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AN INTEGRATED ON-BOARD LASER RANGE SENSING SYSTEM FOR ON-THE-WAY CITY AND ROAD MODELLING

Abstract : Precise realistic models of outdoor environments such as cities and roads are useful for various applications. However, for a high level of detail, and a large size of environment to be digitized, one has to face the issues of quantity of information to be acquired, processed and stored, and of overall processing time. We present in this paper an integrated on-board laser range sensing system addressing this need: it is designed to perform city and road geometric modelling as it moves. It is based on a laser range sensor mounted on a vehicle whose position is known trough GPS-INS localization; it produces raw 3D range data and performs specific modelling for cities and features extraction for roads.
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F Goulette, F Nashashibi, I Abuhadrous, S Ammoun, C Laurgeau. AN INTEGRATED ON-BOARD LASER RANGE SENSING SYSTEM FOR ON-THE-WAY CITY AND ROAD MODELLING. International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences, Copernicus GmbH (Copernicus Publications), 2006, 34 (A). ⟨hal-01259660⟩

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