UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLE PLATFORM AND RELEVANT SENSORS FOR 3D STEEL ROOF STRUCTURE MODELLING

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Sanja Tucikešić
Kornelija Ristić
Ankica Milinković

Abstract

Over time, the definition of geodesy has been changed, mainly as a consequence of technological development allowing geodesy to observe the Earth on global and local scales with the tendency of achieving a higher accuracy. Example of such technological achievement are autonomous intelligent platforms which gain more and more importance in geodesy, respectively in aerophotogrametry, since large number of structures is settled in a very specific terrain conditions, surrounded by high buildings and structures located in the each other’s vicinity. The main objective of this paper is production of the most accurate 3D model of steel components of the Macedonian Philharmonic hall roof structure by applying autonomous intelligent platform, whereby 3D model is to be used for collection of information for the purpose of designing aluminium plates and points where such plates are to be connected to the structure. This paper presents methodology through the following steps: introduction into a new approach of aerophotogrametry using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, preliminary field works, aerial recording and data processing for the purpose of obtaining 3D model of the Macedonian Philharmonic hall roof structure steel components.

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