Members


The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).

The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.

Members


The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).

The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.

Members


The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).

The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.

Members


The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).

The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.

Members


The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).

The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.

Members


The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).

The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.

Members


The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).

The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.

Members


The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).

The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.

Members


The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).

The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.

Members


The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).

The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.

Members


The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).

The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.

Members


The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).

The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.

Members


The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).

The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.

Members


The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).

The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.

Members


The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).

The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.

Members


The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).

The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.

Members


The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).

The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.

Members


The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).

The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.

Members


The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).

The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.

Members


The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).

The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.

Members


The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).

The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.

Members


The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).

The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.

Members


The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).

The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.

Members


The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).

The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.

Members


The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).

The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.

Members


The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).

The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.

Members


The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).

The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.

Members


The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).

The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.

Members


The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).

The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.

Members


The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).

The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.

Members


The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).

The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.

Members


The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).

The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.

Members


The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).

The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.

Members


The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).

The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.

Members


The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).

The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.

Members


The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).

The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.

Members


The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).

The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.

Members


The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).

The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.

Members


The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).

The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.

Members


The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).

The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.

Members


The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).

The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.

Members


The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).

The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.The Geomatic Technologies for the 3D digitalization and modelling of complex objetcs (TIDOP) research group was created on 2005 and belongs to the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of the University of Salamanca (one of the oldest universities in Europe and an academic point of reference throughout its almost 800 years of existence).This recognized research group is characterized by multi-disciplinary members with diverse profiles: geomatics, computer scientist, industrial engineers, civil engineers and architects devoted to the development and application of intelligent sensors and computer systems to engineering and architecture applications. One of the main streams of this group is the transfer of technology with more than 10 patents and intellectual properties.In the last years, the researchers have focused majority of the efforts on the development of algorithms and tools for modelling the world in 3D at scale only using photographs or points clouds. They have been awarded with several international and nationals prizes. As a result, TIDOP research unit works on more than ten projects in collaboration with leading companies in these industries and other issues related to aerospatial systems, energy, security, transport and road inventory and maintenance.

Members

Head of Cartographic and Land Engineering Department and Head of the TIDOP research unit

Diego González-Aguilera

Graduated at Salamanca University (Spain) in Surveying Engineering (1999) and Geodesy and Cartography Engineering (2001), he stayed as research assistant at INRIA Grenoble (France) in the Institute of Computer Vision and Robotics, where he also performed his PhD on ‘3d reconstruction from a single view’ in 2005. Based on his thesis’s results, he obtained six international awards of the International Societies of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ISPRS/ASPRS). He has authored more than 150 research articles in international journals and conference proceedings. He is Full Professor at the University of Salamanca in the field of photogrammetry, geodetic and cartographic engineering. Actually, he is member of the ISPRS, where he is serving as Co-Chair of the Working Group on ‘Data Acquisition and Processing in Cultural Heritage’ and regularly as program committee member of conferences and reviewer for related journals. In 2015, the contribution of his works to the progress of knowledge was recognized by the Royal Academy of Engineering with the Royal Academy of Engineering Award ‘Juan Lopez de Peñalver’.

Research lines:

  • Close range photogrammetry
  • Computer vision
  • Laser scanning applied to engineering and architecture
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TIDOP Member

David Hernández López

Head of Cartography, Photogrammetry and Geodesy Area of Remote Sensing and Geographic Information System Section of Institute for Regional Development in University of Castilla-La Mancha.Associate Professor at the Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha (UCLM), area of Cartographic Engineering, Geodesy and Photogrammetry, Department of Geologic Engineering and Mining, Higher Technical School of Agricultural Engineering in Albacete.Doctor in Geodesy and Cartography (1999) from the UPV, Engineer in Geodesy and Cartography (1996) from the Polytechnic University of Valencia (UPV) -First National Extraordinary Award in the degree-, and Technical Engineer in Surveying (1991) from the Polytechnic University of Madrid -First National Extraordinary Award in the degree-.Lecturer in three universities: UPV (1994-2000), Universidad de Salamanca (2000-2006) and UCLM (since 2006). Lecturing at three different levels: first, second and third, and covering a wide range of subjects in geomatic engineering such as astronomy, geodesy, mathematical cartography, photogrammetry, geodetic networks, surveying methods, monitoring, object-based software development oriented to geomatics, etc.He is author of a large number of teaching publications related with his lectures, namely Geodesy, Mathematical Cartography, Surveying and Photogrammetry.He has participated in a large number of Research and Development projects financed by public and enterprises, dealing with software development in geomatic applications. The following development might be enhanced: C++ software for planning and execution planning of aerial flights with matrix digital cameras adapted not only for PNOA but for other projects related with the National Geographic Institute (IGN), other public administrations and flight companies. He has also developed a C++ Software for flight planning with UAVs. He has also participated in the development of the C++ software in Linux PW, Photogrammetry Workbench, second prize award at CATCON, ISPRS 2012, http://www.isprs.org/catcon/catcon6.aspx. He is the author of different software tools in C++ and Matlab for surveying and geodetic applications, highlighting GeoTop library (Matlab and Octave) used for teaching in different subjects. He was the head of the extension JCRS in gvSIG to make use of a variety of reference and coordinate systems from different countries. He has developed C++ software requested by the IGN related to the transition from ED50 to ETRS89 for the file transformation of dgn format and for the creation of a new cartographic grid.Member at the Instituto de Desarrollo Regional, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha (IDR-UCLM) within the GIS and Remote Sensing Group where he is the head of Geodesy, Cartography and Photogrammetry. He is representing the UCLM in the Comission of Cartographic Coordination of the Junta de Comunidades de Castilla-La Mancha.

Research lines:

  • Software Development.
  • Photogrammetry
  • Computer vision
  • Positioning systems
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TIDOP Member

Pablo Rodríguez Gonzálvez

He took a BS degree in surveying engineering in 2004 from Oviedo University and an MS degree in geodesy and cartography in 2006 from Salamanca University. He received two First National End of Degrees Award for both degrees. He obtained his PhD in 2011, from Salamanca University, for which received an Extraordinary PhD award. His main research line is photogrammetry application to different fields (automotive, forensic sciences, …). He is involved in UAS, LiDAR researching and applications of TLS and gaming sensors to engineering and architecture. He is also interested in radiometric and geometric calibration of the different geomatic sensors.

Research lines:

  • UAS
  • LiDAR
  • TLS and gaming sensors to engineering and architecture
  • Radiometric and geometric calibration of geomatic sensors
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PhD Student

Jose Antonio Martín Jiménez

Associate Professor in Cartographic and Land Engineering Department. He earned his Diploma in Computer Science (1993) at Salamanca University (Spain), and graduated in Computer Engineering (1996) at Valladolid University (Spain). He is an applications analyst and programmer in different languages. His teaching and research lines are focused on developing applications for Engineering and Architecture.

