CLOSE-RANGE PHOTOGRAMMETRY METHOD FOR SF6 GAS INSULATED LINE (GIL) DEFORMATION MONITORING
- 13D Modelling and Information System, Remote Sensing and GIS Research Group, Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia
- 2Université de Strasbourg, INSA Strasbourg, CNRS, ICube Laboratory UMR 7357, Photogrammetry and Geomatics Group, 67000 Strasbourg, France
- 3Geodesy Research Group, Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia
Keywords: close-range photogrammetry, deformation, monitoring, metrology, Gas Insulated Line (GIL)
Abstract. Close-Range Photogrammetry (CRP) technology advanced rapidly along with the development of camera sensors. CRP has many advantages over other methods in terms of technical data acquisition, product quality, and cost. Because of these advantages, the CRP method can be used in various applications. In this study, the CRP method is used to monitor the deformation of the SF6 Gas Insulated Line (GIL) object between two substations of the Indonesian National Electricity Service in Kuningan Barat, South Jakarta. Planning was carried out with a simulation using 3D field data obtained from reconnaissance process. During the survey, photo data was collected using a smartphone and processed to form a 3D model. The simulation produced a configuration of control points, check points, and camera stations that have the best Strength of Figure (SoF) values. In the planning process, camera pre-calibration is carried out to get the best camera orientation parameter values from several experiments. The planning results are used in the next stage, namely field data acquisition and data processing. The data acquisition process was carried out for two sessions. This is done to see the changes in coordinates that occur between these sessions. Data processing was carried out by following the classical photogrammetric stages. The results obtained from this study are the average accuracy produced by Close-Range Photogrammetry method for measuring deformation which is below a tolerance of 3 mm. With this method, deformation measurements can be carried out quickly, accurately, and at a relatively lower cost than other observation methods.