Advanced 3D survey technologies, such as Digital Photogrammetry and Laser Scanner, are nowadays widely used in several fields such as Cultural Heritage and Archaeology, allowing to obtain detailed 3D textured models in a fast way for different purposes. These technologies are usually employed to perform single individual surveys but they have rarely been considered for continuous surveys like being part of a “production line”. The construction of the new “Municipio” underground station in Naples, due to its position in one of the historical area of the city, coexists with the archaeological excavations and is strictly tied to their evolution. With such surveys, the need to reduce as much as possible time to build a public infrastructure, with the one to produce accurate documentation of what is considered archaeologically important are combined.

3D survey technologies applied to the archaeology for the new "Municipio" underground station in Naples. Proceeding of 1st International Conference on Metrology for Archaeology

ACHILLE, CRISTIANA;ACKERMANN, SEBASTIANO;FASSI, FRANCESCO;FREGONESE, LUIGI;NOBILE, ALESSIA
2015

Abstract

Advanced 3D survey technologies, such as Digital Photogrammetry and Laser Scanner, are nowadays widely used in several fields such as Cultural Heritage and Archaeology, allowing to obtain detailed 3D textured models in a fast way for different purposes. These technologies are usually employed to perform single individual surveys but they have rarely been considered for continuous surveys like being part of a “production line”. The construction of the new “Municipio” underground station in Naples, due to its position in one of the historical area of the city, coexists with the archaeological excavations and is strictly tied to their evolution. With such surveys, the need to reduce as much as possible time to build a public infrastructure, with the one to produce accurate documentation of what is considered archaeologically important are combined.
Proceeding of 1st International Conference on Metrology for Archaeology
978-88-940453-3-8
Archaeology, Photogrammetry, laser scanner, 3D-models
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