Research lines:

  • Application development for engineering and architecture
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TIDOP Member

Jose Luis Molina

Deputy Director of Cartographic and Land Engineering Department. Graduated at Granada University (Spain) in Environmental Scientist (2002) and Hydrogeology at Polytechnic University of Catalonia (2007). He has three Masters related to the Environment and Water Management and Hydraulics. Dr. Molina obtained a PhD on Groundwater Management in 2009 from Geological Survey of Spain and Granada University. He is also currently finishing the degree in Civil Engineering. He has worked internationally with many research groups, Oxford University Centre for the Environment (OUCE), Land Water and Air Department at University of California-Davis, etc. He obtained in 2010 a Postdoc Research Fellow Position at the Integrated Catchment Assessment and Management Centre (iCAM) of the Australian National University (ANU), and after that, another Postdoc position at the Research Institute of Water Engineering and Environment (IIAMA) of the Polytechnic University of Valencia (UPV). Currently he holds an Assistant Professor Position at the Hydraulic Engineering Area of the Land and Cartographic Engineering Department of Salamanca University. Dr. Molina has got several publications in SCI high impact research journals such as “Journal of Hydrology”, “Environmental Modelling or Software”, “Water Resources Management”.

Research lines:

  • Hydrology
  • Environmental Modelling
  • Water Resources Management
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TIDOP Member

Jesús Herrero Pascual

He has more than 20 years of teaching experience at Salamanca University (Spain) in the field of Surveying Engineering. He graduated from this university in Geodesy and Cartography Engineering in 2004 and previously from Universidad Politécnica de Madrid in Surveying Engineering. He gained his Master of Advanced Studies in 2006 from Salamanca University. His fields of interest move from Remote Sensing Technologies to laser scanning techniques applied to engineering and architecture, based on which he has co-authored more than 10 research articles in international journals.

Research lines:

  • Remote sensign and laser scanning techniques applied to engineering and architecture
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TIDOP Member

Ángel Luis Muñoz Nieto

Director of the Master of Cartographic Geotechnologies applied to Engineering and Architecture (University of Salamanca). Has a Degree in Surveying Engineering at the University of Extremadura and is also graduated in Geography at the University of Salamanca, where he achieved his PhD in 2008 on “Orienteering maps. Characterization, standard review and external quality control”. Since 1991 is Professor at the Department of Geodesy, Photogrammetry and Cartography Engineering. His research interests are focused primarily on the use of mapping Geotechnologies for documentation and dissemination of heritage as well as the integration of sensors for 3D modeling of complex scenarios. He has authored more than 10 papers in international journals.

Research lines:

  • Use of mapping Geotechnologies for documentation and dissemination of heritage
  • Integration of sensors for 3D modeling of complex scenarios
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TIDOP Member

Benjamín Arias Pérez

Professor at Salamanca University since 2010. Previously, he was professor at the University of León between 2004 and 2010, and in the University of Salamanca between 2003 and 2004. He accomplished a BS Degree in surveying engineering at the University of Salamanca in 1999. Also he completed an MS Degree in Geodesy and Cartography in 2002 at Salamanca University. He received his PhD from Salamanca University in 2008. He teaches in subjects related with geomatic and his research lines are focused on aerial photogrametry and radar images.

Research lines:

  • Aerial photogrametry
  • Radar images
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TIDOP Member

Javier Gómez-Lahoz

Professor at Salamanca University since 1993. He has completed studies at the Complutense University of Madrid in Education Sciences in 1984, at the Polytechnic University of Madrid in Surveying Engineering in 1993 and obtained his PhD at the University of Salamaca in 1999. His thesis was on the result of his two main academic and profesional concerns, the field of computer aied learning/teaching of engineering, and the field of cartographic and photogrammetric engineering. This constitutes one of his research lines, the other being the application of low cost aerial and terrestrial photogrammetry to world heritage. He has fostered, participated in, and disseminated research projects on both lines.

Research lines:

  • computer aied learning/teaching of engineering
  • Application of low cost aerial and terrestrial photogrammetry to world heritage
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Análisis termográfico de edificios

 

El uso de la termografía infrarroja comMapaEnergeticoo técnica sobradamente provada para la inspección de edificios y localización de patologías como fugas de aire, humedades, etc. Nos permite realizar un examen visual “in-situ” de calidad de los objetos de estudio gracias a la posibilidad de visualizar en tiempo real los resultados pudiendo detectar sin dificultad los desperfectos o elementos característicos de estos. Estas técnicas de medición cualitativa nos proporcionan la posibilidad de realizar inspecciones rápidas y eficaces sin contacto directo con el objeto y de forma no destructiva, lo que disminuye tanto el riesgo de incidentes para los operarios como los daños producidos en los propios objetos de estudio ocasionados por otras técnicas intrusivas. Además, también se ha demostrado la utilidad de la termografía infrarroja como técnica puramente de medida a través de su utilización para el cálculo de propiedades termofísicas de materiales tales como difusividad y transmitancia térmica.

En el caso de termografía cualitativa, las publicaciones existentes tratan de estudios realizados in-situ, principalmente en edificios históricos o elementos del patrimonio cultural, mientras que los estudios cualitativos se realizan, en la mayor parte de los casos, en laboratorios sobre muestras de tamaño limitado. En aquellos casos en los que se han realizado estudios termográficos cuantitativos sobre edificios in-situ, los valores de temperatura son empleados con el objetivo de obtener propiedades termofísicas (conductancia térmica) reales del cerramiento, sin embargo su distribución espacial no es considerada.

Conjugar ambas aplicaciones permitirá la automatización del cálculo de pérdidas de calor a partir de las temperaturas medidas con una cámara termográfica. De este modo, no solo se usa la termografía para representar el estado de la pared, sino que también se usan los valores de temperatura contenidos en la termografía para la extracción de parámetros métricos del edificio en estudio, por lo que la hibridación de la información termográfica con el material cartográfico de precisión permitiría extraer la geometría real del objeto de estudio con textura termográfica, pudiendo así realizar mediciones precisas de los elementos de interés directamente sobre el resultado obtenido.

 

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Estudios como el publicado por EuroACE en 2010 colocan la mejora de la eficiencia energética en edificación en cabeza de las acciones necesarias para la reducción de emisiones de gases del efecto invernadero y gasto energético, así como para servir de empuje a la generación de empleo. Especial es el caso del parque de edificios ya construidos, la mayoría procedente de los años 1940-80, con normativa inexistente y recursos escasos. En ellos las obras de rehabilitación energética pueden suponer un ahorro de hasta el 75% en consumo de energía. En España existen 13 millones de viviendas susceptibles de intervención, cuya rehabilitación energética supondría una reducción de las emisiones del sector del 34% con respecto al año 2001.

