Airborne LIDAR remote sensing techniques for monitor 3D industrial cities

Airborne LIDAR (Light Detection and Ranging), is an active remote sensing method that uses light in the form of a pulsed laser to measure ranges (variable distances) to the Earth. These light pulses, combined with other data recorded by the airborne system, generate reliable and precise three-dimensional (3D) information, in terms of point…

3D reconstruction of complex urban scenes using aerial imagery

The constant technological evolution in Computer Vision enabled the development of new techniques which in conjunction with the use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) may extract high quality photogrammetric products for several applications. Dense Image Matching (DIM) is a Computer Vision technique that can generate a dense 3D point cloud…

Successful Commercial projects

  2010 : Hexagon Geospatial Lab Software Sale for OTE group 2011 : Dadia Forest Natura Area Fire Disaster Mapping using VHR Satellite Imagery Coverage for WWF 2011: DTM country coverage for Protergia 2012 : Smartplant for the coal mine of Megalopolis 2012 : Apollo WMS, WFS, WPS for the…

5DMuPLIS, 5 Dimensional Multi-Purpose Land Information System

The complexity of modern urban environment requires the ability to handle a great number of various types of data “spatially”-with spatial reference and topological structure. Public demand for good urban governance (related to economy, environment, and/or so-cial issues) and efficiency improvement has brought the need for more sophisticated Sys-tems; as…

INDES-MUSA

Integrated monitoring solutions constitute a prerequisite towards risk mitigation and urban planning policies against soil subsidence and seismic motion, providing valuable knowledge and data for investigating the corresponding physical mechanisms. The above concept lies between the main framework of actions of INDES-MUSA project aiming at the deployment of an innovative…