Miembros


Creado en el año 2005 el grupo de investigación TIDOP, perteneciente al Departamento de Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno de la Universidad de Salamanca (una de las Universidades más antiguas de Europa y referente académico con alrededor de 800 años de existencia), aúna sus esfuerzos en el desarrollo y aplicación de sensores inteligentes y sistemas computacionales a la ingeniería y arquitectura.

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.

Miembros


Creado en el año 2005 el grupo de investigación TIDOP, perteneciente al Departamento de Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno de la Universidad de Salamanca (una de las Universidades más antiguas de Europa y referente académico con alrededor de 800 años de existencia), aúna sus esfuerzos en el desarrollo y aplicación de sensores inteligentes y sistemas computacionales a la ingeniería y arquitectura.

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.

Miembros


Creado en el año 2005 el grupo de investigación TIDOP, perteneciente al Departamento de Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno de la Universidad de Salamanca (una de las Universidades más antiguas de Europa y referente académico con alrededor de 800 años de existencia), aúna sus esfuerzos en el desarrollo y aplicación de sensores inteligentes y sistemas computacionales a la ingeniería y arquitectura.

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.

Miembros


Creado en el año 2005 el grupo de investigación TIDOP, perteneciente al Departamento de Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno de la Universidad de Salamanca (una de las Universidades más antiguas de Europa y referente académico con alrededor de 800 años de existencia), aúna sus esfuerzos en el desarrollo y aplicación de sensores inteligentes y sistemas computacionales a la ingeniería y arquitectura.

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.

Miembros


Creado en el año 2005 el grupo de investigación TIDOP, perteneciente al Departamento de Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno de la Universidad de Salamanca (una de las Universidades más antiguas de Europa y referente académico con alrededor de 800 años de existencia), aúna sus esfuerzos en el desarrollo y aplicación de sensores inteligentes y sistemas computacionales a la ingeniería y arquitectura.

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.

Miembros


Creado en el año 2005 el grupo de investigación TIDOP, perteneciente al Departamento de Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno de la Universidad de Salamanca (una de las Universidades más antiguas de Europa y referente académico con alrededor de 800 años de existencia), aúna sus esfuerzos en el desarrollo y aplicación de sensores inteligentes y sistemas computacionales a la ingeniería y arquitectura.

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.

Miembros


Creado en el año 2005 el grupo de investigación TIDOP, perteneciente al Departamento de Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno de la Universidad de Salamanca (una de las Universidades más antiguas de Europa y referente académico con alrededor de 800 años de existencia), aúna sus esfuerzos en el desarrollo y aplicación de sensores inteligentes y sistemas computacionales a la ingeniería y arquitectura.

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.

Miembros


Creado en el año 2005 el grupo de investigación TIDOP, perteneciente al Departamento de Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno de la Universidad de Salamanca (una de las Universidades más antiguas de Europa y referente académico con alrededor de 800 años de existencia), aúna sus esfuerzos en el desarrollo y aplicación de sensores inteligentes y sistemas computacionales a la ingeniería y arquitectura.

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.

Miembros


Creado en el año 2005 el grupo de investigación TIDOP, perteneciente al Departamento de Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno de la Universidad de Salamanca (una de las Universidades más antiguas de Europa y referente académico con alrededor de 800 años de existencia), aúna sus esfuerzos en el desarrollo y aplicación de sensores inteligentes y sistemas computacionales a la ingeniería y arquitectura.

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.

Miembros


Creado en el año 2005 el grupo de investigación TIDOP, perteneciente al Departamento de Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno de la Universidad de Salamanca (una de las Universidades más antiguas de Europa y referente académico con alrededor de 800 años de existencia), aúna sus esfuerzos en el desarrollo y aplicación de sensores inteligentes y sistemas computacionales a la ingeniería y arquitectura.

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.

Miembros


Creado en el año 2005 el grupo de investigación TIDOP, perteneciente al Departamento de Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno de la Universidad de Salamanca (una de las Universidades más antiguas de Europa y referente académico con alrededor de 800 años de existencia), aúna sus esfuerzos en el desarrollo y aplicación de sensores inteligentes y sistemas computacionales a la ingeniería y arquitectura.

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.

Miembros


Creado en el año 2005 el grupo de investigación TIDOP, perteneciente al Departamento de Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno de la Universidad de Salamanca (una de las Universidades más antiguas de Europa y referente académico con alrededor de 800 años de existencia), aúna sus esfuerzos en el desarrollo y aplicación de sensores inteligentes y sistemas computacionales a la ingeniería y arquitectura.

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.

Miembros


Creado en el año 2005 el grupo de investigación TIDOP, perteneciente al Departamento de Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno de la Universidad de Salamanca (una de las Universidades más antiguas de Europa y referente académico con alrededor de 800 años de existencia), aúna sus esfuerzos en el desarrollo y aplicación de sensores inteligentes y sistemas computacionales a la ingeniería y arquitectura.

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.

Miembros


Creado en el año 2005 el grupo de investigación TIDOP, perteneciente al Departamento de Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno de la Universidad de Salamanca (una de las Universidades más antiguas de Europa y referente académico con alrededor de 800 años de existencia), aúna sus esfuerzos en el desarrollo y aplicación de sensores inteligentes y sistemas computacionales a la ingeniería y arquitectura.

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.

Miembros


Creado en el año 2005 el grupo de investigación TIDOP, perteneciente al Departamento de Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno de la Universidad de Salamanca (una de las Universidades más antiguas de Europa y referente académico con alrededor de 800 años de existencia), aúna sus esfuerzos en el desarrollo y aplicación de sensores inteligentes y sistemas computacionales a la ingeniería y arquitectura.

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.

Miembros


Creado en el año 2005 el grupo de investigación TIDOP, perteneciente al Departamento de Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno de la Universidad de Salamanca (una de las Universidades más antiguas de Europa y referente académico con alrededor de 800 años de existencia), aúna sus esfuerzos en el desarrollo y aplicación de sensores inteligentes y sistemas computacionales a la ingeniería y arquitectura.

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.

Miembros


Creado en el año 2005 el grupo de investigación TIDOP, perteneciente al Departamento de Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno de la Universidad de Salamanca (una de las Universidades más antiguas de Europa y referente académico con alrededor de 800 años de existencia), aúna sus esfuerzos en el desarrollo y aplicación de sensores inteligentes y sistemas computacionales a la ingeniería y arquitectura.

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.

Miembros


Creado en el año 2005 el grupo de investigación TIDOP, perteneciente al Departamento de Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno de la Universidad de Salamanca (una de las Universidades más antiguas de Europa y referente académico con alrededor de 800 años de existencia), aúna sus esfuerzos en el desarrollo y aplicación de sensores inteligentes y sistemas computacionales a la ingeniería y arquitectura.

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.

Miembros


Creado en el año 2005 el grupo de investigación TIDOP, perteneciente al Departamento de Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno de la Universidad de Salamanca (una de las Universidades más antiguas de Europa y referente académico con alrededor de 800 años de existencia), aúna sus esfuerzos en el desarrollo y aplicación de sensores inteligentes y sistemas computacionales a la ingeniería y arquitectura.

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.

Miembros


Creado en el año 2005 el grupo de investigación TIDOP, perteneciente al Departamento de Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno de la Universidad de Salamanca (una de las Universidades más antiguas de Europa y referente académico con alrededor de 800 años de existencia), aúna sus esfuerzos en el desarrollo y aplicación de sensores inteligentes y sistemas computacionales a la ingeniería y arquitectura.

