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Jenolan Caves: 3D Data Collection
3D laser scan data of Jenolan Caves, NSW, Australia. Data were acquired using three 3D mobile mapping systems developed at CSIRO. The vast majority of the data was collected using the Zebedee 3D Mapping System, a handheld lidar system that generates maps from measurement collected as an operator holding the device traverses through the site. Other ... moredata were acquired from the bentwing 3D Aerial Mapping System, which has similar sensors to Zebedee mounted on a quadrotor MAV platform.
The primary representations provided are detailed 3D point cloud maps of the caves and the surface above them (approximately 2.3 billion points), as well as the trajectory estimate of the laser scanner as it was carried through the environment (approximately 28.4km over 22 hours of data collection). less
Geomorphology and Regolith and Landscape Evolution
Information and Computing Sciences not elsewhere classified
Pattern Recognition and Data Mining
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ANSTO (Australia), CSIRO (Australia)
Zlot, Robert; Bosse, Michael (2015): Jenolan Caves: 3D Data Collection. v1. CSIRO. Data Collection.
All Rights (including copyright) CSIRO Australia 2015.
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Development and application of 3D Simultaneous Localization and Mapping (SLAM) technology.
Zebedee Cave Survey
3D laser scanning of natural caves with the Zebedee 3D Mapping System.
Zebedee 3D Mapping System
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