Ground-based Laser Scanners: Operation, systems and Applications
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Ground-based laser scanning is a new technology available to photogrammetrists, geodesists and surveyors for rapid and extremely dense spatial data capture. This paper describes some of the fundamentals of scanner operation, followed by a review of the salient properties of five commercially available scanner systems. Scanner geometry, observables and associated co-ordinate transformations are then detailed. Several case studies selected from research conducted at Curtin University are described to complete the paper.
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