COMBINATION OF THE PHOTOGRAMMETRIC AND MICROWAVE REMOTE SENSING FOR CULTURAL HERITAGE DOCUMENTATION AND PRESERVATION – PRELIMINARY RESULTS
- 1Built Environment and Sustainable Technologies (BEST) Research Institute, Liverpool John Moores University, L3 3AF, Liverpool, UK
- 2Faculty of Geodesy and Cartography, Warsaw University of Technology, Warsaw, Poland
- 3Documentation and Digitalization Department, Museum of King Jan III’s Palace at Wilanów, Wilanów, Poland
- 4College of Engineering, University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
Keywords: Cultural Heritage, Electromagnetic Sensor, Remote Sensing, Surveying Device, Structural Health monitoring
Abstract. Nowadays, cultural heritage is an integral part of modern societies and it is necessary to preserve the tangible and intangible evidences of the past. Cultural heritage objects and sites are being devastated by natural causes and human acts. There are many existing techniques for structural health monitoring, but in the cultural heritage area, there is a need for a non-destructive measurements. The main advantages and drawbacks of some of these technologies have been presented for both laser scanner and photogrammetry techniques. The aim of this article is to present the integration of existing methods for spatial documentation (classical surveying, laser scanner, photogrammetry) and structures health monitoring using electromagnetic spectroscopy. The multi-sensor platform was developed to characterise and analyse various building materials such as marble, sandstone and bricks. The spatial techniques were used for generation of architectural documentation and geolocalisation of the multi-sensor platform. The preliminary results demonstrated that the proposed technology enables commonly used image and rage-based surface measurements as well as measurements through the entire structure for more detailed analysis.