Int. Arch. Photogramm. Remote Sens. Spatial Inf. Sci., XLII-1/W1, 519-526, 2017
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31 May 2017
I. Toschi1, M. M. Ramos1, E. Nocerino1, F. Menna1, F. Remondino1, K. Moe2, D. Poli2, K. Legat3, and F. Fassi4 13D Optical Metrology (3DOM) unit, Bruno Kessler Foundation (FBK), Trento, Italy
2Terra Messflug GmbH, Eichenweg 42, 6460 Imst, Austria
3Vermessung AVT ZT GmbH, Eichenweg 42, 6460 Austria
4Politecnico di Milano – Dept. ABC (Architecture, Built environment and Construction engineering), Milan, Italy
Keywords: oblique photogrammetry, 3D city model, building model, segmentation, classification, urban scene, mobile mapping Abstract. Accurate 3D city models represent an important source of geospatial information to support various “smart city” applications, such as space management, energy assessment, 3D cartography, noise and pollution mapping as well as disaster management. Even though remarkable progress has been made in recent years, there are still many open issues, especially when it comes to the 3D modelling of complex urban scenarios like historical and densely-built city centres featuring narrow streets and non-conventional building shapes. Most approaches introduce strong building priors/constraints on symmetry and roof typology that penalize urban environments having high variations of roof shapes. Furthermore, although oblique photogrammetry is rapidly maturing, the use of slanted views for façade reconstruction is not completely included in the reconstruction pipeline of state-of-the-art software. This paper aims to investigate state-of-the-art methods for 3D building modelling in complex urban scenarios with the support of oblique airborne images. A reconstruction approach based on roof primitives fitting is tested. Oblique imagery is then exploited to support the manual editing of the generated building models. At the same time, mobile mapping data are collected at cm resolution and then integrated with the aerial ones. All approaches are tested on the historical city centre of Bergamo (Italy).
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Citation: Toschi, I., Ramos, M. M., Nocerino, E., Menna, F., Remondino, F., Moe, K., Poli, D., Legat, K., and Fassi, F.: OBLIQUE PHOTOGRAMMETRY SUPPORTING 3D URBAN RECONSTRUCTION OF COMPLEX SCENARIOS, Int. Arch. Photogramm. Remote Sens. Spatial Inf. Sci., XLII-1/W1, 519-526,, 2017.

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