This article summarizes the experience gained between 2012 and 2013 by the Department of Civil, Environmental, Aerospace and Materials of the University of Palermo on the integrated survey of Park Ninni Cassarà in Palermo, Italy and the subsequent testing of methods, tools and technique based on current research regarding the acquisition and processing of GNSS data and Laser Scanner. The work has been addressed in order to select the less expensive and fast techniques to be applied in the acquisition phase. After first monumenting sixteen control points distribuited within the site and surveyed by GNSS receivers, the was planned and carried out the survey in NRTK mode of the path and of the key elements of the park. It was therefore decided to experiment with MMS acquisition of the park through which it was possible to acquire data about the morphology of the terrain, the conditions of the state of footpaths, building that laid ahead and distributions of street furniture. The points clouds obtained through this technology have been subjected to both automatic and manual procedure to verify that, finally, their actual descriptive possibilities of real forms.
|Numero di pagine||6|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2013|