Integration of photogrammetric and terrestrial laser scanning techniques for heritage documentation

Francisco Javier Cardenal Escarcena, Emilio Mata de Castro, José Luis Pérez García, Antonio T. Mozas Calvache, Tomás Fernández del Castillo, Jorge Delgado García, Manuel Ureña Cámara, Juan Carlos Castillo

Abstract

This paper presents the preliminary works of the Integration of Photogrammetric and Terrestrial Laser Scanner Techniques for Heritage Documentation Research Project (IFOTEL TIN2009-09939; Ministry of Science and Innovation, National Programme R+D+I, 2008-2011). The IFOTEL project aims with the improvement and optimization of heritage documentation by means of combination and integration of different methods and techniques, mainly close range photogrammetry (both terrestrial and aerial with light platforms), terrestrial laser scanner and surveying, joining the advantages of the different methods but also minimizing the disadvantages of each single technique.


Keywords

Documentation; Photogrammetry; Terrestrial laser scanner (TLS); Non metric cameras

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