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Underwater Multimodal Survey: Merging Optical and Acoustic Data

Abstract : ROV 3D project aims at developing innovative tools which link underwater photogrammetry and acoustic measurements from an active underwater sensor. The results will be 3D high resolution surveys of underwater sites and landscapes useful to keep in memory cultural and natural heritage. The new means and methods developed aim at reducing the investigation time in situ, and proposing comprehensive and non-intrusive measurement tools for the studied environment. In this paper, we are presenting a new method of 3D surveys which are dedicated to high resolution modeling of underwater sites. The main met constraints in situ are taken into account and this method leads to a precise 3D reconstruction. Some examples will present both the main obtained results and their limitations. We will end with the perspectives and the necessary improvements to the method, so as to automate the multimodal registration step.
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Pierre Drap, Djamal Merad, Jean-Marc Boi, Amine Mahiddine, Daniela Peloso, et al.. Underwater Multimodal Survey: Merging Optical and Acoustic Data. Olivier Musard, Laurence Le Dû-Blayo, Patrice Francour, Jean-Pierre Beurier, Eric Feunteun, Luc Talassinos. Underwater Seascapes, Springer, pp.221-238, 2014, ⟨10.1007/978-3-319-03440-9_14⟩. ⟨hal-01488006⟩



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