Int. Arch. Photogramm. Remote Sens. Spatial Inf. Sci., XXXIX-B5, 297-302, 2012
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doi:10.5194/isprsarchives-XXXIX-B5-297-2012
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28 Jul 2012
A NOVEL IMAGE ACQUISITION AND PROCESSING PROCEDURE FOR FAST TUNNEL DSM PRODUCTION
R. Roncella, G. Umili, and G. Forlani DICATeA, University of Parma, 43124 Parma, Italy
Keywords: DEM/DTM, Restitution, Automation, Orthoimage, Close Range, Photogrammetry Abstract. In mining operations the evaluation of the stability condition of the excavated front are critic to ensure a safe and correct planning of the subsequent activities. The procedure currently used to this aim has some shortcomings: safety for the geologist, completeness of data collection and objective documentation of the results. In the last decade it has been shown that the geostructural parameters necessary to the stability analysis can be derived from high resolution digital surface models (DSM) of rock faces. With the objective to overcome the limitation of the traditional survey and to minimize data capture times, so reducing delays on mining site operations, a photogrammetric system to generate high resolution DSM of tunnels has been realized. A fast, effective and complete data capture method has been developed and the orientation and restitution phases have been largely automated. The survey operations take no more than required to the traditional ones; no additional topographic measurements other than those available are required. To make the data processing fast and economic our Structure from Motion procedure has been slightly modified to adapt to the peculiar block geometry while, the DSM of the tunnel is created using automatic image correlation techniques. The geomechanical data are sampled on the DSM, by using the acquired images in a GUI and a segmentation procedure to select discontinuity planes. To allow an easier and faster identification of relevant features of the surface of the tunnel, using again an automatic procedure, an orthophoto of the tunnel is produced. A case study where a tunnel section of ca. 130 m has been surveyed is presented.
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Citation: Roncella, R., Umili, G., and Forlani, G.: A NOVEL IMAGE ACQUISITION AND PROCESSING PROCEDURE FOR FAST TUNNEL DSM PRODUCTION, Int. Arch. Photogramm. Remote Sens. Spatial Inf. Sci., XXXIX-B5, 297-302, doi:10.5194/isprsarchives-XXXIX-B5-297-2012, 2012.

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