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Building thermographic analysis

 

 

The use of infraMapaEnergeticored thermography as a widely tested technique for building inspection and location of pathologies such as air leakage and moisture allows the performance of  quality “in-situ” visual examination of the objects under study due to the possibility of obtaining real-time results, being able to detect without difficulty damages or material characteristics. This qualitative measurement technique provides the capability of doing quick, effective and non-destructive inspection without direct contact with the object under study, decreasing the risk of incidents to operators and the damage of the objects comparing with other intrusive techniques. Furthermore, the utility of infrared thermography as a measurement technique has been proved by its use for the determination of the thermophysical properties of materials such as diffusivity and thermal transmittance.

In the qualitative approach, some authors have performed in-situ studies, mainly in historical buildings or cultural heritage elements, whereas quantitative studies are performed mainly in laboratories with limited size samples. In those cases where quantitative thermography studies were performed in-situ, temperature values were employed in order to obtain the real thermophysical properties (thermal conductance) of the building envelope, but their spatial distribution is not considered.

Combine both applications will enable the automation of the heat loss computation from the measured temperatures with a thermographic camera. Thus, the thermography is not only used to represent the state of the wall, but also temperature values represented on the thermography for extracting the metric parameters of the study object so the hybridization of the thermographic information with precise cartographic material would  allow to extract the actual geometry of the object of study with thermal texture, being able to make accurate measurements of the elements of interest directly on the obtained results.

 

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Studies such as the one published by EuroACE in 2010, places improved energy efficiency in building construction at the top of the list of actions that need to be taken to reduce greenhouse gases and energy costs, in addition to acting as a stimulus to generate employment. In particular is the case of existing buildings stock, most of which dates back to the period 1940-80, constructed using non-existent standards and scarce resources. Here, energy refurbishment works could represent a saving of up to 75% in energy consumption. In Spain there are 13 million homes that could be the subject of intervention, where energy refurbishment could result in a reduction in sector emissions of 34% compared to 2001.

 

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PhD Student

Manuel Gesto Díaz

He studied Industrial Engineering specializing in Automation & Electronics in the University of Vigo (2010), and Industrial Engineering specializing in Facilities and Construction (2012). The realization of his final master project was in the Geotechnologies Applied Research Group at the University of Vigo, with a stay in the TU Delft (Netherlands) Selected for GSoC ´14 (Google Summer of Code 2014) with the \”Object Discovery in Data Kinfu\” and member of K4W development program for Kinect v2. Currently doing his phd and working in different research lines based on the use of low-cost sensors (sensors RGBD, sensors game, structured light) for the acquisition and processing of point clouds and their application in different fields such as 3D recognition reverse and Augmented Reality applications and Virtual Reality engineering.

Research lines:

  • Low cost sensors (structured light, RGBD, game sensors)
  • Augmented reality
  • Virtual reality.
  • 3DRecognition
  • Reverse Engineering
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PhD Student

Sandra Zancajo Blázquez

She is a PhD student at the University of Salamanca (Spain) in the doctoral programme of Research and Development in Geotechnologies. At the University of Salamanca she get the Surveying Engineering degree in 2007, Geodesy and Cartography Engineering degree in 2009, M.S. in Cartographic Geotechnologies applied to Engineering and Architecture in 2009 and M.S. in Secondary School Teaching, Vocational Training and Language Teaching Training, with specialization in Mathematics in 2011. Her main research line is laser and photogrammetric geotechnologies applied to 3D modeling of complex scenes in forensic infography.

Research lines:

  • Terrestrial Laser Scanner system.
  • Laser scanner mobile system (Indoor Mapping).
  • Gaming Sensor applied to forensic science.
  • Close range photogrammetry.
  • Computer Vision.
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TIDOP Member

Susana del Pozo Aguilera

PhD in Civil Engineering (2016, University of Salamanca) with international mention and Cum-Laude distinction after the conclusion of her doctoral thesis entitled: “Multispectral imaging for the analysis of materials and pathologies in civil engineering, constructions and natural spaces” which was internationally awarded by the CIPA-ICOMOS. Her research interests are focused primarily on the fusion of different geotechnology sensors and techniques to remotely assess the condition of civil engineering buildings, materials, discriminate between different types of rocks and even to detect diseases in crops. She performed a research stay at the Geoscience and Remote Sensing Department of the TuDelft University (Netherlands, 2014) working on the geometric and spectral characterization of outcrops, linking in situ and spaceborne measurements. She has an MSc Degree in Laboral Risks (2011) at the University of La Rioja and a BSc. Civil Engineering Degree (2009) at the University of Salamanca.

Research lines:

  • Radiometric and geometric calibration of multispectral sensors
  • Radiative transfer models
  • Close-range multispectral images applied to engineering and agronomy
  • Computer vision applied to image-based modeling of aircrafts and complex scenarios
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PhD Student

Luis López Fernández

Luis López-Fernández received the B.S. degree in “Surveying Engineering” from the University of Oviedo, in 2011, the M.S. degree in Cartographic “Geotechnologies applied to Engineering and Architecture”  from the University of Salamanca in 2013 and the PhD degree in “Cartographic Geotechnologies in Construction, Energy and Industry” from the University of Salamanca, in 2017. He complements CV with extensive training in software development (C, C++ and Python among others), computer vision and artificial intelligence; with more than five years of professional experience in these fields and several contributions to different open source projects like PCL, CloudCompare or GRAPHOS. His main research interest concern the fusion and calibration of geomatic sensors and the development of computer vision and artificial intelligence software algorithmic for the automatic feature extraction and evaluation, mainly in data from LiDAR and imaging sensors.  He is currently member of the ADAS R&D (Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems) group at CTAG (Centro Tecnológico de Automoción de Galicia), developing hardware and software perception solutions for autonomous driving systems.

Research lines:

  • Fusion of geomatic sensors with infrared thermography
  • Energy analysis and diagnostic of buildings
  • Computer vision
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TIDOP Member

Monica Herrero Huerta

She studied Civil Engineering at the University Alfonso X (2007) and M.S. in Cartographic Geotechnologies applied to Engineering and Architecture at the University of Salamanca (2013). Later, in 2016, she obtained her PhD deegre in geotechnologies. Nowadays, Mónica is working in different research lines based on Close-Range Photogrammetry applied to Agroforestry Engineering by low-cost platforms. She was guest researcher at the Institute for Regional Development (Spain) (2014) and nowadays she is research staff at the Delft University of Technology (The Netherlands) in the Remote Sensing department. Her research interests are focused primarily on radiometric and geometric analysis of multispectral images, fusion of RGB, multispectral, thermal and LiDAR sensors, characterization of point clouds in urban and forestry areas and Energy and Radiative Transfer Models in agronomic scenarios.

