Under the LEADER + Puglia 2000/2006 project, the Community Initiative Programme aimed to promote the integrated, endogenous and sustainable development of rural areas and enhancement of specific experiences with the external territories, it has been conducted a terrestrial LiDAR survey of a protohistoric settlement dating from the period between the Bronze Age to the Iron age (XVIII-VIII century BC.). The possibility to exploit, and make available at the same time, this very perishable settlement (sandy site) took a survey of high detail aimed to the realization of a copy of the excavation to be placed in situ. Given the complexity, for some areas, such as the furnace, it was necessary an integration of LiDAR data with those from photogrammetric technique. The integrated survey allowed to return a 3D numerical model aimed at the next step of prototyping in 1:1 scale.
|Titolo:||Laser scanner survey of an archaeological site – Scala di Furno (Lecce, Italy)|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2010|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|