Determination of horizontal geodetic control networks for engineering objects using optoelectronic techniques

Kazimierz Ćmielewski, Janusz Kuchmister, Piotr Gołuch, Izabela Wilczyńska, Krzysztof Kowalski

Abstract


The correctness of the geodetic service of an engineering object not seldom requires designing, alignment or renewing of geodetic situational control points. Building robots often cause that fixed situational control points are partly or completely inaccessible. For setting the position of these control points, there is worked out the methodology using the optoelectronic method. The prepared set of tools realizes the method’s assumptions and enables to determine the sides and control points based on the set of laser planes. In this article there is presented the innovative set of geodetic equipment for fixing horizontal control points. The presented set has been experimentally tested under laboratory conditions taking its functionality, operation range and applied accuracy into account. The measurement accuracy of the set of tools, resulting from identification of the energetic centres of laser planes’ edges, visualizing the sides of geodetic control networks, is within the range of ±0.02mm - ±0.05mm.There were also discussed exemplary versions of shapes and structures of horizontal geodetic control networks (regular and irregular), which are possible to be fixed with the use of the constructed set of tools.


Keywords


engineering geodesy; geodesy in industry; laser planes’ edges network; CCD camera

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2478/rgg-2015-0004

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