Research on Key Graphic Methods of Representing Optically Measured Results in Architectural Heritage Surveying

Optical measurement technologies refer to laser scanning and photogrammetry which output point cloud and raster imagery. CAD-based method is not sufficient to represent such data in terms of accuracy and richness. The essence is drawing method lags behind  measuring technologies. The project addresses this problem by integrating BIM-GIS-CAD with reference to various levels of surveying hierachy.


Duration: 2018-2020

Funded by: National Natural Science Foundation of China

Relevant publications:

Sun, Z.; Zhang, Y. Using Drones and 3D Modeling to Survey Tibetan Architectural Heritage: A Case Study with the Multi-Door Stupa. Sustainability 2018, 10, 2259.

Zhang Yingying, Zhang Hong, Sun Zheng, Effects of Urban Growth on Architectural Heritage: The Case of Buddhist Monasteries in the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau[J]. Sustainability, 2018[10], 1593; doi:10.3390/su10051593