Research lines:

  • Radiometric and geometric calibration of passive sensors
  • Close-range photogrammetry and computer vision applied to Agroforestry Engineering
  • Energy and radiative transfer models applied to Viticulture.
  • Spectral analysis and diagnostic of vineyards
  • Extraction of tree geometrical parameters coming from Mobile LiDAR System
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PhD Student

Alberto Holgado Barco

He is a PhD student at the University of Salamanca (Spain) in the doctoral programme of Research and Development in Geotechnologies. At the University of Salamanca he get the Surveying Engineering degree in 2009, M.S. in Cartographic Geotechnologies applied to Engineering and Architecture in 2009 and Degree in geomatics and Surveying Engineering in 2013. His main line of research is the mobile mapping systems in the inspection and inventory of roads.

Research lines:

  • Mobile Mapping System.
  • Terrestrial Laser Scanner system.
  • Close range photogrammetry.
  • UAV unmanned aerial vehicle.
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PhD Student

Cristina Saéz Blázquez

Mining technical engineer (2012) from the University of Salamanca. She obtained an extraordinary prize for her academic record in this degree. On top of that her final project got the third award at the “EDP University Challenge” and was also finalist at the “Hueco Energy Starter”. She also has a Degree in Mining and Energy at the University of Salamanca (2014) and completed a MS Degree in Laboral Risks in 2013 at the “Camilo José Cela” University. At the moment she is a PhD student at the University of Salamanca in the doctoral programme of “Cartographic Geotechnologies in Construction, Energy and Industry” developing research lines related with the renewable energies, in special the Geothermal Energy.

Research lines:

  • Analysis of the process of design of a geothermal installation
  • Generation of electricity by the geothermal energy
  • New possibilities of use of renewable energies
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TIDOP Member

Manuel Rodríguez Martín

Manuel is a PhD at the University of Salamanca and the University of Vigo with Cum Laude mention. He got the Mechanical Engineering degree in 2010 by the University of Valladolid, Professional Master in Management of Quality, PRL and Environment by Cerem Int. Business School of Madrid in 2011, M.S. in Industrial Engineering in 2012 by University of Salamanca ,M.S. in Secondary Mathematics Teaching in 2013 by Int. University of Rioja and. Since 2008 he has completed 520 hours in different training courses on energy efficiency, systems, structures and other fields of engineering. Since 2013 he has worked as a building energy auditor.

Research lines:

  • Nondestructive testing (NDT) for material assessment
  • Active thermography and excitation energy sources
  • Algorithms for thermal image processing
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TIDOP Engineering

Diego Guerrero Sevilla

Graduated at Castilla – La Mancha University in Computer Systems Engineering (2001) and Computer Engineering (2005). He has been part of the Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems group at Castilla – La Mancha University leading software development projects in the field of geomatic engineering. Was technical director of SIGTEL Geomatics, a spin-off company of Castilla – La Mancha University. He obtained an international award of the International Societies of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ISPRS/ASPRS) as part of the “Photogrammetry Workbench” software development team. He is member of TIDOP group since 2011 working in software development projects in the area of photogrammetry al 3D modeling.

Research lines:

  • Application development in the area of geomatics,photogrammetry and 3D modelling
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TIDOP Member

Jesús Fernández Hernández

Industrial Technical Engineer (1980) and Industrial Engineer (2004) by University of Salamanca (Spain). He is teacher in a high school specializing in Electronic Systems and Associate Professor in the University of Salamanca in Cartographic and Land Engineering Department, Prospecting and Mining Research area. He has participated in several software and patents for the research group Tidop, also he has several articles in international journals. Actually, he is developing his doctoral thesis.

Research lines:

  • Application of UAVs to photogrammetry
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TIDOP Member

Luis Javier Sánchez Aparicio

In 2011, he recived the Bachellor´s Degree, in Arquitecture. Later, in 2012, the Master´s Degree in Geothecnologies applied to Arquitecture and Engineering. In 2014, he recived the Degree in Building Engineering. This year, he did a pre-doctoral stay during 3 months at the University of Minho (Guimarães,Portugal), in the research group of Masonry and Historical Constructions, with which he remains research collaborations. In 2016, he obtained his PhD deegre (International mention and extraordinary prize), after the conclusion of his thesis entitled “Damage evaluation in constructions based on geomatic and dynamic approaches”. Obtaining the Cum-Laude mention

Research lines:

  • Modelling strategies for structural analysis
  • Damage evaluation through vibration signatures and geotecnologies in historical constructions
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TIDOP Member

Inmaculada Picón Cabrera

Graduated at Polytechnic University of Madrid in Surveying Engineering (1991) and is also graduated Geodesy and Cartography Engineering (2002) from Salamanca University (Spain). Actually, she is developing her Doctoral thesis. Since 1992 is Professor at the University Salamanca, area of Cartographic Engineering, Geodesy and Photogrammetry with extensive teaching experience in the field of Cartography and Geographic information system. She stayed as research work with the Department of Geology at the University of Salamanca, and later the research group Tidop participating in several Research Project and Articles in international journals.

Research lines:

  • Laser scanning applied to engineering and architecture
  • 3D Modelling
  • Virtual Reality
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TIDOP Member

Susana Lagüela Lopez

Mining Engineer (2009) from the University of Vigo, where she also received her MSc in Environmental Engineering (2010). She obtained her PhD with international mention in 3D thermography in 2014 at the University of Vigo, receiving an Extraordinary PhD Award. She was a visiting researcher at the Polytechnic University of Valencia (2010), the University of California Berkeley (2011) and the ITC-CNR in Italy (2012). She performed a postdoctoral research stay at ETH Zurich (2014), working on the application of thermography for the study of evapotransporation phenomena in porous media. She is currently a postdoctoral researcher in Salamanca University. Author of more than 30 papers and conference contributions, she received the Prize to Young Researchers in New Technologies from the Council of Pontevedra, Spain (2011), and the Prize “Ermanno Grinzato to Researchers Under 30” from the International Conference in Thermography, AITA2013. She is an official thermographer Level 1 for the Infrared Training Centre (Sweden).

