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Implementation of spatial information for monitoring and analysis of the area around the port using laser scanning techniques


Nowadays, maritime infrastructure is heavily exploited, which requires monitoring. The article presents the implementation of spatial information which are point clouds for monitoring and analysis of the area around the port (buildings and wharves). For this study, point clouds coming from terrestrial (TLS) and airborne laser scanning (ALS), each of them having different accuracy, were used. An important part of the analysis was the integration of the two data sources. Through integration, the acquisition of information on areas not covered by the measurement in the presented case, one of the methods was possible for use (e.g. the roofs in case of TLS, or the lack of some of the walls of buildings in case of ALS). Another aspect was to use this data. Measurement of the shape and geometry of objects was executed. Additionally, the planeness analysis of individual elements of port infrastructure has been carried out. An interesting analysis was to determine the water level, based on relation to specific characteristics of the light reflectance.


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Polish Maritime Research no. 24, pages 10 - 15,
ISSN: 1233-2585
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Bobkowska K., Inglot A., Mikusova M., Tysiąc P.: Implementation of spatial information for monitoring and analysis of the area around the port using laser scanning techniques// Polish Maritime Research. -Vol. 24, nr. S1(93) (2017), s.10-15
Digital Object Identifier (open in new tab) 10.1515/pomr-2017-0015
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