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.

Miembros


Creado en el año 2005 el grupo de investigación TIDOP, perteneciente al Departamento de Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno de la Universidad de Salamanca (una de las Universidades más antiguas de Europa y referente académico con alrededor de 800 años de existencia), aúna sus esfuerzos en el desarrollo y aplicación de sensores inteligentes y sistemas computacionales a la ingeniería y arquitectura.

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.

Miembros


Creado en el año 2005 el grupo de investigación TIDOP, perteneciente al Departamento de Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno de la Universidad de Salamanca (una de las Universidades más antiguas de Europa y referente académico con alrededor de 800 años de existencia), aúna sus esfuerzos en el desarrollo y aplicación de sensores inteligentes y sistemas computacionales a la ingeniería y arquitectura.

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.

Miembros


Creado en el año 2005 el grupo de investigación TIDOP, perteneciente al Departamento de Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno de la Universidad de Salamanca (una de las Universidades más antiguas de Europa y referente académico con alrededor de 800 años de existencia), aúna sus esfuerzos en el desarrollo y aplicación de sensores inteligentes y sistemas computacionales a la ingeniería y arquitectura.

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.

Miembros


Creado en el año 2005 el grupo de investigación TIDOP, perteneciente al Departamento de Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno de la Universidad de Salamanca (una de las Universidades más antiguas de Europa y referente académico con alrededor de 800 años de existencia), aúna sus esfuerzos en el desarrollo y aplicación de sensores inteligentes y sistemas computacionales a la ingeniería y arquitectura.

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.

Miembros


Creado en el año 2005 el grupo de investigación TIDOP, perteneciente al Departamento de Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno de la Universidad de Salamanca (una de las Universidades más antiguas de Europa y referente académico con alrededor de 800 años de existencia), aúna sus esfuerzos en el desarrollo y aplicación de sensores inteligentes y sistemas computacionales a la ingeniería y arquitectura.

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.

Miembros


Creado en el año 2005 el grupo de investigación TIDOP, perteneciente al Departamento de Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno de la Universidad de Salamanca (una de las Universidades más antiguas de Europa y referente académico con alrededor de 800 años de existencia), aúna sus esfuerzos en el desarrollo y aplicación de sensores inteligentes y sistemas computacionales a la ingeniería y arquitectura.

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.

Miembros


Creado en el año 2005 el grupo de investigación TIDOP, perteneciente al Departamento de Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno de la Universidad de Salamanca (una de las Universidades más antiguas de Europa y referente académico con alrededor de 800 años de existencia), aúna sus esfuerzos en el desarrollo y aplicación de sensores inteligentes y sistemas computacionales a la ingeniería y arquitectura.

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.

Miembros


Creado en el año 2005 el grupo de investigación TIDOP, perteneciente al Departamento de Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno de la Universidad de Salamanca (una de las Universidades más antiguas de Europa y referente académico con alrededor de 800 años de existencia), aúna sus esfuerzos en el desarrollo y aplicación de sensores inteligentes y sistemas computacionales a la ingeniería y arquitectura.

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.

Miembros


Creado en el año 2005 el grupo de investigación TIDOP, perteneciente al Departamento de Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno de la Universidad de Salamanca (una de las Universidades más antiguas de Europa y referente académico con alrededor de 800 años de existencia), aúna sus esfuerzos en el desarrollo y aplicación de sensores inteligentes y sistemas computacionales a la ingeniería y arquitectura.

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.

Miembros


Creado en el año 2005 el grupo de investigación TIDOP, perteneciente al Departamento de Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno de la Universidad de Salamanca (una de las Universidades más antiguas de Europa y referente académico con alrededor de 800 años de existencia), aúna sus esfuerzos en el desarrollo y aplicación de sensores inteligentes y sistemas computacionales a la ingeniería y arquitectura.

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.

Miembros


Creado en el año 2005 el grupo de investigación TIDOP, perteneciente al Departamento de Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno de la Universidad de Salamanca (una de las Universidades más antiguas de Europa y referente académico con alrededor de 800 años de existencia), aúna sus esfuerzos en el desarrollo y aplicación de sensores inteligentes y sistemas computacionales a la ingeniería y arquitectura.

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.

Miembros


Creado en el año 2005 el grupo de investigación TIDOP, perteneciente al Departamento de Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno de la Universidad de Salamanca (una de las Universidades más antiguas de Europa y referente académico con alrededor de 800 años de existencia), aúna sus esfuerzos en el desarrollo y aplicación de sensores inteligentes y sistemas computacionales a la ingeniería y arquitectura.

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.

Miembros


Creado en el año 2005 el grupo de investigación TIDOP, perteneciente al Departamento de Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno de la Universidad de Salamanca (una de las Universidades más antiguas de Europa y referente académico con alrededor de 800 años de existencia), aúna sus esfuerzos en el desarrollo y aplicación de sensores inteligentes y sistemas computacionales a la ingeniería y arquitectura.

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.

Miembros


Creado en el año 2005 el grupo de investigación TIDOP, perteneciente al Departamento de Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno de la Universidad de Salamanca (una de las Universidades más antiguas de Europa y referente académico con alrededor de 800 años de existencia), aúna sus esfuerzos en el desarrollo y aplicación de sensores inteligentes y sistemas computacionales a la ingeniería y arquitectura.

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.

Miembros


Creado en el año 2005 el grupo de investigación TIDOP, perteneciente al Departamento de Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno de la Universidad de Salamanca (una de las Universidades más antiguas de Europa y referente académico con alrededor de 800 años de existencia), aúna sus esfuerzos en el desarrollo y aplicación de sensores inteligentes y sistemas computacionales a la ingeniería y arquitectura.

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.

Miembros


Creado en el año 2005 el grupo de investigación TIDOP, perteneciente al Departamento de Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno de la Universidad de Salamanca (una de las Universidades más antiguas de Europa y referente académico con alrededor de 800 años de existencia), aúna sus esfuerzos en el desarrollo y aplicación de sensores inteligentes y sistemas computacionales a la ingeniería y arquitectura.

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.

Miembros


Creado en el año 2005 el grupo de investigación TIDOP, perteneciente al Departamento de Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno de la Universidad de Salamanca (una de las Universidades más antiguas de Europa y referente académico con alrededor de 800 años de existencia), aúna sus esfuerzos en el desarrollo y aplicación de sensores inteligentes y sistemas computacionales a la ingeniería y arquitectura.

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.

Miembros


Creado en el año 2005 el grupo de investigación TIDOP, perteneciente al Departamento de Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno de la Universidad de Salamanca (una de las Universidades más antiguas de Europa y referente académico con alrededor de 800 años de existencia), aúna sus esfuerzos en el desarrollo y aplicación de sensores inteligentes y sistemas computacionales a la ingeniería y arquitectura.

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.

