Applications and Projects of the Centre of Excellence in TeleGeomatics, University of Trieste, are herein reported, in particular as far as regards the Interreg SISA (Survey and Information System of Adriatic Roads) Project. SISA Proect linked together the Universities of Trieste, Italy, Rijeka, Civil Engineering Faculty, Novi Sad, Faculty of Technical Sciences, Sarajevo, Civil Engineering Faculty, Geodesy Department, Polytechnic of Tirana, Civil Engineering Faculty, Tirana, Institute of Transport Studies, Autonomous Region Friuli Venezia Giulia, Central Direction for Territorial Planning, Mobility and Transport Infrastructures, Transport Services, Goods Transport, Trieste, Italy. In the Framework of the SISA Project more than 1000 thousands km have been surveyed using the MMS (Mobile Mapping System) of the Centre of Excellence in TeleGeomatics, University of Trieste, Italy. The instruments installed on the vehicle and the implemented software permit to obtain with high accuracy the parameters relative to the roads surveyed and to extract the geometry and the features relative to particular elements in the surrounding of the surveyed roads. The new instruments and devices of MMS used for the surveys are described together with the obtained results and accuracies. Moreover the results of laser scanner surveys from the Mobile Mapping Systems are presented and compared to another more accurate system. Future developments and application are presented linking together different techniques and methodologies for real time surveys, in particular with the use of WADGPS techniques also through InterNet (SISNeT ESA Project), with a software developed at the Laboratory of Topography and GIS, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.

CER TELEGEOMATICS APPLICATIONS AND PROJECTS IN CENTRAL EUROPE

BOLZON, GIORGIO;
2006

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Applications and Projects of the Centre of Excellence in TeleGeomatics, University of Trieste, are herein reported, in particular as far as regards the Interreg SISA (Survey and Information System of Adriatic Roads) Project. SISA Proect linked together the Universities of Trieste, Italy, Rijeka, Civil Engineering Faculty, Novi Sad, Faculty of Technical Sciences, Sarajevo, Civil Engineering Faculty, Geodesy Department, Polytechnic of Tirana, Civil Engineering Faculty, Tirana, Institute of Transport Studies, Autonomous Region Friuli Venezia Giulia, Central Direction for Territorial Planning, Mobility and Transport Infrastructures, Transport Services, Goods Transport, Trieste, Italy. In the Framework of the SISA Project more than 1000 thousands km have been surveyed using the MMS (Mobile Mapping System) of the Centre of Excellence in TeleGeomatics, University of Trieste, Italy. The instruments installed on the vehicle and the implemented software permit to obtain with high accuracy the parameters relative to the roads surveyed and to extract the geometry and the features relative to particular elements in the surrounding of the surveyed roads. The new instruments and devices of MMS used for the surveys are described together with the obtained results and accuracies. Moreover the results of laser scanner surveys from the Mobile Mapping Systems are presented and compared to another more accurate system. Future developments and application are presented linking together different techniques and methodologies for real time surveys, in particular with the use of WADGPS techniques also through InterNet (SISNeT ESA Project), with a software developed at the Laboratory of Topography and GIS, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
INS; ROAD CADASTER; GNSS; SISNET; KINEMATIC SURVEYS
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