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Development, Calibration and Evaluation of a Portable and Direct Georeferenced Laser Scanning System for Kinematic 3D Mapping
In recent years, kinematic laser scanning has become increasingly popular because it offers many benefits compared to static laser scanning. The advantages include both saving of time in the georeferencing and a more ...
Analysis of Different Reference Plane Setups for the Calibration of a Mobile Laser Scanning System
The discipline of engineering geodesy is currently subject to a paradigmatic change because the measuring of carefully selected single points is progressively replaced by an area-based acquisition of structures in form of ...
Direct Georeferencing for Portable Mapping Systems: In the Air and on the Ground
During the last few years, the acquisition of geometric information about objects by using a moving sensor platform has gained increasing popularity in the surveying community. A large number of companies offer vehicle-based ...
Accurate georeferencing of TLS point clouds with short GNSS observation durations even under challenging measurement conditions
The accuracy of georeferenced TLS point clouds is directly influenced by site-dependent GNSS effects, deteriorating the accuracy of the ground control point coordinate estimation. Especially under challenging GNSS ...
Magnetic Field Sensor Calibration for Attitude Determination
The presented work aims to give an overview of different calibration methods for magnetic field sensors, which are used for attitude determination. These methods are applicable in the field without any additional equipment. ...