Miembros

Director del Departamento de Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno e Investigador Principal del grupo TIDOP

Diego González-Aguilera

Graduado por la Universidad de Salamanca (España) in Ingeniería Topográfica (1999) y Geodesia y Cartografía (2001), comenzó su labor investigadora como profesor invitado en el Instituto de Visión Computacional y Robótica (INRIA) de Grenoble (Francia), donde también elaboro su Tesis Doctoral, titulada “Reconstrucción 3D a partir de una sola vista” en 2005. Fruto de los resultados investigadores obtenidos en sus Tesis Doctoral, obtuvo un total de seis premios internacionales por la Sociedad Internacional de Fotogrametría y Sensor Remoto (ISPRS/ASPRS). Co-Autor de más de 150 artículos en revistas científicas de impacto y conferencias, es Catedrático en la Universidad de Salamanca en el área de ingeniería cartográfica, geodésica y fotogrametría. En la actualidad es Co-chair de la Comisión II/WG8 de la ISPRS, en el Grupo de Trabajo ‘Data Acquisition and Processing in Cultural Heritage’. Complementario a su actividad investigadora ejerce, de forma regular, como miembro en comités y revisor de publicaciones científicas. En 2015 la contribución de sus obras al progreso del conocimiento ha sido reconocido por la Real Academia de Ingeniería con el premio ‘Juan López de Peñalver’.

Líneas de investigación:

  • Fotogrametría de rango cercano
  • Visión computacional
  • Sistema láser escáner aplicado a la ingeniería y arquitectura
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Miembro del grupo TIDOP

David Hernández López

Responsable del area de Cartografía, Fotogrametría y Geodesia de la Sección de Teledetección y SIG del Instituto de Desarrollo Regional de la Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha.Profesor Titular de Universidad de la Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, en el área de Ingeniería Cartográfica, Geodésica y Fotogrametría del Departamento de Ingeniería Geológica y Minera, adscrito a la Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros Agrónomos de Albacete.Doctor en Geodesia y Cartografía (1999) por la UPV, Ingeniero en Geodesia y Cartografía (1996) por la UPV con Primer Premio Extraordinario Nacional en la titulación, Ingeniero Técnico en Topografía (1991) por la UPM con Primer Premio Extraordinario Nacional en la titulación.Ha impartido docencia en tres universidades: Universidad Politécnica de Valencia (1994-2000), Universidad de Salamanca (2000-2006) y Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha (desde 2006). La docencia, impartida en titulaciones de primer, segundo y tercer ciclo, cubre un amplio espectro de la ingeniería geomática: astronomía, geodesia, cartografía matemática, fotogrametría, redes geodésicas, métodos topográficos, control de deformaciones, programación orientada a objetos aplicada a la geomática, etc.Es autor de un gran número de publicaciones docentes relacionadas con la docencia impartida, en especial en Geodesia, Cartografía Matemática, Topografía y Fotogrametría.A través de un gran número de proyectos de I+D+I financiados por la administración y empresas ha trabajado en diferentes líneas de investigación relacionadas con el desarrollo de software para aplicaciones geomáticas. Entre los desarrollos de software más importantes destacan un programa en C++ de control de planificación y ejecución de vuelos fotogramétricos con cámara digital matricial adaptado tanto a PNOA como a otro tipos de proyectos de vuelo que utilizan el Instituto Geográfico Nacional, otras administraciones y empresas de vuelo. También ha desarrollado un programa en C++ para planificación de vuelos realizados con UAV. Ha participado en el desarrollo del programa C++ en linux PW, Photogrammetry Workbench, galardonado con el segundo premio del concurso CATCON del ISPRS de 2012,http://www.isprs.org/catcon/catcon6.aspx. También es autor de diferentes herramientas informáticas en C++ y matlab de aplicaciones topográficas y geodésicas, destacando la librería GeoTop (Matlab y octave) empleada en docencia en diferentes asignaturas. Fue el responsable técnico de la extensión JCRS que dotó a gvSIG de la funcionalidad necesaria para poder emplearse en un gran número de países al incorporar sus sistemas de referencia y de coordenadas. Para el Instituto Geográfico Nacional también ha desarrollado programas en C++ relacionados con la transición de ED50 a ETRS89 para la transformación de ficheros en formato dgn y para la creación de la nueva cuadrícula cartográfica.Miembro del Instituto de Desarrollo Regional de la Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha (IDR-UCLM) dentro del Grupo de SIG y Teledetección en el que es responsable de las áreas de Geodesia, Cartografía y Fotogrametría. También es representante de la UCLM en la Comisión de Coordinación Cartográfica de la Junta de Comunidades de Castilla-La Mancha.

Líneas de investigación:

  • Desarrollo de software
  • Fotogrametría
  • Visión computacional
  • Sistemas de posicionamiento y orientación directa
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Miembro del grupo TIDOP

Pablo Rodríguez Gonzálvez

Estudio \”Ingeniería Técnica en Topografía\” en el año 2004 en la Universidad de Oviedo y un máster en geodesia y cartografía en 2006 en la Universidad de Salamanca. Recibió dos primeros premios nacionales de fin de grado por ambos estudios. Obtuvo su doctorado en 2011, en la Universidad de Salamanca, por la que recibió un premio de doctorado extraordinario. Su principal línea de investigación es la aplicación de la fotogrametría a diferentes campos (ciencias forenses, automoción, …). Está involucrado en investigación con UAS y LiDAR además de en aplicaciones de TLS y “gaming sensors” en ingeniería y arquitectura. Él también está interesado en la calibración radiométrica y geométrica de los diferentes sensores geomáticos.

Líneas de investigación:

  • UAS
  • LiDAR
  • TLS ygaming sensors aplicados a ingeniería y arquitectura
  • Calibración radiométrica y geométrica de sensores geomáticos
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Ingeniero del grupo TIDOP

Jose Antonio Martín Jiménez

Profesor Asociado en el Departamento de Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno. Se graduó en la Universidad de Salamanca (España) en Diplomatura en Informática (1993) y obtuvo su título de Ingeniería Informática (1996) en la Universidad de Valladolid (España). Es analista y programador de aplicaciones en distintos lenguajes. Sus líneas de docencia e investigación se centran en desarrollo de aplicaciones para Ingeniería y Arquitectura.

Líneas de investigación:

  • Desarrollo de aplicaciones para ingeniería y arquitectura
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Miembro del grupo TIDOP

Jose Luis Molina

Subdirector del Departamento de Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno. Se licenció en Ciencias Ambientales en 2002 por la Universidad de Granada (España) y se diplomó en Hidrología en la Universidad Politécnica de Cataluña en 2007. Dr. Molina tiene tres Masters relacionados con el Medio Ambiente y Gestión del Agua e Hidráulica. Además, el Dr. Molina obtuvo un PhD en Gestión del Agua Subterránea en el 2009 en el Instituto Geológico y Minero de España (IGME) y la Universidad de Granada. También se encuentra actualmente terminando la carrera de Ingeniería Civil. Ha trabajado internacionalmente con muchos grupos de investigación, tales como el Centro de la Universidad de Oxford para el Medio Ambiente (OUCE), El Departamento Land Water and Air en la Universidad de California-Davis, etc. En 2010 obtuvo una plaza postdoctoral de investigación en el centro para la evaluación integrada y gestión de Cuencas (ICAM) de la Universidad Nacional de Australia (ANU), y después de eso, otra posición postdoctoral en el Instituto de Investigación de Ingeniería del Agua y Medio Ambiente (IIAMA) de la Universidad Politécnica de Valencia (UPV). Actualmente tiene una posición de Profesor Ayudante Doctor en el Área de Ingeniería Hidráulica del Departamento de Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno de la Universidad de Salamanca. Además, Dr. Molina tiene varias publicaciones en revistas de investigación de alto impacto SCI como \\

