Adding the Third Dimension to a Topographic Database Using Airborne Laser Scanner Data

@inproceedings{Elberink2006AddingTT,
  title={Adding the Third Dimension to a Topographic Database Using Airborne Laser Scanner Data},
  author={Sander Oude Elberink and George Vosselman},
  year={2006}
}
Laser altimetry provides reliable and detailed 3D data, which to certain extent, can be processed (semi-)automatically into 3D information. The use of an additional source of information, like 2D GIS data, can improve the reconstruction process, especially in terms of time and reliability. This paper describes the reconstruction of 3D topographic objects by fusing medium scale map data with the national height model, acquired by airborne laser altimetry. We assume that the topographic objects… CONTINUE READING
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