System model for spatial mapping of anthropogenic sinkholes and subsidence basins in mining areas applying 2D laser scanner technique
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Original versionE3S Web of Conferences. 2019, 106 . 10.1051/e3sconf/201910601007
The model of a remote measurement system suitable for use on mobile unmanned aerial platforms is discussed in order to provide data for mapping spatial parameters of anthropogenic landscape forms, mainly outcrops, sinkholes, subsidence basins around urbanized industrial areas, especially those covered by past and ongoing mining activities. The results of the tests carried out with the use of a prototype model of such system are presented. These show that for the model forming small depression in terrain, its visualization was possible enabling obtaining its true geometrical characteristics.