Líneas de investigación:

  • Hidrología
  • Modelización ambiental
  • Gestión de Recursos Hídricos
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Miembro del grupo TIDOP

Ángel Luis Muñoz Nieto

Director del Master de Geotecnologías Cartográficas en Ingeniería y Arquitectura. Es Ingeniero Técnico en Topografía por la Universidad de Extremadura y Licenciado en Geografía por la Universidad de Salamanca donde se doctoró en 2008. Desde 1991 es Profesor adscrito al Área de Ingeniería Cartográfica Geodésica y Fotogrametría. Imparte docencia en el Grado de Ingeniería en Geomática y Topografía e Ingeniería Civil así como en el Máster de Geotecnologías Cartográficas. Sus líneas de investigación se centran principalmente en el uso de las Geotecnologías cartográficas para la documentación y difusión del Patrimonio así como en la integración de sensores para la modelización 3D de escenarios complejos. Es autor de más de 10 artículos en revistas internacionales

Líneas de investigación:

  • Geotecnologías cartográficas para la documentación y difusión del Patrimonio
  • Integración de sensores para la modelización 3D de escenarios complejos
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Miembro del grupo TIDOP

Benjamín Arias Pérez

Profesor en la Universidad de Salamanca desde 2010. Anteriormente fue profesor de la Universidad de León entre 2004 y 2010, y en la Universidad de Salamanca entre 2003 y 2004. Él obtuvo la licenciatura en ingeniería topográfica en la Universidad de Salamanca en 1999 además de un máster en Geodesia y Cartografía en 2002 en la Universidad de Salamanca. Recibió su doctorado de la Universidad de Salamanca en 2008. Es profesor en temas relacionados con la geomática y sus líneas de investigación se centran en la fotogrametría aérea e imágenes de radar.

Líneas de investigación:

  • Fotogrametría aérea
  • Imágenes de radar
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Miembro del grupo TIDOP

Javier Gómez-Lahoz

Profesor en la Universidad de Salamanca desde 1993. Ha finalizad los estudios de Ciencias de la Educación en la Universidad Complutense de Madrid en 1984, Ingeniería topográfica en la Universidad Politécnica de Madrid en 1993 y obtuvo su doctorado en la Universidad de Salamaca en 1999 con una tesis sobre el resultado de sus dos principales preocupaciones académicas y profesionales, el ámbito del aprendizaje/enseñanza asistida por ordenador en la ingeniería, y el campo de la ingeniería cartográfica y fotogramétrica. Esto constituye una de sus líneas de investigación, el otro es la aplicación fotogrametría aérea y terrestre de bajo coste al patrimonio historico. Ha promovido, participado y difundido proyectos de investigación en ambas líneas.

Líneas de investigación:

  • Aprendizaje/enseñanza asistida por ordenador en la ingeniería
  • Aplicación fotogrametría aérea y terrestre de bajo coste al patrimonio histórico
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Estudiante de Doctorado

Cristina Saéz Blázquez

Ingeniera Técnica de Minas por la Universidad de Salamanca (2012), obtuvo el Premio Extraordinario Fin de Carrera por esta Titulación. Además su proyecto fin de carrera fue premiado con el tercer premio en el “EDP University Challenge” y fue finalista en el “Hueco Energy Starter”. Además es Graduada en Ingeniería de la Tecnología de Minas y Energía (2014). En 2013 obtuvo el Máster en PRL (Prevención de Riesgos Laborales) en las tres especialidades por la Universidad Camilo José Cela. Actualmente es estudiante de Doctorado en la Universidad de Salamanca en el programa de Doctorado en Geotecnologías aplicadas a la Construcción, Energía e Industria. Su principal línea de investigación son las energía renovables, especialmente la Energía Geotérmica.

Líneas de investigación:

  • Análisis del proceso de diseño de una instalación geotérmica
  • Generación de electricidad mediante energía geotérmica
  • Nuevas posibilidades de utilización de las energías renovables
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Estudiante de Doctorado

Manuel Gesto Díaz

Estudió Ingeniería Técnica Industrial especializado en Automática y Electrónica por la Universidad de Vigo (2010), e Ingeniería Industrial especializado en Instalaciones y Construcción (2012). Realización del proyecto de fin de Carrera en el grupo de Investigación “Applied Geotechnologies” de la Universidad de Vigo, con una estancia para su finalización en la TU Delf (Holanda). Participante en el GSoC ‘14 (Google Summer of Code 2014) con el proyecto “Object Discovery in Kinfu Data” y miembro del programa K4W de Microsoft para el desarrollo de aplicaciones para la Kinect v2. Actualmente estudiante de doctorado desarrollando las siguientes lineas de investigación basadas en el uso de sensores de bajo coste (sensores rgbd, game sensors, luz estructurada) para la adquisición y tratamiento de nubes de puntos y para su aplicación en diferentes campos como son el reconocimiento 3D, ingeniería inversa y en aplicaciones de Realidad Aumentada y Realidad Virtual.

Líneas de investigación:

  • Sensores de bajo coste (luz estructurada, RGBD, game sensors).
  • Realidad aumentada
  • Realidad virtual
  • Reconocimiento 3D
  • Ingeniería inversa
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Miembro del grupo TIDOP

Jesús Herrero Pascual

Tiene más de 20 años de experiencia docente en el campo de la geodesia y la topografía, dentro de la Universidad de Salamanca (España). Se licenció en esta misma universidad en Geodesia y Cartografía en el año 2004 y anteriormente en la Universidad Politécnica de Madrid en Ingeniería topográfica. Obtuvo el Diploma de Estudios Avanzados (DEA) en el año 2006 en la Universidad de Salamanca. Su campo de investigación abarca desde la teledetección hasta las técnicas de escaneado con láser aplicadas a la ingeniería y la arquitectura. Estas áreas de estudio han servido de base para la publicación como co-autor de más de diez artículos de investigación en revistas internacionales especializadas.

Líneas de investigación:

  • Teledetección y métodologías láser escáner aplicadas a la ingeniería y arquitectura
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Estudiante de Doctorado

Sandra Zancajo Blázquez

Estudiante de doctorado en la Universidad de Salamanca (España) en el programa de doctorado de Investigación y esarrollo en Geotecnologías. Por la Universidad de Salamanca ha obtenido los títulos de Ingeniería Técnica en Topografía (2007), Ingeniería en Geodesia y Cartografía (2009), Master en Geotecnologías Cartográficas en Ingeniería y Arquitectura (2009) y Master en Profesor de Educación Secundaria Obligatoria y Bachillerato, Formación Profesional y enseñanza de Idiomas, con especialidad en Matemáticas (2011). Su principal línea de investigación se centra en geotecnologías láser y fotogramétricas aplicadas a la modelización 3D de escenarios complejos en infografía forense.

