Jagannath Hiremagalur

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Caltrans 15. Supplementary Notes 16. Abstract This report documents the AHMCT research project, " Creating Standards and Specifications for the Use of Laser Scanning in Caltrans Projects. " 3D laser scanning standards and specifications for Caltrans applications were developed to promoted large-scale deployment of this technology into Caltrans day-today(More)
In many 3D laser scanner applications, high relative precision (relative dimensions within the registered point cloud) is sufficient; in contrast, DOT applications require good relative precision and high absolute accuracy. Thus, precise and robust geo-referencing is critical, and robust workflows are needed to reduce the likelihood and impact of human(More)
This report presents STRUCTVIEW, a vehicle-based system for the measurement of roadway structure profiles, which uses a scanning laser rangefinder to measure various structure and roadway features while traveling at highway speed. Measurement capabilities include horizontal and vertical clearances which can be used to support issuing permits based on(More)
This report provides a summary of results obtained under a two phase project aimed at identifying the state of the arts in inventory and assessing condition of roadside features and developing the kernel of a software-based asset management tool that can be used for digitization of Roadside Inventory Data, its Assessment, and Visualization. The project has(More)
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