The paper describes the results of photogrammetric survey of Ponte Rotto (literally, Broken Bridge), a Roman bridge on the ancient Appia way close to Benevento (southern Italy). The photogrammetric survey was carried out by means of a DJI Phantom 4 with a 12 Mpixel camera. One nadir and two side flights allowed obtaining 273 images and placing 6 Ground Control Points. A 3D model with a 8 millions points cloud was constructed (average error < 4 cm and Ground Simple Distance < 7 mm). The extrapolated ortho-photos were used for quantitative evaluation of lithotypes and damage diagnosis performed by Fitzner and Heinrichs method.
|Titolo:||PHOTOGRAMMETRY FOR ARCHAEOLOGICAL 3D SURVEYING: THE CASE-STUDY OF PONTE ROTTO ALONG THE ANCIENT APPIA (BENEVENTO, ITALY)|
LIMONGIELLO, MARCO (Corresponding)
|Data di pubblicazione:||2018|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||4.3 Poster|