Líneas de investigación:

  • Sistema de escáner láser terrestre.
  • Escaneado de interiores con sistemas móviles (Indoor Mapping).
  • Aplicación de Gaming Sensor a la ciencia forense.
  • Fotogrametría de rango cercano.
  • Visión Computacional.
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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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Miembro del grupo TIDOP

Susana del Pozo Aguilera

Doctora en Ingeniería Civil (2016, Universidad de Salamanca) tras la defensa de su tesis internacional “Multispectral imaging for the analysis of materials and pathologies in civil engineering, constructions and natural spaces”, con la que obtuvo la calificación de Cum-Laude así como el galardón a mejor tesis internacional 2016 por el CIPA-ICOMOS. Sus intereses en el ámbito de la investigación se centran principalmente en la fusión de diferentes sensores y técnicas para evaluar de forma remota el estado y condiciones de materiales de construcción, edificios históricos y de ingeniería civil, así como diferenciar tipos de rocas e incluso detectar enfermedades en cultivos. Realizó una estancia de investigación en el Departamento de Geociencias y Teledetección de la Universidad de TuDelft (Países Bajos, 2014), donde trabajó en la caracterización geométrica y espectral de varios afloramientos rocosos, realizando vinculaciones de medidas in situ y medidas espaciales. En 2011 obtuvo el título de Máster en Prevención de Riesgos Laborales (Universidad de La Rioja) y en 2009 obtuvo el título de Ingeniería Civil (Universidad de Salamanca).

Líneas de investigación:

  • Calibración radiométrica y geométrica de sensores multiespectrales
  • Modelos de transferencia radiativa
  • Imágenes multiespectrales de rango cercano aplicadas al ámbito de la Ingeniería y la Agronomía
  • Visión computacional aplicada al modelado a partir de imágenes de piezas de aviones y escenarios complejos
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Estudiante de Doctorado

Luis López Fernández

Luis López-Fernandez es Ingeniero Técnico en Topografía por la Universidad de Oviedo (2011), completando en 2013 el Máster Universitario en Geotecnologías Cartográficas de la Ingeniería y Arquitectura impartido por la Universidad de Salamanca. En 2017 finalizó sus estudios de doctorado dentro del marco del programa Geotecnologías aplicadas a la Construcción, Energía e Industria impartido por la Universidad de Salamanca. Dichos estudios han sido complementados con una intensa formación en desarrollo de software (C,C++ y Phyton entre otros), visión computacional e inteligencia artificial, poseyendo más de cinco años de experiencia profesional en estos campos, así como varias contribuciones a librerías de código abierto como PCL, CloudCompare o GRAPHOS. Su principal interés en investigación reside en la fusión y calibración de sensores geomáticos, así como el desarrollo de aplicaciones basadas en visión por computación e inteligencia artificial para la extracción y evaluación automática de características a partir de datos LIDAR y sensores fotogramétricos. Actualmente es miembro del grupo ADAS R&D (Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems) de la compañía (Centro Tecnológico de Automoción de Galicia) donde desarrolla aplicaciones hardware y sofware para el desarrollo de sistemas autónomos de conducción.

Líneas de investigación:

  • Hibridación de sensores geomáticos con termografía infrarroja
  • Análisis energético y diagnóstico de edificaciones
  • Vision computacional
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Miembro del grupo TIDOP

Monica Herrero Huerta

Estudió Ingeniería de Obras Públicas por la Universidad de Salamanca (2006), Ingeniería de Caminos, Canales y Puertos por la Universidad Alfonso X El Sabio (2007) y Master en Geotecnologías Cartográficas en Ingeniería y Arquitectura por la Universidad de Salamanca (2013). En 2016, Mónica finalizó sus estudios de doctorado en Fotogrametría de Rango Cercano aplicada a la Ingeniería Agroforestal mediante plataformas de bajo coste. Ha realizado estancias de investigación en el Instituto de Desarrollo Regional (Castilla –La Mancha) (2014) y en la Universidad Tecnológica de Delft (Holanda) (2015), en la que actualmente forma parte del grupo de Teledetección. Sus estudios se centran en análisis radiométricos y geométricos de imágenes multiespectrales, fusión de sensores RGB, multiespectrales, térmicos y LiDAR, caracterización de nubes de puntos en ámbitos urbanos y forestales y modelos de Energía y Transferencia Radiativa en escenarios agronómicos.

Líneas de investigación:

  • Calibración radiométrica y geométrica de sensores pasivos
  • Fotogrametría de rango cercano y visión computacional en Ingeniería Agroforestal.
  • Modelos de energía y transferencia radiativa aplicados a la Viticultura.
  • Análisis espectral y diagnóstico de viñedos
  • Extracción de parámetros arbóreos mediante tecnologías LiDAR
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Estudiante de Doctorado

Alberto Holgado Barco

Estudiante de doctorado en la Universidad de Salamanca (España) en el programa de doctorado de Investigación y desarrollo en Geotecnologías. Por la Universidad de Salamanca ha obtenido los títulos de Ingeniería Técnica en Topografía (2009), Master en Geotecnologías Cartográficas en Ingeniería y Arquitectura (2011) y Grado en Ingeniería Geomática y Topografía (2013). Su principal línea de investigación se centra en los sistemas de mapeado móvil en la inspección e inventario de carreteras.

Líneas de investigación:

  • Sistema Mapeado Móvil.
  • Sistema de escáner láser terrestre.
  • Fotogrametría de rango cercano.
  • UAV vehículo aéreo no tripulado.
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Miembro del grupo TIDOP

Manuel Rodríguez Martín

Manuel es doctor por la Universidad de Salamanca y la Universidad de Vigo. Defendió su Tesis Doctoral en 2015 titulada “Termografía activa y fotogrametría de objeto cercano para la detección, medición y evaluación de defectos e imperfecciones de uniones soldadas” con la calificación de sobresaliente Cum Laude. En 2010 se graduó en Ingeniería Mecánica por la Universidad de Valladolid, el 2011 cursó un Máster Profesional en Gestión Integrada de Calidad, PRL y Medio Ambiente por la Escuela Internacional de Negocios Cerem, en 2012 finalizó la Ingeniería Superior Industrial (nivel máster) en la Universidad de Salamanca y en 2013 el Máster en Profesorado de Secundaria en Matemáticas en la UNIR. Desde 2008 ha completado 520 horas en diferentes cursos de formación continua en el ámbito de la eficiencia energética, instalaciones, estructuras y otros relacionados con la ingeniería. Desde 2013 ha trabajado como auditor energético en edificación.

Líneas de investigación:

  • Ensayos no destructivos (END) para evaluaciones de material
  • Termografía activa y fuentes de excitación energética
  • Algoritmos para procesado de imagen térmica
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Ingeniero del grupo TIDOP

Diego Guerrero Sevilla

Ingeniero Tecnico en Informática de Sistemas (2001) e Ingeniero en Informática (2005) por la Universidad de Castilla – La Mancha. Ha formado parte del Grupo de Teledetección y SIG del Instituto de Desarrollo Regional (UCLM) liderando proyectos de desarrollo software en el ámbito de la geomática. Fue director técnico de SIGTEL Geomática, spin-off de la Universidad de Castilla – La Mancha. Ha obtenido un premio de la “International Societies of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ISPRS/ASPRS)” como parte del equipo de desarrollo del software fotogramétrico “Photogrammetry Workbench”. Miembro del grupo TIDOP desde 2011 participa en varios proyectos de desarrollo software relacionados principalmente con la fotogrametría y el modelado 3D.