Research lines:

  • Quantitative thermography: material thermal characterization
  • 3D thermography
  • Image processing and interpretation
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Mobile Laser System (MLS) applied to urban tree inventory

In urbanized Western Europe trees are considered an important component of the built-up environment. This also means that there is an increasing demand for tree inventories. Laser mobile mapping systems provide an efficient and accurate way to sample the 3D road surrounding including notable roadside trees. In this research line, a processing chain aiming at the extraction of tree locations and tree sizes from laser mobile mapping data is reached.

  • Vegetation extraction

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  • Tree parameter extraction

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Such steps, in combination with code optimization are expected to be sufficient to reach the final goal of automatized estimation of features sampled by mobile mapping at a rate that matches the acquisition speed and at a quality that matches the result of a human operator.

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TIDOP Member

Álvaro Bautista de Castro

PhD from the University of Salamanca and the University of Vigo, in 2019 he defended his Doctoral Thesis titled “Development of multidisciplinary methodologies for the generation of numerical models in historical arch bridges” obtaining the qualification of Distinction Cum Laude. Moreover, he has obtained the titles of Master in Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (2012) and Industrial Engineering: Mechanics (2013) from the University of Salamanca, as well as the titles of Graduate in Mechanical Engineering (2014) and Master in Industrial Engineering (2015) from the University of León, where he obtained a qualification of First Class Honors in the final master project titled “Automation system of an industrial boiler water biomass”. His main line of research focuses on the evaluation of defects present in historical infrastructures built with several materials for their subsequent analysis. He is currently working in the COMPRESSer project (lightER, eco-friendliER and safER COMPosite PRESSure tanks) from the European program Interreg Sudoe, where he has designed and developed pressure vessels manufactured with composite materials and applied the digital image correlation to carry out the mechanical characterization of these materials.

Research lines:

  • Strategies for modeling aimed at structural analysis
  • Laser scanner application and photogrammetry for the evaluation of structural damage through structural dynamics
  • Mechanical characterization of composite materials through the digital image correlation in 2D and 3D
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TIDOP Engineering

Esteban Ruíz de Oña Crespo

BS degree in surveying engineering in 2003 at the University of Oviedo and an MS degree in geodesy and cartography at the University of Salamanca in 2006. He has worked in the development of cartographic software in different programming languages such as C++, Java and JavaScript among others. He has developed WMS clients and servers with some unique capabilities like serving photogrammetric flights with stereoscopic 3D technology and as ortho during the fly.

Research lines:

  • Software development
  • WMS servers.
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PhD Student

Rocio Mora Fernandez de Cordoba

She studied Surveying Engineering degree in 2009 and Cartographic Geotechnologies to Engineering and Architecture in 2010 at the University of Salamanca. She worked during 2 years as self-employed making Topography survey for the land registry. In 2012 she started the Computer Engineering Grade at University of Salamanca and finished it in 2016 after merging her surveying knowledge with computing science in her final project which obtained the highest rating.

Research lines:

  • Software development
  • Point cloud processing
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PhD Student

Laura PiedeLobo Martín

Laura Piedelobo, graduate in Civil Engineering from Salamanca University (Higher Polytechnic School of Ávila) in 2015, obtaining an “Extraordinary Prize” for the strong academic background. Also, graduate in Mining and Energy Engineering (Final Project pending) from Salamanca University, enrolled at the Faculty of Science of the University of Lisbon for the year 2014-2015, taking part within Dra. Catarina Silva of the investigation project called “Piezometry and groundwater quality for agricultural and domestical purposes at the Botanical Garden of the University of Lisbon”. Currently enrolled at the Higher Polytechnic School of Ávila as a PhD student of the Doctoral Program called “Cartographic Geotechnologies applied to Construction, Energy and Industry”.

Research lines:

  • Digital processing of remote sensing images for classification and estimation of specific parameters
  • Operational implementation of remote sensing in several scientific fields associated with vegetation studies, irrigation demand management and hydrological parameters in rivers in order to enhance the management and planning of water resources
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TIDOP Member

Jesús María García Gago

Bachellor in Arquitecture from the University of Burgos and MSc in Geotechnologies applied to Engineering and Archirtecture (2009). Later, in 2014 he obtained his PhD deegre with the PhD dissertation “Documentación y análisis geométrico del patrimonio arquitectónico a partir de métodos fotogramétricos con una y múltiples imágenes”. Nowadays, he is working as proffesor, since 2006, in the University of Salamanca (Department of arquitectural constructions). His research line is focused on the use of low-cost photogrammetric systems for the documentation of Architectural heritage

Research lines:

  • Close range photogrammetry applied to Architectural Heritage
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TIDOP Member

Beatríz Felipe García

She got her Ph.D. at the University of Valencia (2010) where she previously was graduated in Surveying Engineering (1996) and in Geodesy and Cartography (1998). In addition, she got a Master´s Degree in Geomatics, Remote sensing and Spatial Models Applied to Forest Management at the University of Cordoba (2014). She began her teaching activity in 2002 at the University of Castilla-La Mancha where she taught subjects linked to topography, a total of 400 hours in continuous training courses related to Geomatics and GIS Systems have been taught by her. Regarding her research experience, since 2009 she has participated in several I+D+I national projects, she has published papers in indexed journals and congresses as well as she has participated in other research activities in collaboration with the TIDOP Research Group. Currently, she is the head of the Technical Negotiation belonging to the Department of Agriculture of the Regional Government of Castilla-La Mancha.

Research lines:

  • Geographic Information Systems
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TIDOP Member

Santiago Zazo-del Dedo

He got the Ph.D. Degree with International Mention and Cum Laude distinction by the Universities of Salamanca and Vigo in May 2017 after his Doctoral Thesis Defence entitled “Analysis of the hydrodynamic fluvial behaviour through causal reasoning and artificial vision”. Between 2016 and 2017, he has carried out a research stay at the University of Beira Interior (Covilhã, Portugal) at the Department of Civil Engineering and Architecture (Hydraulics Laboratory) of the Faculty of Engineering, performing different analysis in fluvial morphodynamics in meandering channels through low-cost geomatic passive sensors. Furthermore, he has a Master´s Degree in Cartographic Geothecnologies applied to Engineering and Architecture (Extraordinary MSc awarded), a BSc. Civil Engineering Degree (European University of Madrid), a Technical Engineering in Public Works (branch: Hydrology) and a Surveying Engineering both at the University of Salamanca. In 2011, 2013 and 2016, he was part of the associate teaching at the High Polytechnic School of Ávila (University of Salamanca) at the Hydraulic Engineering Area of the Department of Cartographic and Land Engineering teaching in the subjects: Hydraulic Works, Hydraulic Laboratory, Water Resources Management and Wastewater Treatment offered by the Civil Engineering Degree. Moreover, he has more than twenty years’ experience in Surveying-Geomatics and Civil Engineering.

