Overview of bridging structures, bridges; highway pillar overview

  • Žiče
  • June 2014

Using a helicopter, we surveyed a highway pillar in the vicinity of Žiče and created a 3D model of the pillar, along with an orthophoto map for each of the pillar's sides. The pillar measured a bit over 45 metros in height, while the helicopter flew unaided by GPS, as we were flying under the highway construction. The calculated data enables us to map the cracks and the damage, and to evaluate the renovation costs. The model is topologically precise and enables measurements between random elements. 

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