Líneas de investigación:

  • Desarrollo de aplicaciones en el area de la geomática, fotogrametría y modelado 3D
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Miembro del grupo TIDOP

Jesús Fernández Hernández

Ingeniero Técnico Industrial (1980) e Ingeniero Industrial (2004) por la Universidad de Salamanca (España). Es profesor de secundaria de Sistema Electrónicos y profesor asociado de la Usal en el departamento de Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno, área de Prospección e Investigación Minera. Ha participado en la realización de Software de investigación y en diversas patentes del grupo Tidop, así como en diversos artículos en revistas internacionales. En la actualidad se encuentra desarrollando su tesis doctoral.

Líneas de investigación:

  • Aplicación de los UAVs a la fotogrametría
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Estudiante de Doctorado

Ignacio Martín Nieto

Graduado en Minas y Energías por la Universidad de Salamanca (2016), obtuvo el Premio Extraordinario de fin de Grado ese mismo año. Actualmente se encuentra cursando sus estudios de doctorado dentro del programa “Geotecnologías aplicadas a la Construcción, Energía e Industria” así como el Máster Universitario en Ingeniería Minera y de Recursos Energéticos por la Universidad de León (Escuela Superior y Técnica de Ingenieros de Minas). En la actualidad colabora con el Departamento de Ingenería Cartográfica y del Terreno de la Escuela Politécnica Superior de Ávila gracias a una beca de colaboración, realizando tareas de investigación en energía geotérmica.

Líneas de investigación:

  • Desarrollo de nuevos sistemas y mejoras en la eficiencia, Energía Geotérmica
  • Energías Renovables
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Miembro del grupo TIDOP

Luis Javier Sánchez Aparicio

Diplomado en 2011 en Arquitectura Técnica. Obtuvo con posterioridad, en 2012, el Máster en Geotecnologías Cartográficas de la Ingeniería y Arquitectura. Graduado en Ingeniería de la Edificación en el año 2014. Dicho año efectuó una estancia pre-doctoral, durante un periodo de 3 meses, en el Departamento de Ingeniería Civil de la Universidad de Minho (Guimarães,Portugal), dentro del grupo de Mampostería y Construcciones Históricas. Actualmente mantiene diferentes actividades investigadoras con dicho grupo. En el año 2016 obtuvo el título de Doctor (mención Internacional y premio extraordinario) por la Universidad de Salamanca, tras la cosecución de su tesis doctoral “Damage evaluation in constructions based on geomatic and dynamic approaches” obteniendo la mención Cum-Laude.

Líneas de investigación:

  • Estratégias para la modelización destinada a análsis estructural
  • Evaluación de daños estructurales a traves de la dinámica de estructuras y las geotecnologías en construcciones históricas
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Miembro del grupo TIDOP

Inmaculada Picón Cabrera

Graduada por la Universidad Politécnica de Madrid en Ingeniería Técnica Topográfica (1991) e Ingenieró en Geodesia y Cartografía por la Universidad de Salamanca (2002). Actualmente, esta desarrollando su Tesis Doctoral. Desde 1992 es Profesora de la Universidad de Salamanca en el Área de Ingeniería Cartográfica, Geodesia y fotogrametría con una amplia experiencia docente en el campo de la Cartografía y los Sistemas de Información Geográfica. Comenzó su labor investigadora colaborando con el Departamento de Geología de la Universidad de Salamanca y posteriormente con el grupo TIDOP, participando en diversos Proyectos y Articulos internacionales.

Líneas de investigación:

  • Metodologias laser escaner aplicadas a la ingeniería y arquitectura
  • Modelado 3D
  • Realidad Virtual
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Miembro del grupo TIDOP

Susana Lagüela Lopez

Ingeniera de Minas por la Universidad de Vigo (2009), donde también realizó el Máster de Tecnología Medioambiental (2010). Obtuvo su doctorado con mención internacional en termografía 3D en 2014 en la Universidad de Vigo, obteniendo el Premio Extraordinario de Tesis. Realizó estancias de investigación en la Universidad Politécnica de Valencia (2010), en la Universidad de California Berkeley (2011), y el ITC-CNR en Italia (2012). En 2014 fue investigadora postdoctoral en ETH Zurich, trabajando en la aplicación de termografía al estudio de fenómenos de evapotranspiración en medios porosos. Actualmente es investigadora postdoctoral Juan de la Cierva en la Universidad de Salamanca. Autora de más de 30 artículos y contribuciones a congresos, recibió el Premio a Jóvenes Investigadores en Nuevas Tecnologías de la Diputación de Pontevedra (España, 2011), y el Premio “Ermanno Grinzato a Investigadores Menores de 30” en la Conferencia Internacional AITA 2013. Termógrafa oficial nivel 1 por el Infrared Training Center (Suecia).

Líneas de investigación:

  • Termografía cuantitativa: caracterización térmica de materiales
  • Termografía 3D
  • Procesado e interpretación de imagen
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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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Estudiante de Doctorado

Álvaro Bautista de Castro

Estudiante de doctorado en la Universidad de Salamanca (España) en el programa de doctorado de investigación y desarrollo en Geotecnologías aplicadas a la Construcción, Energía e Industria. Por la Universidad de Salamanca ha obtenido los títulos de Máster en Energías Renovables y Eficiencia Energética (2012) e Ingeniería Técnica Industrial especialidad Mecánica (2013). Además por la Universidad de León posee los títulos de Graduado en Ingeniería Mecánica (2014) y Máster Universitario en Ingeniería Industrial (2015) obteniendo una calificación de Matrícula de Honor en el proyecto fin de máster titulado “Sistema de automatización de una caldera industrial de agua de biomasa”. Su principal línea de investigación se centra en la evaluación de defectos estructurales para su posterior análisis.

Líneas de investigación:

  • Estrategias para la modelización destinada a análisis estructural
  • Aplicación del láser escáner y la fotogrametría para la evaluación de daños estructurales a través de la dinámica de estructuras
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Ingeniero del grupo TIDOP

Esteban Ruíz de Oña Crespo

Ingeniero Técnico en Topografía por la Universidad de Oviedo (2003) e Ingeniero en Geodesia y Cartografía por la Universidad de Salamanca (2006). Ha trabajado en el desarrollo de software cartográfico en diferentes lenguajes de programación como C++, Java y JavaScript entre otros. Ha desarrollado clientes y servidores WMS con algunas capacidades exclusivas como servir vuelos fotogramétricos con tecnología 3D estéreo y como orto al vuelo.

Líneas de investigación:

  • Desarrollo de software
  • Servidores WMS.
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Estudiante de Doctorado

Rocio Mora Fernandez de Cordoba

Estudió Ingeniería Técnica en Topografía (2009) y posteriormente realizó el Máster en Geotecnologías Cartográficas en Ingeniaría y Arquitectura(2010) en la Universidad de Salamanca. Trabajó dos años como autónoma realizando levantamientos topográficos para revisiones catastrales. En 2012 comenzó a estudiar el Grado en Ingeniería Informática en la Universidad de Salamanca carrera que finalizó en 2016 después de combinar la topografía con la informática en su trabajo fin de grado con el que obtuvo Matrícula de Honor

Líneas de investigación:

  • Desarrollo de Software
  • Procesamiento de nubes de puntos
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Estudiante de Doctorado

Laura PiedeLobo Martín

Laura Piedelobo, graduada en Ingeniería Civil por la Universidad de Salamanca (Escuela Politécnica Superior de Ávila) en el año 2015, consiguiendo el “Premio Extraordinario de Grado” por sus resultados académicos. También, graduada en Ingeniería de la Tecnología de Minas y Energía (pendiente TFG) por la Universidad de Salamanca, cursando un año en la Facultad de Ciencias de la Universidad de Lisboa y participando con la Dra. Catarina Silva en el proyecto de investigación “Estudio de la piezometría y calidad del agua subterránea para su consumo agrícola y doméstico en el Jardín Botánico de la Universidad de Lisboa”. Actualmente, estudiante en la Escuela Politécnica Superior de Ávila del programa de doctorado “Geotecnologías aplicadas a la Construcción, Energía e Industria”.

