MOBILE LASER SCANNING IN HIGHLY URBANIZED AREA – A CASE STUDY IN SOFIA
Keywords: Cadastre, Total Station, Mobile Laser Scanning, 3D Modelling, Quality control
Abstract. The paper examines the possibility to create a three-dimensional model of cadastral objects – cadastral parcels and buildings, exploring different spatial data acquisition technologies. Four cadastral parcel and part of the buildings situated in them are selected for the range of the task. Self-contained objects located in buildings have not been examined. The objects are located on the territory of Lozenets District, Sofia, which is highly urbanized part of the capital. In order to create a three-dimensional model, classical land surveying measurements with a total station and mobile laser scanning were performed.
In addition, the acquired data is assessed. It is made by comparing measurements of the building to the measurements of the registered point cloud. The assessment results show that the mobile laser scanning technology is efficient to reproduce high quality and accurate data for existing building structures due to MLS advantages – the large range, high accuracy, fast data acquisition and high level of detail.
The paper is a part of Alexander Alexandrov master thesis.