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Examples of Measuring Marks Used in Geo-Reference and the Connection between Classic Geodetic Measurements and Terrestrial Laser Scanning

Published Online: 16 May 2020
Volume & Issue: Volume 115 (2018) - Issue 1 (January 2018)
Page range: 151 - 162
Received: 04 Jan 2018
Journal Details
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2353-737X
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1 time per year
Languages
English
Abstract

In the era of the development of modern measurement technologies, their interconnectedness is of high importance. This paper presents a review of the most popular, currently utilised measuring marks in tachymetric measurements and in object laser scanning. This paper presents the authors’ own solutions that facilitate the linkage of data acquired through terrestrial laser scanning with tachymetric measurements. The proposed marks used to perform orientation on the scanned surfaces were successfully tested in the field with the use of laser scanners manufactured by the Z+F, Leica and Riegl companies. The document describes the consecutive steps that eliminate individual problems that arise during both tachymetric measurements and laser scanning. As a result of the work, a new kinds of marks were created allowing tachymetric measurements and laser scanning at the level of accuracy that is required for basic engineering measurements. This paper also presents a discussion on how to prepare the marks yourselves and the marks durability on the surface of the surveyed object.

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