Líneas de investigación:

  • Procesado digital de imágenes de teledetección para clasificación y estimación de parámetros
  • Aplicación operativa de la teledetección en distintos campos científicos relacionados con el estudio de la vegetación, control de la demanda de agua para regadío y parámetros hidrológicos en cauces fluviales para mejorar la gestión y planificación de recursos hídricos
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Miembro del grupo TIDOP

Jesús María García Gago

Diplomado en Arquitectura Técnica por la Universidad de Burgos. Realizó el Máster en Geotecnologías Cartográficas en Ingeniaría y Arquitectura (2009) en la Universidad de Salamanca, donde se doctoró en el 2014 con su tesis “Documentación y análisis geométrico del patrimonio arquitectónico a partir de métodos fotogramétricos con una y múltiples imágenes” Es profesor de la Universidad de Salamanca desde el 2006 en el Área de Construcciones Arquitectónicas. Sus líneas de investigación se centran en el uso de la fotogrametría terrestre de bajo coste para la documentación geométrica del patrimonio arquitectónico.

Líneas de investigación:

  • Fotogrametría terrestre de bajo coste aplicada al patrimonio Arquitectónico
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Miembro del grupo TIDOP

Beatríz Felipe García

Doctora por la Universidad de Valencia en 2010, donde también obtuvo el título de Ingeniero Técnico en Topografía (1996) e Ingeniero en Geodesia y Cartografía (1998). Cuenta además con un Máster Universitario en Geomática, Teledetección y Modelos Espaciales Aplicados a la Gestión Forestal (2014), título obtenido en la Universidad de Córdoba y un total de 400 horas en cursos de formación continua relacionados con la Geomática y los sistemas GIS. Comenzó su labor docente en 2002 en la Universidad de Castilla y la Mancha donde ha impartido asignaturas ligadas a la topografía. En lo que respecta a su labor investigadora, participa en proyectos del Plan Nacional de I+D+i, publicaciones de artículos en revistas indexadas, ponencias en congresos, entre otras laborares con el grupo TIDOP desde 2009. Actualmente ocupa el puesto de Jefa de Negociado Técnico en la Conserjería de Agricultura de la Junta de Comunicaciones de Castilla- La Mancha

Líneas de investigación:

  • Sistemas de Información Geográfica
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Miembro del grupo TIDOP

Santiago Zazo-del Dedo

En mayo de 2017 ha obtenido el título de Doctor con Mención Internacional por las Universidades de Salamanca y Vigo, tras la defensa de su Tesis Doctoral titulada “Análisis del comportamiento hidrodinámico fluvial mediante Razonamiento Causal y Visión Artificial”, calificación Sobresaliente-Cum Laude. Durante 2016-2017 ha realizado una estancia internacional en la Universidad de Beira Interior (Covilhã, Portugal), en el Dpto de Ingeniería Civil y Arquitectura (Laboratorio de Hidráulica) de la Facultad de Ingeniería, llevando a cabo análisis en morfodinámica fluvial en canales meandriformes, mediante sensores pasivos geomáticos. Santiago es además Máster en Geotecnologías Cartográficas de la Ingeniería y Arquitectura, por las Universidades de Salamanca y Valladolid (Premio Extraordinario-USAL), Graduado en Ingeniería Civil (Universidad Europea de Madrid), Ingeniero Técnico de Obras Públicas (especialidad Hidrología) e Ingeniero Técnico en Topografía, ambas por la Universidad de Salamanca. Entre 2011-2013 y durante 2016 ha sido Profesor Asociado, en la Escuela Politécnica Superior de Ávila (Universidad de Salamanca), Dpto. de Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno – Área de Ingeniería Hidráulica (Grado en Ingeniería Civil; docencia: Obras Hidráulicas, Laboratorio de Hidráulica, Gestión de Recursos Hídricos y Depuración de Aguas). Además, tiene más de 20 años de experiencia en Topografía-Geomática e Ingeniería Civil.

Líneas de investigación:

  • Hidráulica Fluvial: Modelización de inundaciones. Morfodinámica fluvial (erosión-transporte de sedimentos)
  • Hidrología
  • Visión Artificial: Aplicación de Geotecnologías a la adquisición de información geoespacial mediante sensores de coste reducido/bajo coste, en la Hidrodinámica e Hidráulica Fluvial
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Miembro del grupo TIDOP

Miguel Ángel Maté González

Es Ingeniero Técnico en Topografía (2012) por la Universidad de Salamanca (USAL). Tras terminar estos estudios, realizó el Máster en Geotecnologías Cartográficas en Ingeniería y Arquitectura (2013 – USAL) que le dio acceso a la obtención del título de Doctor en Geotecnologías aplicadas a la Construcción, Energía e Industria (2017-USAL). También ha cursado un Máster en Educación Secundaria (2017) por la Universidad Camilo José Cela y posee un ciclo formativo de Técnico Superior en Desarrollo de Proyectos Urbanísticos y Operaciones Topográficas (2008) por I.E.S. Virgen de la Paloma (Madrid). Ha resuelto problemáticas de aplicación en el manejo de sensores geomáticos, de técnicas de representación, de visualización 3D, de calibración y de contrastación de sensores, posibilitando su aplicación a otros campos de la ciencia y plasmándose todo ello en la Tesis Doctoral “Implicaciones de la fotogrametría y de las técnicas láser en la identificación y caracterización de las trazas antrópicas sobre restos óseos en los yacimientos arqueológicos del Pleistoceno” con la mención cum laude. En ella, se desarrolló una nueva metodología para la documentación 3D y análisis de las marcas de corte sobre restos óseos, aplicándola a diferentes proyectos arqueológicos y paleontológicos y materializándose en numerosas publicaciones (JCR) y congresos internacionales. A partir de aplicación de las nuevas tecnologías al campo de la arqueología, ha trabajado en el Centro de Asistencia a la Investigación (C.A.I.) de Arqueometría de la UCM (2015-2017). Ha colaborado también con diferentes profesores/investigadores del Dpto. de Prehistoria de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid.

Líneas de investigación:

  • Geotecnologías cartográficas aplicadas al Patrimonio Histórico y Arqueológico y otras disciplinas afines para su documentación, análisis y difusión
  • Adecuación de metodologías no destructivas utilizadas en diferentes campos de la ingeniería para su aplicación en Arqueología
  • Aplicación de técnicas Fotogramétricas y técnicas láser 3D para la documentación de objeto cercano en escenarios complejos
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Estudiante de Doctorado

Ruben Muñoz Sanchez

Estudió Grado en ingeniería civil especializado en hidrología por la Universidad de Salamanca (2016) y un Master en Geotecnologías Cartográficas en Ingeniería y Arquitectura en la Universidad de Salamanca (2017). Actualmente es estudiante de Doctorado en la Universidad de Salamanca en el programa de Doctorado en Geotecnologías aplicadas a la Construcción, Energía e Industria desarrollando líneas de investigación relacionadas con la gestión de riesgos en infraestructuras hidráulicas y modelos de simulación hidráulica.

