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This paper is focused on the automatic construction of 3D basic-semantic models of inhabited interiors using laser scanners with the help of RFID technologies. This is an innovative approach, in whose field scarce publications exist. The general strategy consists of carrying out a selective and sequential segmentation from the cloud of points by means of(More)
RFID middleware is anticipated to one of the main research areas in the field of RFID applications in the near future. The Data EPC Acquisition System (DEPCAS) is an original proposal designed by our group to transfer and apply fundamental ideas from System and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems into the areas of RFID acquisition, processing and distribution(More)
In this paper we present a method that automatically yields Boundary Representation Models (B-rep) for indoors after processing dense point clouds collected by laser scanners from key locations through an existing facility. Our objective is particularly focused on providing single models which contain the shape, location and relationship of primitive(More)
This work describes a method for filling holes in a 3D mesh based on 2D image restoration algorithms. Since these algorithms need an image as input, the first stage of the method concerns a 3D to 2D transformation. By projecting the 3D surface onto a squared plane, a 2D image is generated in such a way that the depth information is stored in each grid. The(More)
Laser scanner data is increasingly being used for the detailed reverse engineering of buildings. This process is currently primarily manual, but recent research has shown that basic structures, such as walls, ceilings, floors, doorways, and windows, can be detected and modeled automatically. Building on this previous research, we focus on the modeling of(More)