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2013 Mission First Track, High-Definition Surveying - Mission First Reality by Roger Clarke
 

2013 Mission First Track, High-Definition Surveying - Mission First Reality by Roger Clarke

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This presentation showcases the 21st Civil Engineer Squadrons Engineering Support Office High-Definition Surveying™ (HDS™) capabilities that support Air Force GeoBase program objectives. The ...

This presentation showcases the 21st Civil Engineer Squadrons Engineering Support Office High-Definition Surveying™ (HDS™) capabilities that support Air Force GeoBase program objectives. The GeoBase program ensures the provision of and access to common, accurate and current geospatial information for all Air Force installations, ranges and property and consists of a Common Installation Picture and mission specific geospatial data: Mission Data Layers and Mission Data Sets. The use of High-Definition Surveying equipment has proven invaluable to the Engineering Support offices mission to maintain the installations Common Installation Picture and Mission Data Sets. This force-multiplier allows a single individual to capture millions of geo-referenced vector points in minutes with accuracies that exceed installation mapping requirements. This presentation will provide a field-to-finish perspective of the High-Definition Surveying operations performed by Engineering Support personnel at Peterson AFB.

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    2013 Mission First Track, High-Definition Surveying - Mission First Reality by Roger Clarke 2013 Mission First Track, High-Definition Surveying - Mission First Reality by Roger Clarke Presentation Transcript

    • The evolution of a vision HDS provides superior aircraft mishap survey support, expedient site planning, topography development, and enhanced force protection capabilities.
    • The Honeymoon! HDS georeferencing is accomplished from GPS Control Points onsite. The C10 ScanStation scans medium resolution (shown) in 7.5 minutes, image collection is the same for a total run time of 15 minutes. With a range of 1000’, Technicians can edit hundreds of features during a single editing session.
    • The 21st Engineering Support Office innovative pursuits now include High-Definition Surveying™ (HDS™) capabilities designed to increase productivity and accuracy for Common Installation Picture (CIP), Mission Data Sets (MDS), and Facility as-built updates. Equipment: Leica ScanStation C10 scanner - Compact, pulsed, dual-axis compensated, very high speed laser scanner, with survey-grade accuracy, range, and field-of-view; integrated camera and laser plummet. Accuracy of single measurement: Position: 6 mm Distance: 4 mm Angle (horizontal/vertical): 60 μrad / 60 μrad (12” / 12”); Modeled surface: 2 mm; Target acquisition: 2 mm std. Deviation Laser Scanning System Type: Pulsed; proprietary microchip; Color Green, wavelength = 532 nm; Laser Class 3R (IEC 60825-1); Range 300 m @ 90%; Scan rate Up to 50,000 points/sec, maximum Scan resolution Spot size: From 0 – 50 m: 4.5 mm (FWHH-based); 7 mm (Gaussian-based) Point spacing: Fully selectable horizontal and vertical; <1 mm minimum spacing, through full range; single point dwell capacity Field-of-View Horizontal: 360° (maximum); Vertical: 270° (maximum) Aiming/Sighting: Parallax-free, integrated zoom video Scanning Optics: Vertically rotating mirror on horizontally rotating base; Smart X-Mirror™ automatically spins or oscillates for minimum scan time Data storage capacity: 80 GB onboard solid-state drive (SSD) or external USB device Communications: Dynamic Internet Protocol (IP) Address, Ethernet or wireless LAN (WLAN) with external adapter Integrated color digital camera with zoom video: Single 17° x 17° image: 1920 x 1920 pixels (4 megapixels); Full 360° x 270° dome: 260 images; streaming video with zoom; auto-adjusts to ambient lighting Onboard display: Touchscreen control with stylus, full color graphic display, QVGA (320 x 240 pixels)
    • Facility As-built reconstruction Composite Facility High-Definition Model
    • Facility As-built reconstruction Main Hallway Interior facility scans provide asset inventory and composite floor plan updates.
    • Facility As-built reconstruction Mechanical Hallway
    • Common Installation Picture North Gate Reconstruction
    • Common Installation Picture North Gate Reconstruction
    • Common Installation Picture Curb and Gutter Data Collection
    • Common Installation Picture High-Definition Silhouette Building and Vegetation
    • Common Installation Picture Base Operations New ATFP project at Base Operations; notice the paver detail on the Compass Rose and Red Carpet! We performed 14 scans in this area to supplement CIP GPS surveys
    • Common Installation Picture Additional investigation provided updates to the building outline for Bldg 122
    • What you see you input! TruSpace pictures from Lieca Software. Scene can be referenced while digitizing for greater data population and awareness.
    • Two scans, millions of points!
    • Build it and we’ll capture it! Scanning project captures interior features prior to wall sheeting
    • The end of an era; we got this!
    • The end of an era; we got this! “The level of detail and visual representation exceeds our expectations every time!” “It’s truly a “What You See Is What You Get” capability that’s 100% credible!” The C10’s comprehensive vector and image capture operation was an invaluable asset during the Air Force Surveillance Site surveys accomplished in August 2011. The teams completed 80 scans at 10 sites across the southern United States “We’re able to go back to each site immediately and extract additional data from the scans right here in Colorado which is a huge benefit for our organization.”