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Liu, Yushan (author)
Historical aerial imagery serves as a valuable data source for observing Antarctica, facilitating an extended temporal scale of observation and enabling comparisons to deepen understanding of glacier dynamics. However, many historical aerial datasets, including the Antarctica Single Frames dataset utilized in this study, lack geo-referencing and...
master thesis 2024
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Mast, Anne (author)
Sand waves can have a significant impact on offshore activities, and with the global push for sustainability and more renewable energy sources, these negative impacts will become more prevalent. Sand waves in the North Sea have a height up to a couple of meters and a wavelength between 100 and 1000 meters. The migration or change in asymmetry of...
master thesis 2024
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Brandwijk, Marijn (author)
The TU Delft has acquired a UAV LiDAR system and can be used to acquire an 3D point cloud of the terrain below the system. It is of interest how such a flight mission would be best performed and what the corresponding quality would be. Current free software provided limited data quality estimation and mission planning support for the DJI Matrice...
master thesis 2023
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CHEN, Vincent (author)
Semantic segmentation, a task vital in the creation of 3D point cloud models for buildings, is aimed at assigning meaning to individual points. However, due to the vast volume of unstructured point cloud data, precise semantic segmentation remains challenging. Significant progress has been observed in recent years with the application of deep...
master thesis 2023
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CHEN, Vincent (author)
The 3D point cloud representation of building holds significant importance in developing a comprehensive smart city model. However, due to the substantial volume of point cloud data and its inherently unstructured nature, accomplishing semantic segmentation of the point cloud poses a formidable challenge. Recent years have witnessed substantial...
student report 2023
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Bos, Kirsten (author)
Unequal deformation of the soil can cause deformation or damage to buildings, like tilted facades or cracks in walls. This research investigates how deformation of a building can be analyzed using Light Detection And Ranging (LiDAR) data. Cyclomedia captures LiDAR data yearly in the Netherlands making it possible to analyze either one or...
master thesis 2023
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Guerra Medina, Daniel (author)
Coastal areas are appealing for human beings and are the most populated areas of the world. Therefore, coastal processes have large impacts on economy and on millions of people's lives. Not only processes such as erosion, extreme events, and flood events must be understood and monitored, but the uncertainty given by the rapid climate change on...
master thesis 2023
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Mulder, Casper (author)
Photogrammetry is a well-established technique that has a significant impact on the use of images for mapping purposes. Employing feature extraction, matching, and the bundle adjustment, a large number of images can be automatically processed. Ingenieursbureau Geodelta developed an application for measurements in processed (oblique) aerial...
master thesis 2023
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Xu, Zelin (author)
There are multiple types of objects distributed along the rail trackside to support the operation of railroads. Damage to those objects will result in delay and cancellation of trains. Therefore, the maintenance of the objects is important to ensure the safety of railway operations, and the key to maintenance is to know the accurate position of...
master thesis 2023
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MENG, YUQI (author)
Traditionally, archaeological investigations, especially archaeological remains detection, mostly depend on human observation. In order to find the objects in large areas, a lot of fieldwork has to be done and it takes a long time for archaeologists to travel around. Nowadays, the development of LIDAR provides accurate 3D geometric information,...
master thesis 2023
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Hulskemper, Daan (author)
The Earth's landscapes are shaped by processes eroding, transporting, and depositing material over various timespans and spatial scales. To understand these surface activities and mitigate potential hazards they inflict, knowledge is needed of their occurrences and properties. Near-continuous terrestrial laser scanning (TLS) enables the...
master thesis 2023
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de Boer, Adam (author)
The following report will enlighten to which extent LiDAR data could enhance land cover classification. It focuses on the area Lemps (26510) in Southwest France where a land cover classification was made using Sentinel-2 spectral images during the fieldwork. Using the additional LiDAR data, the focus shifts to distinguish coniferous and...
bachelor thesis 2023
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Meinderts, Jens (author)
The Dutch highway network contains more than 3.000 kilometers of roads. Along these roads are thousands of overhead objects such as viaducts and traffic sign gantries. It is essential to have recent and accurate data on the clearances under these objects. This data is important for maintenance and routing oversized transports. Obtaining...
master thesis 2023
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Frantzen, Paco (author)
Global climate change affects mountain regions such as the European Alps. Consequently, glacier extents decrease, and proglacial areas, the areas that recently lost their ice cover, increase in size. These proglacial areas are subject to a high frequency and magnitude of geomorphological activity and act as a sediment source for downstream...
master thesis 2022
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Nijensteen, Ilse (author)
The Catterline Bay, located in North East Scotland, is prone to erosion processes. Using Terrestrial Laser Scanning (TLS) two point clouds were obtained in 2019 and 2022 from this area of ca. 0.2 km<sup>2</sup>. Here, a methodology was proposed and tested to assess how erosion processes can be monitored from high resolution point clouds in small...
master thesis 2022
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Wierikx, Thomas (author)
Understanding the characteristics of photovoltaic system (PV) adopters can help policymakers realise energy transition more effectively. In this study, we developed a model that predicts PV adoption per building using geometric and socioeconomic variables. Seven geometric variables were created by processing building registration data, airborne...
master thesis 2022
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Emeis, Ruben (author)
As part of the Dutch sustainable landfill project iDS, two compartments of the Dutch landfill Wieringermeer have been treated by in-situ aeration since 2017. The chosen method of aeration is over-extraction, where suction pressure is created causing ambient air to intrude into the landfill. Aeration induces enhanced settlement due to the...
master thesis 2022
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Blokker, Goof (author)
In this thesis effective ways to segment trees from AHN4 will be studied. With the modern day focus on biodiversity, maintaining it or increasing it, a good knowledge of vegetation is especially vital. AHN4 is the fourth edition of a national point cloud covering the entire Netherlands. It is distributed with basic classification, but trees are...
master thesis 2022
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Kathmann, Harm (author)
Monitoring of the status of vegetation is required for nature conservation. However, doing this for large areas is a time intensive task. Now the use of aerial data from airplanes has made this task easier. However this data source is dependent on the weather conditions and permission to fly in the busy airspace above the Netherlands. An...
master thesis 2022
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Machielse, Marja (author)
There is a growing demand for detailed and accurate landslide maps and inventories worldwide. The mapping of landslides is essential for emergency response, disaster mitigation and a better understanding of landslides. Currently, it is still difficult to detect the timing and extent of landslides accurately through satellite imagery. Most often...
master thesis 2021
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