivers in a three dimensional centimetric resolution within a single system of reference made up of individual scans operated by a “Stop-and-Go” device.
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