The project is part of the wider application and subsequent spread of innovative digital technologies involving robotic systems. Modern society needs knowledge and investigation of the environment and of the related built landscape; therefore it increasingly requires new types of information. The goal can be achieved through the innovative integration of methods to set new analysis strategies for the knowledge of the built heritage and cultural landscape. The experimental cooperation between different disciplines and the related tools and techniques, which this work suggests for the analysis of the architectural heritage and the historical territory, are the following: - 3D metric survey techniques with active and passive sensors - the latter operating in both terrestrial mode and by aerial point of view. In some circumstances, beyond the use of terrestrial LiDAR, even the newest mobile mapping system using SLAM technology (simultaneous localization and mapping) has been tested. - Techniques of non-destructive investigation, such as geophysical analysis of the subsoil and built structures, in particular GPR (Ground Penetrating Radar) techniques. - Historic and stratigraphic surveys carried out primarily through the study and interpretation of documentary sources, cartography and historical iconography, closely related to the existing data or latent material. The experience through the application of these techniques of investigation connected to the built spaces and to the manmade environments has been achieved with the aim of improving the ability to analyse the occurred transformations/layers over time and no longer directly readable or interpretable on manufactured evidence.

THE 4DILAN PROJECT (4TH DIMENSION IN LANDSCAPE AND ARTIFACTS ANALYSES) / Chiabrando, Filiberto; Naretto, Monica; Sammartano, Giulia; Sambuelli, Luigi; Spano', Antonia Teresa; TEPPATI LOSE', Lorenzo. - In: INTERNATIONAL ARCHIVES OF THE PHOTOGRAMMETRY, REMOTE SENSING AND SPATIAL INFORMATION SCIENCES. - ISSN 2194-9034. - STAMPA. - XLII-5/W1:(2017), pp. 227-234. [10.5194/isprs-archives-XLII-5-W1-227-2017]

THE 4DILAN PROJECT (4TH DIMENSION IN LANDSCAPE AND ARTIFACTS ANALYSES)

CHIABRANDO, FILIBERTO;NARETTO, MONICA;SAMMARTANO, GIULIA;SAMBUELLI, Luigi;SPANO', Antonia Teresa;TEPPATI LOSE', LORENZO
2017

Abstract

The project is part of the wider application and subsequent spread of innovative digital technologies involving robotic systems. Modern society needs knowledge and investigation of the environment and of the related built landscape; therefore it increasingly requires new types of information. The goal can be achieved through the innovative integration of methods to set new analysis strategies for the knowledge of the built heritage and cultural landscape. The experimental cooperation between different disciplines and the related tools and techniques, which this work suggests for the analysis of the architectural heritage and the historical territory, are the following: - 3D metric survey techniques with active and passive sensors - the latter operating in both terrestrial mode and by aerial point of view. In some circumstances, beyond the use of terrestrial LiDAR, even the newest mobile mapping system using SLAM technology (simultaneous localization and mapping) has been tested. - Techniques of non-destructive investigation, such as geophysical analysis of the subsoil and built structures, in particular GPR (Ground Penetrating Radar) techniques. - Historic and stratigraphic surveys carried out primarily through the study and interpretation of documentary sources, cartography and historical iconography, closely related to the existing data or latent material. The experience through the application of these techniques of investigation connected to the built spaces and to the manmade environments has been achieved with the aim of improving the ability to analyse the occurred transformations/layers over time and no longer directly readable or interpretable on manufactured evidence.
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