[automatically translated] Over the years the monitoring techniques have developed an exponential trend towards simplification and speeding, both of the operations of relief, that of restitution and analysis of data collected at the same time reaching to levels of accuracy increasingly driven. This turn of continuous improvement of the technological performance and optimization of resources in terms of time and money, for the experts, has put the modern Geomatics in line with the mentality of its third millennium to make better and faster. Among the technologies that increasingly are taking the field in this context it fits the Mobile Mapping System which on any mobile platform integrates sensors and measurement systems arranged to provide the 3D position almost-continuous of the platform and, at the same time, capable of acquiring geographic data without the use of ground control points. The work presented here is part of a line of research that, from 2012 to the present, studies the applicability and potential of Mobile Mapping System technology in various areas of structural and territorial monitoring. In particular, it shows the monitoring of the urban park Ninni Cassara of Palermo made by the IP-S2 Mobile Mapping System TOPCON, aiming an application for the management of the maintenance of the park itself.
|Publication status||Published - 2014|