Research lines:

  • Fluvial Hydraulics: Flood modeling. River morphodynamics (erosion and sediment transport)
  • Hydrology
  • Artificial Vision: Application of Geotechnologies to the acquisition of geospatial information by means of reduced-cost/low-cost sensors, in Hydrodynamics and Fluvial Hydraulics
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PhD Student

Ignacio Martín Nieto

Mining and Energy Engineer from the University of Salamanca (2016). He obtained the Degree´s Final Project Extraordinary Award granted by the University of Salamanca the same year of the project defense. He is doing his PhD in Geotechnologies Applied to Construction, Energy and Industry at the University of Salamanca as well as studying the Master’s Degree in Mining Engineering and Energy Resources at the University of León (Higher and Technical School of Mining Engineers). Thanks to a collaboration grant, he is currently collaborating with the Department of Cartographic and Land Engineering of the Higher Polytechnic School of Avila performing different research.

Research lines:

  • Development of new systems that improve the efficiency of Geothermal Energy
  • Renewable Energies.
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TIDOP Member

Miguel Ángel Maté González

Surveying engineer from Salamanca University (2012). After it, he completed a Master´s Degree in Geothecnologies applied to Architecture and Engineering from the same University (2013) to then start the doctoral programme of “Cartographic Geotechnologies in Construction, Energy and Industry” (2017). He has also studied a Master´s Degree in Secondary Education from the Camilo José Cela University (2017). He has solved difficulties related to the use of geomatics sensors, representation techniques, 3D display, sensor calibration… All this allowed to carry out the PhD “Implications of the photogrammetry and laser techniques in the identification and characterization of the anthropogenic traces on bones in the Pleistocene archaeological sites” with cum laude mention. A new methodology for the analysis of 3D cut marks on bones was developed in the mention PhD. That methodology has been used in different archaeological and palaeontological projects and numerous scientific papers and international congress have been made. From the implementation of the recent technologies to the archaeology field, he worked in the Research Assistance Centre (C.A.I) of archaeometry of the UCM (2015-2017). He has also collaborated with different professors and researchers from the Prehistoric department of the same University.

Research lines:

  • Cartographic Geotechnologies applied to the Historic and Archaeologic Heritage and other related disciplines for the documentation, analysis and diffusion
  • Adaptation of non-destructive methodologies in different fields of the engineering to be implemented in Archaeology
  • Implementation of photogrammetric and 3D laser techniques for the documentation of close objects in complex scenes
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PhD Student

Ruben Muñoz Sanchez

He studied Civil Engineering Degree specializing in Hydrology at the University of Salamanca (2016) and master’s Degree in Cartographic Geotechnologies applied to Engineering and Architecture at the University of Salamanca (2017). At the moment, he is doing his PhD in Geotechnologies Applied to Construction, Energy and Industry at the University of Salamanca developing research lines related with risk management in hydraulic infrastructures and hydraulic simulation models.

Research lines:

  • Risk management in hydraulic infrastructures
  • Hydraulic modelling
  • Hydrology
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TIDOP Member

Rocio Ballesteros González

Forestry Engineering (2005) and Agricultural Engineer (2008) from Castilla-La Mancha University, where she also developed her MSc studies in Agricultural and Environmental Engineering (2010). She obtained her PhD entitled: “Crop growth characterisation and irrigation management improvement using thermal models, geomatic information and predictions of reference evapotranspiration in the Mancha Oriental” with international mention and Cum-Laude marks in Castilla-La Mancha University (2014). She performed an internship at Food and Agricultural Organization for the United Nations (FAO, Rome) during her PhD studies (2011). She also gained a Fellowship at Cranfield University (United Kingdom) as postdoctoral researcher working on the use of very high resolution imagery for agronomic and fluvial applications. (2015). Postdoctoral researcher focused on developing methodologies and tools to use new technologies (unmanned aerial vehicles) in irrigation management at Castilla-La Mancha University for three years. She was a visiting researcher at Cranfield University (United Kingdom) and Instituto de Investigaciones Agropecuarias (INIA) (Chile) in 2017. She is currently a postdoctoral researcher in Salamanca University. Author of more than 15 papers and 29 conferences proceedings. She is collaborating as editor with the Journal of Unmanned Vehicle Systems (NRC Research Press Journal).

Research lines:

  • Developing methodologies to use very high resolution aerial images in precision agriculture
  • Applying thermal and multispectral sensors for agricultural and environmental purposes
  • Laser scanning applied to engineering
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PhD Student

Maria Sánchez-Aparicio

In 2013, she got surveying engineering degree at University of Salamanca. Later, she studied mining and energy engineering degree (2018). During the course 2016-2017, she studied the master´s degree in Cartographic Geothecnologies applied to Engineering and Architecture, receiving the TCUE award for her Master dissertation entitled “Software development for the design and analysis of mining operations”. She has training courses focused on the application of Geopgrahic Information Systems to different fields of the enginering, including courses of Phyton and PostgreSQL.

Research lines:

  • Geographic Information System applied to mining and energy
  • Photogrammetry and laser scanning applied to mining and energy
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TIDOP Member

Diego Prieto Herraez

Diego Prieto, Technical Engineer in Telecommunications (2006) by the University of Valladolid obtaining the recognition “Extraordinary Award” for his academic results, began his professional career within the area of systems administration. Parallel to this first contact with the working world, he studied Telecommunications Engineering (2009) at the University of Valladolid. He complemented his education with the Master in Cartographic Geotechnologies in Engineering and Architecture (2013) by the Universities of Salamanca and Valladolid obtaining the recognition “Extraordinary Award”.

In 2009 he began his research experience within the research group SINUMCC of the University of Salamanca, where he did his PhD thesis entitled “Data assimilation, validation and integration into GIS of a wildland fire model”(2018) within the doctoral program” Geotechnologies applied to Construction, Energy and Industry “of the Universities of Salamanca and Vigo.

He is currently working on the estimation of wind energy production within the research group TIDOP.

Research lines:

  • Modeling and numerical simulation of environmental problems
  • High performance computing
  • Geographic information systems
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TIDOP Member

Jorge López Rebollo

Graduate in Civil Engineering (specializing in Hydrology) from the University of Salamanca in Higher Polytechnic School of Ávila in 2018. He obtained the “Extraordinary Prize” with his Final Degree Project titled “Determination of the mechanical properties of aleppo pine wood (Pinus halepensis) from the compression test and the digital image Correlation”. During the 2017/18 academic year he obtained a Collaboration Grant in the Department of Construction and Agronomy of the USAL for the project “Geometric optimization of bridges at the scale of laminated wood”.

