3D Modeling of Patrimonium Objectives Using Laser Technology

Adrian ŞMULEAC, Herbei MIHAI, George POPESCU, Tiberiu POPESCU, Cosmin Alin POPESCU, Costel BARLIBA, Laura ŞMULEAC


This paper aims to present the advantages of using the terrestrial laser scanning technology (TLS) as a method of creating a 3D database and 3D documentation. This state-of-the-art technology is an innovation that has the advantage of acquiring a large amount of data in a short time. This technology together with UAV equipment has the advantage of obtaining a digital terrain model. The creation of 3D patrimony models, archaeological objects and sites in their current state requires specialized equipment, knowledge, and have a powerful methodology capable of digitally capturing and shaping geometric details and fine layout of these sites. Digital recording, documentation and preservation are required because our patrimony (natural, cultural or mixed) suffers from various anthropogenic and/or natural actions (natural disasters, climate change and forgetfulness of human neglect).


Leica C10; Leica GS08; patrimony; 3D model; UAV

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15835/buasvmcn-hort:2018.0025

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