The Etruscans in 3D: From Space to Underground

@article{Remondino2011TheEI,
  title={The Etruscans in 3D: From Space to Underground},
  author={Fabio Remondino and Alessandro Rizzi and Bel{\'e}n Jim{\'e}nez and Giorgio Agugiaro and Giorgio Baratti and Raffaele de Amicis},
  journal={Geoinformatics FCE CTU},
  year={2011},
  volume={6},
  pages={283-290}
}
eomatics and Geoinformatics deal with spatial and geographic information, 3D surveying and modeling as well as information science infrastructures. Geomatics and Geoinformatics are thus involved in cartography, mapping, photogrammetry, remote sensing, laser scanning, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS), geo-visualisation, geospatial data analysis and Cultural Heritage documentation. In particular the Cultural Heritage field can largely benefit from… 

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