SITEGI Project: Applying Geotechnologies to Road Inspection. Sensor Integration and software processing

Martínez-Sánchez, J.; Nogueira, M.; González-Jorge, H.; Solla, M.; Arias, P.

Infrastructure management represents a critical economic milestone. The current decision-making process in infrastructure rehabilitation is essentially based on qualitative parameters obtained from visual inspections and subject to the ability of technicians. In order to increase both efficiency and productivity in infrastructure management, this work addresses the integration of different instrumentation and sensors in a mobile mapping vehicle. This vehicle allows the continuous recording of quantitative data suitable for roadside inspection. The geometric integration and synchronization of these sensors is achieved through hardware and/or software strategies that permit the georeferencing of the data obtained with each sensor. In addition, a visualization software for simpler data management was implemented using Qt framework, PCL library and C++. As a result, the developed system supports the decision-making in road inspection, providing quantitative information suitable for sophisticated analysis systems.

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Martínez-Sánchez, J. / Nogueira, M. / González-Jorge, H. / et al: SITEGI Project: Applying Geotechnologies to Road Inspection. Sensor Integration and software processing. 2013. Copernicus Publications.

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