Using mobile laser scanning data for automated extraction of road markings

@article{Guan2014UsingML,
  title={Using mobile laser scanning data for automated extraction of road markings},
  author={H. Guan and Jonathan Li and Yongtao Yu and Cheng Wang and M. Chapman and Bisheng Yang},
  journal={Isprs Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing},
  year={2014},
  volume={87},
  pages={93-107}
}
Abstract A mobile laser scanning (MLS) system allows direct collection of accurate 3D point information in unprecedented detail at highway speeds and at less than traditional survey costs, which serves the fast growing demands of transportation-related road surveying including road surface geometry and road environment. As one type of road feature in traffic management systems, road markings on paved roadways have important functions in providing guidance and information to drivers and… Expand
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