The laser scanner is a detection technique essential for the 3D modeling of objects and it is well known its capability to acquire large amounts of data relatively in short times with a high degree of precision. So it is widespreadly used in broader research's fields from engineering to medicine and to the study and protection of cultural heritage. Through integration with other radiometric techniques you can get an overview on the state of conservation, particularly with the three-dimensional models obtained by integrating 3D laser scanner data with images obtained with the infrared camera, that is able to deliver, over the dimensional characterization, also information on possible anomalies, dimensional and in shape, invisible to human eyes and other techniques. In particular, this application with the integrated use of terrestrial laser scanning instrumentation and advanced infrared camera can test a possible use for cars, after packaging and transport, in order to detect any damage caused by transport.
|Titolo:||Integration of TLS and thermography for the morphometric characterization|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2015|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|