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Continuation of Geodata Collection By Airborne Laser Scanning  <<

Akronym FoQus-on-AL
Funding Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF)
Request for Proposal Förderrunde 2006
Supporting Organisation Arbeitsgemeinschaft industrieller Forschungsvereinigungen "Otto von Guericke" e.V. (AiF)
HFT project director Prof. Dr.-Ing.  Michael Hahn
Project Staff Dr. habil. Johannes Joachim Engels, M.Sc. Alvand Miraliakbari
Contact Dr. habil. Johannes Joachim Engels, Telefon +49 (0)711 8926 2559,
Project partners Hochschule München, Prof. Dr. Krzystek; Firma TopScan GmbH, Universität der Bundeswehr München, University of Calgary, Landesvermessungsamt Baden-Württemberg, Abteilung Geodäsie;
Duration 01.10.2006 - 31.12.2009
Project description Building on the capacities of airborne laser scanning (ALS), a technology for quickly producing a high-resolution, 3D scan of the ground surface, numerous production methods for the collection of geodata have been established. The expansion of existing geodata is the new challenge of small and medium-sized enterprises and administrators working in this field. The laser data promise a great potential for directly detecting 3D changes. The goal of this project is to develop methods of expanding the scope of existing geodata based on ALS. Continuation requires a decision as to which data sets or parts of data sets (for example in DSM) are to be kept, removed or changed. Solutions for point-based and for object-based change detection and continuation of a geodata set collection in equal measure are to be found and tested for their applicability in use with large data sets. Color pictures or multi-spectral pictures that can be simultaneously recorded with new laser scanners are also to be taken into consideration when building models and with automated decision making.
Keywords Geoinformation, airborne laser scanning, continuation of existing geodata sets, change detection