Časopis Saveza udruženja građana geodetske struke u Bosni i Hercegovini

Journal of the Union of Associations of Geodetic Professionals in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Prvi štampani broj časopisa objavljen je 1967. godine. Elektronsko izdanje časopisa objavljuje se na internetu od 2011. godine.

 

The first printed issue of the journal was published in 1967. Electronic edition of the journal is published on the internet since 2011.

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GEODETSKI GLASNIK Volume 51 Issue 48 (December 2017)

 

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Author(s):

Mirnes Bojić

BNpro doo Sarajevo

Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

E-mail adress: mirnes@bnpro.ba

 

Dušan Kogoj

Faculty of Civil and Geodetic Engineering, University of Ljubljana

Ljubljana, Slovenia

E-mail adress: dusan.kogoj@fgg.uni-lj.si

 

 

 

CALIBRATION OF TERRESTRIAL LASER SCANNER

 

Mirnes Bojić, Dušan Kogoj

 

 

Abstract:

Terrestrial laser scanning is very powerful and advanced geodetic surveying technique, which has lately made significant progress in its development and improvement. For results of laser scanning to be accurate and reliable, beside the list of other conditions, it is necessary to have calibrated laser scanner. Calibration of laser scanner is very important element of the whole laser scanning process and it is necessary to give this element special attention. In this paper authors try to describe different procedures of calibration of terrestrial laser scanners.

 

 

Keywords:

terrestrial laser scanner, calibration of TLS, self-calibration of TLS, components calibration of TLS

 

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  8. Wunderlich, T., Wasmeier, P., Ohlmann-Lauber, J., Schäfer, T., Reidl, F. (2013). Objective Specifications of Terrestrial Laserscanners – A Contribution of the Geodetic Laboratory at the Technische Universität München. Technische Universität München, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Surveying, Institute of Geodesy, GIS and Land Management, Chair of Geodesy. Retrieved from https://mediatum.ub.tum.de/doc/1188549/document.pdf

 

UDK 681.783:528.5-187

 

Article Type:

Review article

 

pp. 50-73

 

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