Líneas de investigación:

  • Gestión de riesgos en infraestructuras hidráulicas
  • Modelización hidráulica
  • Hidrología
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Miembro del grupo TIDOP

Rocio Ballesteros González

Ingeniero Técnico Forestal (2005) e Ingeniero Agronómo (2008) por la Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha donde desarrolló sus estudios de Máster en Ciencia e Ingeniería Agrarias (2010). Obtuvo su doctorado con mención internacional y calificación Cum-Laude tras la defensa de la Tesis titulada “Predicción de la evapotranspiración de referencia y empleo de modelos de tiempo térmico junto a información geomática en la caracterización de cultivos para la gestión del regadío en la Mancha Oriental” (2014). Realizó una estancia predoctoral en la Organización para la Alimentación y la Agricultura de las Naciones Unidas (FAO, Roma) (2014). Tras sus estudios de doctorado realizó una estancia postdoctoral en Cranfield University (Reino Unido) centrada en el uso de imágenes de muy alta resolución y su aplicación en agricultura y ecosistemas fluviales. Durante tres años centró su trabajo de investigación en el desarrollo de metodologías (vehículos aéreos no tripulados) para la gestión del regadío en la Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha como investigadora postdoctoral. Ha sido investigadora invitada en Cranfield University y en el Instituto de Investigaciones Agropecuarias (INIA) (Chile) durante el año 2017. Es autora de más de 15 artículos científicos publicados en revistas de impacto y 29 comunicaciones a congresos nacionales e internacionales. Asimismo, colabora como editora en Journal of Unmanned Vehicle Systems (NRC Research Press Journal).

Líneas de investigación:

  • Desarrollo de metodologías para el uso de imágenes de muy alta resolución en agricultura de precision
  • Aplicación de sensores térmicos y multiespectrales en agronomía
  • Uso de láser escáner con aplicaciones en ingeniería
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Estudiante de Doctorado

Maria Sánchez-Aparicio

En el año 2013, obtuvo el título de Ingeniería Técnica en Topografía. Posteriormente, estudió el Grado en Ingeniería de la Tecnología de minas y Energía (2018). Durante el curso 2016-2017 estudió el master en Geotecnologías Cartográficas en Ingeniería y Arquitectura donde recibio el premio TCUE por su trabajo fin de máster “Desarrollo de software para el diseño y análisis de explotaciones mineras”. Ha cursado varios cursos de formación permanente en Sistemas de Información Geográfico, programación en Phyton y PostgreSQL.

Líneas de investigación:

  • Sistemas de Información Geográficos aplicado a minería y energía
  • Fotogrametría y laser escaner aplicada a minería y energía
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Miembro del grupo TIDOP

Diego Prieto Herraez

Diego Prieto, Ingeniero Técnico en Telecomunicaciones (2006) por la Universidad de Valladolid obteniendo el reconocimiento “Premio Extraordinario Fin de Carrera” por sus resultados académicos, comenzó su carrera profesional dentro del área de administración de sistemas. Paralelamente a este primer contacto con el mundo laboral, cursó la Ingeniería Superior de Telecomunicación (2009) en la Universidad de Valladolid. Ha complementado su formación con la realización del Máster en Geotecnologías Cartográficas en Ingeniería y Arquitectura (2013) por las Universidades de Salamanca y Valladolid obteniendo el reconocimiento “Premio Extraordinario Fin de Máster”.

En el año 2009 comenzó su experiencia investigadora dentro del grupo de investigación de Simulación Numérica y Cálculo Científico de la Universidad de Salamanca, en el que realizó su Tesis Doctoral titulada “Asimilación de datos, validación e integración en GIS de un modelo de simulación de incendios forestales” (2018) dentro del programa de doctorado “Geotecnologías aplicadas a la Construcción, Energía e Industria” de las Universidades de Salamanca y Vigo.

Actualmente trabaja en la estimación de la producción de energía eólica dentro del grupo de investigación TIDOP

Líneas de investigación:

  • Modelización y simulación numérica de problemas medioambientales
  • Computación de alto rendimiento
  • Sistemas de Información Geográfica
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Miembro del grupo TIDOP

Jorge López Rebollo

Graduado en Ingeniería Civil (especializado en Hidrología) por la Universidad de Salamanca en la Escuela Politécnica Superior de Ávila en 2018. Consiguió el “Premio Extraordinario de Grado” con su Trabajo Fin de Grado titulado “Determinación de las propiedades mecánicas de la madera de pino carrasco (Pinus halepensis) a partir del ensayo de compresión y la correlación digital de imágenes”. Durante el curso 2017/18 obtuvo una Beca de Colaboración en el Departamento de Construcción y Agronomía de la USAL para el proyecto “Optimización geométrica de puentes a escala de madera laminada”.

Líneas de investigación:

  • Análisis de materiales y soluciones industriales a través de correlación digital de imágenes
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Estudiante de Doctorado

Enrique González González

Industrial technical engineer (2008) at the University of Valladolid. His degree dissertation, entitled “Design and build of a Solar Cooker” was awarded by the Catedra of renewable energies. Later, in 2012, he receved the degree in industrial engineer at the University of Valladolid.
In 2012 he started working in Aernnova Aerospace as structural engineer for aerospace industry, developing international projects for different companies (Airbus, Embraer, Bombardier, Boeing, etc).
In 2018 he started working as freelance, developing technological projects. Also he has participated in the entrepreneurship program “Tatiana Perez de Guzman el Bueno” foundation with the project “Sistema de regulación de altura”. Nowadays he is working in research project ENER3DMAP within research group TIDOP.

Líneas de investigación:

  • Energia renovable
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Miembro del grupo TIDOP

Paula de Andrés Anaya

Técnico superior de proyecto Urbanísticos y Operaciones Topográficas por el I.E.S. Andrés Laguna (Segovia) con mención Matrícula de Honor en el año 2014 y Graduada en ingeniería Geomática y Topografía por la Universidad de Salamanca en la Escuela Politécnica Superior de Ávila en 2019.
Durante el curso 2018/2019 obtuvo una Beca de colaboración en el departamento de “Ingeniería Cartográfica y del Terreno” de la USAL para el proyecto “ENER3DMAP”
Ha cursado diferentes cursos de Sistemas de Información Geográfica , diseño gráfico y modelado 3D.

Líneas de investigación:

  • Sistemas de Información Geográfica aplicado al Cálculo de Temperatura Superficial Terrestre
  • Desarrollo de aplicaciones para cálculo de Temperatura Superficial Terrestre
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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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Miembro del grupo TIDOP

Javier Pisonero Carabias

Ingeniero mecánico graduado en 2017 en la Universidad de Salamanca (España) obteniendo el premio al mejor expediente de la promoción. Además máster en energías renovables y eficiencia energética por la Universidad de Salamanca en 2018. Participante de proyecto en la plataforma Interreg Sudoe en colaboración con empresas estatales y las universidades de Aveiro y Burdeos.

Líneas de investigación:

  • Caracterización de materialdes y soluciones industriales a través de correlación digital de imágenes
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