Publications 2014

Photogrammetric and computer vision-based approach for automated 3d architectural modelling and its typological analysis

Author/s: Jesús García-Gago, Diego González-Aguilera, Javier Gómez-Lahoz, Jesús Ignacio San-José-Alonso
Journal: Remote Sensing Impact factor: 2.1

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

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

Publicaciones 2013


An automated approach for road characterization through Mobile LiDAR Systems: obtaining geometric parameters of vertical profiles and cross-sections

Author/s: Alberto Holgado-Barco, Diego González-Aguilera, Pedro Arias-Sánchez, Joaquín Martínez-Sánchez
Journal: ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Impact factor: 3.37

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

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

Publicaciones 2013


Calibrating a photogrammetric digital frame sensor using a test field

Author/s: Benjamín Arias-Pérez, Oscar Cuadrado-Méndez, Pilar Quintanilla, Javier Gómez- Lahoz, Diego González-Aguilera
Journal: Dyna Impact factor: 0.2

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

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

Publicaciones 2013


Confronting passive and active sensors with Non-Gaussian statistic

Author/s: Pablo Rodríguez-Gonzálvez, Jesús García-Gago, Javier Gómez-Lahoz, Diego González-Aguilera
Journal: Sensors Impact factor: 1.95

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

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

Publicaciones 2013


Geomatic methods at the service of water resources modelling

Author/s: José Luis Molina-González, Pablo Rodríguez-Gonzálvez, María Carmen Molina-González, Diego González-Aguilera, Fernando Espejo-Almodóvar
Journal: Journal of Hydrology Impact factor: 2.96

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

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

Publicaciones 2013


Geomatics and geophysics synergies to evaluate underground wine cellars

Author/s: Pablo Rodríguez-Gonzálvez, Ángel Luis Muñoz-Nieto, Irene Gozalo-Sanz, Juan Mancera-Taboada, Diego González-Aguilera, Pedro Carrasco-Morillo
Journal: International Journal of Architectural Heritage Impact factor: 0.37

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

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

Publicaciones 2013


Historical Single Image-Based Modeling: The Case of Gobierna Tower, Zamora (Spain)

Author/s: Jesús García-Gago, Javier Gómez-Lahoz, Javier Rodríguez-Méndez, Diego González-Aguilera
Journal: Remote Sensing Impact factor: 2.1

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

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

Publicaciones 2013


The combination of geomatic approaches and operational modal analysis to improve calibration of finite element models: a case of study in Saint Torcato Church (Guimarães, Portugal)

Author/s: Luis Javier Sánchez-Aparicio, Belén Riveiro-Rodríguez, Diego González-Aguilera, Luis Ferreira-Ramos
Journal: Construction & Building Materials Impact factor: 2.29

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

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

Publicaciones 2013


Vicarious Radiometric Calibration of a Multispectral Sensor from an Aerial Trike Applied to Precision Agriculture

Author/s: Mónica Herrero-Huerta, David Hernández-López, Pablo Rodríguez- Gonzálvez, Diego González-Aguilera, José González-Piqueras
Journal: Computers and Electronics in Agriculture Impact factor: 1.77

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

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

Publicaciones 2013


A hybrid measurement approach for archaeological site modelling and monitoring: the case study of Mas D’Is, Penàguila

Author/s: José Alberto-Torres, David Hernández-López, Diego González-Aguilera, Miguel Ángel Moreno-Hidalgo
Journal: Archaeological Science Impact factor: 1.29

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

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

Publicaciones 2013


Vicarious Radiometric Calibration of a Multispectral Camera on Board an Unmanned Aerial System

Author/s: Susana Del-Pozo-Aguilera, Pablo Rodríguez-Gonzálvez, David Hernández-López, Beatriz Felipe-García
Journal: Remote Sensing Impact factor: 2.62

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

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

Publicaciones 2013


UAV archaeological reconstruction: the study case of Chamartin Hillfort (Ávila, Spain)

Author/s: Diego González-Aguilera, Ángel Luis Muñoz-Nieto, Pablo Rodríguez-Gonzálvez, Jesús Fernández-Hernández, Javier Gómez-Lahoz, Inmaculada Picón-Cabrera, Jesús Sabas Herrero-Pascual, David Hernández-López
Journal: IASPRS Impact factor:

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

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

Publicaciones 2013


The Integration of Geotechnologies in the Evaluation of a Wine Cellar Structure through the Finite Element Method

Author/s: Alberto Villarino-Otero, Belén Riveiro-Rodríguez, Diego González-Aguilera, Luis Javier Sánchez-Aparicio
Journal: Remote Sensing Impact factor: 2.62

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

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

Publicaciones 2013


Cooling Analysis of Welded Materials for Crack Detection Using Infrared Thermography

Author/s: Manuel Rodríguez-Martín, Susana Lagüela-López, Diego González-Aguilera, Pedro Arias-Sánchez
Journal: Infrared Physics and Technology Impact factor: 1.46

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

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

Publicaciones 2013


Segmentation of Indoor Mapping Point Clouds Applied to Crime Scenes Reconstruction

Author/s: Sandra Zancajo-Blázquez, Susana Lagüela-López, Diego González-Aguilera, Joaquín Martínez-Sánchez
Journal: IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security Impact factor: 1.9

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

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

Publicaciones 2013


Parameters and methodology for geometric control of photogrammetric flights of pushbroom cameras

Author/s: David Hernández-López, Javier Gómez-Lahoz, Diego González-Aguilera, Jesús Fernández-Hernández
Journal: Remote Sensing Impact factor: 2.1

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

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

Publicaciones 2013


Image-based modeling of built environment from an unmanned aerial system

Author/s: Pablo Rodríguez-Gonzálvez, Diego González-Aguilera, Gemma López-Jiménez, Inmaculada Picón-Cabrera
Journal: Automation in Construction Impact factor: 1.82

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

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

Publicaciones 2013


Successful applications of geotechnologies for the evaluation of road infrastructures

Author/s: Alberto Villarino-Otero, Belén Riveiro-Rodríguez, Joaquín Martínez-Sánchez, Diego González-Aguilera
Journal: Remote Sensing Impact factor: 2.62

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

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

Publicaciones 2013


Survey and Classification of Large Woody Debris(LWD) in Streams using Generated Low-Cost Geomatic Products

Author/s: Damian Ortega-Terol, Miguel Ángel Moreno, David Hernández-López, Pablo Rodríguez-Gonzálvez
Journal: Remote Sensing Impact factor: 2.623

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

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

Publicaciones 2013


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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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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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