UNIVERSITY BUILDINGS CONSERVATION USING TERRESTRIAL LASER SCANNING TECHNIQUE

Mariana Calin, Bogdan Erghelegiu, Raluca Manea, Ana Virsta, Tudor Salagean

Abstract


Laser scanning is a new measurement technique through which can be recorded, fully automatic with high precision and speed. In documenting of existing buildings and facilities, knowing the geometry of the object is the most important.

Old university buildings are icons from the past that exist in present time. In order to preserve this heritage for the future generation, recording and documenting of university buildings are required. With the development of information system and data collection technique, it is possible to create a 3D digital model. This 3D information plays an important role in recording and documenting old buildings. The purpose of this paper is to achieve the objective, namely, achieving 3D digital model of a university building located in the USAMV Bucharest campus. Examining the building, which has existed for over 80 years has a fairly high level of degradation, requiring investigation overall. Digital model has the role to graphically restore, as closely as possible the objective scanned, obtaining all the necessary information for this old building.

Through this research, a proper database for storing and documenting the university buildings conservation data will be developed in order to attempt to register them in UNESCO patrimony.


Keywords


Educational building, Leica Scan Station, point clouds, terrestrial laser scanning, UNESCO patrimony

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15835/buasvmcn-hort:10792




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