Title: 3D Reconstruction in Nuclear Security
Authors: BOSTROEM GUNNARFIOCCO MARCOGONCALVES JOAOPUIG ALCORIZA DAVIDSEQUEIRA VITORCHARTIER BernardKIESSER RichardMARIOTTE FredericRICHARD MichelZAMORA Patrick
Citation: ESARDA Bulletin no. 38 p. 17-24
Publisher: OPOCE
Publication Year: 2008
JRC N°: JRC46275
ISSN: 0392-3029
URI: http://publications.jrc.ec.europa.eu/repository/handle/JRC46275
Type: Articles in Journals
Abstract: Accurate modelling is gaining increasing importance in security applications. Indeed, realistic and dimensionally accurate models of critical areas can be used for prevention and simulation exercises as well as for planning emergency responses once an attack is perpetrated. CEA-DAM and EC-JRC engaged in a joint exercise involving the simulation of a terrorist attack in an urban area with possible release of radiological substances. JRC was responsible for creating a dimensionally accurate (centimetre accuracy) 3D model from the urban area "as-is" before and after the attack. Further tests involved the automatic 3D detection of changes in both indoors and outdoors environments. The paper describes the principles and technologies behind the generation of photo-realistic and accurate 3D models of wide areas "as-is", and will discuss the use of those technologies for nuclear security applications.
JRC Institute:Institute for the Protection and Security of the Citizen

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