Research lines:

  • Characterization of materials and industrial solutions by means of digital image correlation approaches
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PhD Student

Enrique González González

Ingeniero técnico industrial en electricidad (2008) por la Universidad de Valladolid, obteniendo el reconocimiento “premio al proyecto final de carrera” de la cátedra de energías renovables, (Diseño y construcción de una cocina solar). Posteriormente cursó ingeniería superior industrial (2012) en la Universidad de Valladolid.
En año 2012 comenzó a trabajar en Aernnova Aerospace como ingeniero de cálculo de estructuras, en el campo de la industria aeroespacial, desarrollando proyectos internacionales para diferentes compañías (Airbus, Embraer, Bombardier, Boeing, etc).
En el año 2018 comenzó como freelance, desarrollando proyectos tecnológicos, y participó en el programa de emprendimiento de la fundación “Tatiana Pérez de Guzmán el Bueno” con el proyecto “Sistema de regulación de altura”. Actualmente trabaja en el proyecto ENER3DMAP dentro del grupo de investigación TIDOP.

Research lines:

  • Renewable energy.
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TIDOP Member

Paula de Andrés Anaya

Higher technician in Urban Planning and Topographic Operations with Honors in 2014 by the Secondary School Andrés Laguna (Segovia) and graduate in Geomatic Engineering and Topography at the Higher Polytechnic School of Avila in 2019 by the University of Salamanca. During the academic year 2018/2019 she obtained a collaboration grant in the USAL department of “Cartographic and Land Engineering” for the project “ENER3DMAP”. She has taken different courses in Geographic Information Systems, graphic design and 3D modeling.

Research lines:

  • Geographic Information Systems applied to the Calculation of Land Surface Temperature
  • Application development for the calculation of Land Surface Temperature
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Miembro del grupo TIDOP

Lloyd A. Courtenay

Graduado en arqueología por la Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Actualmente está acabando un Máster en Arqueología del Cuaternario y Evolución Humana por la Universidad Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona, con el objetivo de seguir con su formación investigadora matriculándose en un programa de Doctorado en prehistoria para el próximo año académico. Habiéndose especializado en el campo de la tafonomía, trabaja principalmente en el estudio microscópico de los restos óseos que aparecen en los yacimientos arqueológicos y paleontológicos. Su principal campo de investigación está dirigido hacia la aplicación de nuevas metodologías en yacimientos del Pleistoceno Inferior Africano. En los últimos años ha emprendido su carrera profesional adaptando los nuevos avances estadísticos en otros campos como la Inteligencia Artificial, buscando maneras de aplicarlos al estudio del registro fósil. Siguiendo esta línea de investigación, ha conseguido desarrollar una serie de algoritmos aplicando métodos de Machine y Deep Learning para el procesado de datos derivados de modelos 3D. Con el diseño de algoritmos complejos como las Redes de Neuronas Artificiales y las Máquinas de Vectores de Soporte, ha desarrollado nuevos modelos estadísticos que pueden distinguir entre la actividad de diferentes carnívoros a través de las marcas de dientes que dejan. Estos modelos permiten también la clasificación de las alteraciones microscópicas halladas como producto de agentes naturales o por el contrario, si fueron consecuencia de las actividades de caza de los antiguos homínidos.

Líneas de investigación:

  • Tafonomía y zooarqueología aplicado al estudio del Pleistoceno Inferior
  • Desarrollo de nuevos métodos para el estudio microscópico de los restos fósiles
  • Diseño y aplicación de nuevos métodos estadísticos en la arqueología, incluyendo la aplicación de técnicas 3D para la documentación de restos óseos, y el uso de algoritmos de Inteligencia Artificial para procesar tales datos
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TIDOP Member

Lloyd A. Courtenay

An Archaeology graduate having studied in the Complutense University of Madrid, he is currently finishing his Master’s degree in Quaternary Archaeology and Human Evolution in the University Rovira I Virgili, Tarragona. Starting next academic year, he intends to continue his professional career by enrolling in a Doctoral programme in prehistory. Specialised in the field of taphonomy, he works primarily on the microscopic study of osteological materials found in archaeological and paleontological sites. His main field of research lies in the development of new methods for the study of Lower Pleistocene sites in Africa. Over the last couple of years, he has focused his research on the adaptation of new statistical advances from other fields of research, such as Artificial Intelligence, with the hope of finding new means of applying these techniques to the prehistoric fossil register. Through this line of research, he has achieved the development of Machine and Deep Learning algorithms for the processing of 3D data. His most notable advances have included the development of Artificial Neural Networks and Support Vector Machines for the differentiation of carnivore activity through the tooth marks animals may leave on bone. He has also achieved models that are able to successfully classify microscopic traces, discerning between natural agents and those produced by ancient hominids in prehistoric butchery practices.

Research lines:

  • Taphonomy and zooarchaeology applied to the Lower Pleistocene
  • Development of new methodological approaches for the study of fossil remains
  • Design and application of new statistical models for archaeological studies, including 3D modelling for the documentation of bone, and the use of Artificial Intelligence algorithms for the processing of this data
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Drones terrestres aplicados al modelizado tridimensional e inspección de infraestructuras críticas y de difícil acceso

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Equipar drones con sensores láser, detectores de obstáculos y sistemas de control remoto permite obtener de forma segura y fiable los modelos tridimensionales de escenarios críticos, entendiendo como escenarios críticos todos aquellos escenarios en los que una persona correría peligro realizando los trabajos.

Este tipo de escenarios abarcan desde grutas angostas y estrechas a las que es difícil acceder, hasta escenarios industriales complejos, como subestaciones eléctricas, en las que existen riesgos de descargas eléctricas, salas de calderas, edificios con problemas estructurales etc.

A pesar de ser lugares críticos, su mantenimiento e inspección es un aspecto clave en el campo del control preventivo de averías y deformaciones, por lo que obtener el modelo tridimensional de estos lugares es fundamental. En este sentido, los drones terrestres, cada vez más sofisticados, permiten integrar escáner láser terrestre para capturar el entorno, asi como detectores de obstáculos y diferentes sistemas de comunicación, de modo que pueden moverse de forma autónoma o ser teledirigidos de forma remota.

Hasta el momento se ha investigado la integración de drones terrestres y escáner láser utilizando dos metodologías de trabajo diferentes, según el grado de precisión y detalle que se necesite y dependiendo de las dimensiones del espacio en el que se esté trabajando.

