Building and construction surveying with laser scanning technology

| June 12, 2018

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For humans, a lively street is like a very busy picture: cars, signs, trees, people, and buildings, often one in front of the other. The brain is able to classify and pinpoint these objects effortlessly. But when an attempt is made to automate this process, it becomes clear how truly complex it is. As part of a research project, Fraunhofer IPM developed algorithms for the automatic identification and classification of objects on the road, with artificial neural networks forming the basis for pattern recognition.

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