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26 July 2007 Automatic 3D power line reconstruction of multi-angular imaging power line inspection system
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We develop a multi-angular imaging power line inspection system. Its main objective is to monitor the relative distance between high voltage power line and around objects, and alert if the warning threshold is exceeded. Our multi-angular imaging power line inspection system generates DSM of the power line passage, which comprises ground surface and ground objects, for example trees and houses, etc. For the purpose of revealing the dangerous regions, where ground objects are too close to the power line, 3D power line information should be extracted at the same time. In order to improve the automation level of extraction, reduce labour costs and human errors, an automatic 3D power line reconstruction method is proposed and implemented. It can be achieved by using epipolar constraint and prior knowledge of pole tower's height. After that, the proper 3D power line information can be obtained by space intersection using found homologous projections. The flight experiment result shows that the proposed method can successfully reconstruct 3D power line, and the measurement accuracy of the relative distance satisfies the user requirement of 0.5m.
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Wuming Zhang, Guangjian Yan, Ning Wang, Qiaozhi Li, and Wei Zhao "Automatic 3D power line reconstruction of multi-angular imaging power line inspection system", Proc. SPIE 6752, Geoinformatics 2007: Remotely Sensed Data and Information, 67521P (26 July 2007); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.760699
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