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A Basic Study on Data Structure and Process of Point Cloud based on Terrestrial LiDAR for Guideline of Reverse Engineering of Architectural MEP
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A Basic Study on Data Structure and Process of Point Cloud based on Terrestrial LiDAR for Guideline of Reverse Engineering of Architectural MEP
Kim, Ji-Eun; Park, Sang-Chul; Kang, Tae-Wook;
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Recently adoption of BIM technology for building renovation and remodeling has been increased in construction industry. However most buildings have trouble in 2D drawing-based BIM modeling, because 2D drawings have not been updated real situations continually. Applying reverse engineering, this study analysed the point cloud data structure and the process for guideline of reverse engineering of architectural MEP, and deducted the relating considerations. To active usage of 3D scanning technique in domestic, the objective of this study is to analyze the point cloud data processing from real site with terrestrial LiDAR and the process from data gathering to data acquisition.
Architectural MEP;Point Cloud;Reverse Engineering;Terrestrial LiDAR;3D Scanning;
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