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3D imaging technology for improvement of and application in architecturalmonitoring

1 Politecnico di Torino Collegio di Ingegneria Elettronica, delle Telecomunicazioni e Fisica (ETF),Torino, Italy
2 Politecnico di Torino Dept. of Structural, Building and Geotechnical Engineering , Torino, Italy
3 National Tsing Hua University the Institute of Communications Engineering, Hsinchu, Republic ofChina

Special Issue: Big data

We consider the problem of laser scanners are increasingly being employed as surveyinginstruments for numerous applications. In this paper we have constructed a system for monitoringdangerous parts of archaeological sites or buildings. In order to the fragile parts of an archaeologicalsite or building are protected without human intervention, the system will perform a 3D scan of thebuilding in real time and collect the data. The system will restore the collected data and monitor thebuilding by comparing and analyzing the data at di erent times. At the same time, in order to reducethe error generated in the coordinate system transformation process, we have established a “flattened”model to optimize 3D imaging to ensure that the final image does not exhibit distortion. By simulatingdi erent data, we can determine that our “flattened” model produces good results in 3D imaging.
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