 

Finalmente, se está investigando la manera de combinar los modelos tridimensionales obtenidos por los drones terrestres con datos procedentes de drones aéreos equipados con cámaras fotográficas o cámaras termográficas. Combinar ambos modelos es esencial para obtener una cobertura total de la escena de estudio y poder detectar anomalías en cualquier lugar. Ésta línea de acción se está introduciendo para controlar subestaciones eléctricas y plantas solares fotovoltaicas ya que en ambos casos es posible detectar zonas con un calentamiento anormal que indiquen un funcionamiento que deberá revisarse.

 

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Land drones applied to three-dimensional modeling and control of complex industrial environments

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Land drones can be armed with different devices such as terrestrial laser scanner, obstacle detectors or remote control systems, in order to provide accurate 3D models of unattended or critical environments in a safe way.

Environments like narrow caves that are difficult to access, electrical substations where there are risk of electric shock, boiler rooms or buildings with structural problems are considered critical environments for human operators due to the danger they entail.

Despite being critical spaces, its maintenance, inspection and control are essential to prevent damages and detect breakdowns, so accurate three-dimensional models are indispensable. For this purpose, terrestrial drones allow the integration of terrestrial laser scanners to capture the environment, as well as obstacle detectors and different communication systems, so that they can be autonomous vehicles or remote-controlled vehicles.

Depending on the accuracy needed and the dimensions of the study case, two different  combinations of technologies have been explored, both combining laser scanner with land drones.

To complete this research line, we are working in different methodologies to combine 3D models obtained with land drones and data obtained with aerial drones equipped with conventional cameras or thermo graphic cameras.

Mix both kind of models make the three-dimensional model much more complete and it is possible to detect pathologies in almost everywhere.  Some of this process has been used with success in electrical substations and photovoltaic solar plants, detecting, for example, anomalies in some panels.

 

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TIDOP Member

Javier Pisonero Carabias

Mechanical engineer graduated in 2017 from the University of Salamanca (Spain) obtaining the award for the first record of the promotion. Also master in renewable energy and energy efficiency by University of Salamanca in 2018. Project participant in the Interreg Sudoe platform in collaboration with state companies and the universities of Aveiro and Bordeaux.

Research lines:

  • Characterization of materials and industrial solutions by means of digital image correlation approaches
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TIDOP Engineering

Alberto Velayos

Senior Technician in Computer Applications Development (2010), currently studying the Degree in Computer Engineering. He has worked in the BISITE research group at the University of Salamanca, collaborating in projects related to energy consumption in housing and developing various programs in Python, PHP, JavaScript and SQL. Mainly interested in the field of artificial intelligence.

Research lines:

  • Application development for engineering and architecture
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TIDOP Member

Mariano González de Soto

He received the PhD in Science and Technology of the Environment and Processes from the University of León (2016), he developed his thesis on the reduction of energy and contaminants in precision agriculture using robotic systems, which was awarded in the Call for “Doctor ULE-TCUE”. He studied a Master’s Degree in Renewable Energy at the University of León (2010) in which he researched about hydrogen and renewable energies. He previously studied Electronics Engineering (2009) and I.T. of Telecommunications specialization in electronic systems (2007) at the University of Valladolid. He has several scientific publications in international and national journals, lectures in congresses and chapters in scientific books. He has worked in the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) (2012-2016) participating in a European project of robotics applied to effective agriculture and in another national on integral automation of agriculture. Later he joined at the Spanish Centre for Energy, Environment and Technology (CIEMAT) (2016-2018) to collaborate in a national project on hybrid energy storage. In 2019, he joined the TIDOP group to participate in the research of intelligent systems for automotive safety. Furthermore, he has professional experience in the development of control systems for tests in passive safety for automotive industry and in development and testing of computer software.

Research lines:

  • Systems and software modeling for automotive safety
  • Robotics and automation applied to agriculture
  • Accumulation, generation and optimization of energy
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Ingeniero del grupo TIDOP

Daniel Barrio Aguilera

Titulado el primero de su promoción como Técnico Superior en Sistemas de Telecomunicaciones e Informáticos en 2018 por el IES Vasco de la Zarza. Consiguió la titulación de Cisco “CCNA Routing and Switching” con carta de recomendación del CEO de Cisco gracias a la demostración de sus habilidades y conocimientos en el campo de las redes informáticas con equipo Cisco. Actualmente estudiando un Ciclo Formativo de Grado Superior en Desarrollo de Aplicaciones Multiplataforma en el IES Alonso de Madrigal, enfocándose en la programación y desarrollo de aplicaciones informáticas.

Líneas de investigación:

  • Desarrollo de apliaciones geotecnológicas
  • Diseño, creación y mantenimiento de portales web interactivos
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TIDOP Engineering

Daniel Barrio Aguilera

Titled the first of his promotion as Senior Technician in Telecommunications and Computer Systems in 2018 by the IES Vasco de la Zarza. He obtained the Cisco degree “CCNA Routing and Switching” with a letter of recommendation from the Cisco CEO thanks to his skills and knowledge shown in the field of computer networks with Cisco equipment. Currently he is studying a Superior Degree Formative Cycle in Multiplatform Applications Development at the IES Alonso de Madrigal, focusing on the programming and development of computer applications.

Research lines:

  • Development of geomatic applications
  • Design, creation and maintenance of interactive web portals
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Miembro del grupo TIDOP

Damián Ortega Terol

PhD en Geotecnologías Aplicadas a la Construcción, Energía e Industria (2018, Universidades de Salamanca y Vigo) con mención “cum laude” tras la finalización de su tesis doctoral titulada: “Innovación en el desarrollo de herramientas basadas en software libre para la explotación de imágenes aéreas y espaciales adquiridas con sensores de última generación”. Completa su formación académica con las titulaciones del graduado en Ingeniería Geomática y Topografía (2013, Universidad de Salamanca), Master Universitario en Geotecnologías Cartográficas en Ingeniería y Arquitectura (2011, Universidades de Salamanca y Valladolid), Ingeniero en Geodesia y Cartografía (2001, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia) e Ingeniero Técnico en Topografía (1998, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia). Posee una amplia experiencia en la programación de herramientas geomáticas basadas en software libre desarrollada en los diferentes puestos que ha ocupado: empresa pública Tragsatec (2001-2008), funcionario grupo A1 de la Escala de Técnicos Facultativos Superiores de los OOAA del Ministerio de Medio Ambiente (2008-2016) y en su reciente incorporación como funcionario de carrera en el Instituto Geográfico Nacional del Ministerio de Fomento (2016-actualidad).

Líneas de investigación:

  • Desarrollo de herramientas geomáticas basadas en software libre relacionadas con Sistemas de Información Geográfica, explotación de datos de Observación de la Tierra y Gestión Integrada de Recursos Hídricos.
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TIDOP Member

Damián Ortega Terol

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