Capture and evaluation of airborne laser scanner data

@inproceedings{Kilian1996CaptureAE,
  title={Capture and evaluation of airborne laser scanner data},
  author={Johannes Kilian and Norbert Haala and Markus Englich},
  year={1996}
}
The development of laser sensors for the direct measurement of the terrain surface resulted in airborne systems allowing an area covering 3D data capture which are already in commercial use. By the integration of the laser scanner with sensors for the absolute orientation of the laser scanner at the time of measurement, like the NAVSTAR Global Positioning System (GPS) for the positioning task and an Inertial System (INS) for the orientation task, a powerful sensor system for the direct… CONTINUE READING
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