GEOmedia 2022-12-02T19:13:30+01:00 Renzo Carlucci Open Journal Systems <p>Rivista italiana di geomatica e geografia intelligente.</p><p><em>GEOmedia</em><span> è la prima rivista italiana di </span>geomatica a carattere scientifico-divulgativo<span>. Da quasi 20 anni pubblica argomenti collegati alle tecnologie dei processi di acquisizione, analisi e interpretazione dei dati, in particolare strumentali, relativi alla superficie terrestre. In questo settore GEOmedia affronta temi culturali e tecnologici per l'operatività degli addetti ai settori dei sistemi informativi geografici e del </span>catasto<span>, della </span>fotogrammetria<span> e cartografia, della geodesia e topografia, del </span>telerilevamento <span>aereo e spaziale, con un approccio tecnico-scientifico e divulgativo.</span></p> IN VOLO SUL TEVERE DA STIMIGLIANO A PONTE DEL GRILLO: “IL RITRATTO DEL TERRENO” DAL PALLONE (1908) 2022-12-02T19:01:06+01:00 Laura Castrianni <p>The paper describes time, modes and techniques of realization in 1908 of a photomosaic, from balloon, of a section of the course of the Tiber river. The photomosaic was carried out by the Brigata Mista Specialisti of Genio Militare headed by Captain Cesare Tardivo, on order of the Genio Civile, as part of a navigation project of the Tiber river from the sea to Orte. The pioneering photomosaic, regarding the 50 km section from Ponte del Grillo to Stimigliano, is kept at the photographic archive of the Aerofototeca Nazionale - ICCD, and it is the first application of the new tecnique called topophotograpy in the civil field: presented as the "true portrait of the terrain" at the main international conferences of the time, earned Italy an undisputed leading place in the field of aerial photography and photogrammetry.</p> 2022-12-02T00:00:00+01:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Multispectral satellite images to support the CIM (City Information Modeling) implementation 2022-12-02T18:50:55+01:00 Donatella Dominici Maria Alicandro Donato Di Ludovico Nicole Pascucci Sara Zollini <p>This work shows the processing of additional information using high and medium-resolution multispectral satellite<br>images. The new information obtained from specific spectral indices will converge with the data obtained from<br>official sources in a single database, thus constituting a real parametric model of the city under study. An extended model<br>of urban planning called “CIM” (City Information Modeling) will be developed, to which it is possible to associate<br>information of different nature, which helps to monitor and manage the city.</p> 2022-12-02T00:00:00+01:00 Copyright (c) 2022 INTERVISTA A MARCO NISI 2022-12-02T18:33:06+01:00 Redazione MediaGEO <p>We interviewed Marco Nisi, Aerospace Engineer currently employed as a consultant for project management activities coordinating European consortia with a main focus on satellite communication (SATCOM) and navigation (NAVCOM) applied to the energy, security, aeronautics and maritime sectors.</p> 2022-12-02T00:00:00+01:00 Copyright (c) 2022 SLAM-to-BIM con Stonex X120GO 2022-12-02T18:23:54+01:00 Chiara Ponti <p>The digitalisation of the building process is increasingly present on the world scene. The methodology that leads to 3D models of construction projects and buildings is called BIM (Building Information Modelling). This methodology has the great advantage of associating different types of information (spatial, temporal, structural, etc.) with the three-dimensional model, thus making it possible to create an information system that can be shared between the various stakeholders involved in the design and construction process of a building. The BIM model also becomes the basis for the development of the so-called Digital Twins, models that integrate information on the use of the building over time and provide important analysis tools for maintenance planning.<br />The surveying methodologies for the creation of BIM most widely used today are photogrammetry and laser scanner surveying. In both cases, the product of the survey are point clouds, i.e. sets of measured points that contain information on the position of the surveyed elements and possibly their colour. Point clouds are an extremely suitable product for BIM, as they are already three-dimensional and can be queried.<br />However, in the case of large buildings or environments with special features, surveys with traditional static lasers (on tripods) can require long time.<br />For this reason, in recent years, the world of topographic surveying has adopted innovative instruments that allow data to be acquired in motion, thus reducing scanning and processing times, the SLAM laser scanners. Stonex has developed a solution that combines precise sensors with a robust SLAM algorithm to produce clean, and accurate point clouds easily usable for BIM creation: the new SLAM X120GO laser scanner.<br />This system features a 360° rotating LiDAR head capable of generating a point cloud coverage of 360° x 270°. In combination with IMU data and the SLAM algorithm, it is able to obtain high-precision threedimensional point cloud data of the surrounding environment without light and GPS. Equipped with three 5MP cameras to generate a horizontal 200°FOV and vertical 100°FOV, it can synchronously obtain texture information and produce colour point clouds and partial panoramic images. Both features are very useful in the BIM authoring phase.<br />With a range of 120 m, the X120GO is suitable for working both indoors and outdoors, even in challenging environments, allowing the survey of an entire building to be completed with a single instrument.<br />The X120GO has an integrated structure that makes it easy to move around the scanning environment. Thanks to the GOapp Android application, you can manage the scanner and observe the creation of the point cloud in real time. Once the start button is pressed, the X120GO can begin operations immediately, making data acquisition efficient and convenient.<br />During data acquisition, the X120GO is also able to collect control point coordinates, which can then be combined with known points to georeference scans.</p> 2022-12-02T00:00:00+01:00 Copyright (c) 2022 MOBILITÀ AUTONOMA SENZA CONDUCENTE 2022-12-02T18:56:40+01:00 Valerio Zunino <p>Accompagnata da una delle sue inseparabili caratteristiche, quella di operare sempre un po' sottotraccia anche ove individuata quale supporto necessario e fondamentale a servizi di pubblica e primaria utilità, la cartografia sta oggi conoscendo uno step evolutivo importante, dal momento in cui i grandi player della navigazione per auto e - un po' più defilate - le solite Big Tech, hanno manifestato (come al solito soltanto i primi in modalità esplicita) quei progetti che discendono dall'ambizione che è causa delle loro nuove sfide di mercato.</p> 2022-12-02T00:00:00+01:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Il futuro del BIM nella visione di ACCA software 2022-12-02T18:43:19+01:00 Redazione MediaGEO <p>Interview with Eng. Nicola Furcolo, responsible of the ACCA software communication, Chief Editor of BibLus-net, BibLus-BIM..</p> 2022-12-02T00:00:00+01:00 Copyright (c) 2022 La cattura della realtà coinvolge tutti gli operatori nell’edilizia 2022-12-02T18:28:20+01:00 Teorema Milano <p>Teorema has been dealing for years with the offer of instruments for 3D digitization of buildings and environments, which are increasingly in demand as technological evolution advances. In this article, it is highlighted the importance<br>of Reality Capture in the construction world, connecting several professionals involved in the construction process.<br>This technology allows the replication of the physical world and its transformation into a virtual environment and<br>can be used to monitor the progress of a project and quickly compare whether the construction follows the design<br>plan, ensuring quality control and highlighting any problems.</p> 2022-12-02T00:00:00+01:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Il City Information Modeling (CIM) nelle piattaforme decisionali urbane 2022-12-02T18:15:00+01:00 Renzo Carlucci <p>To evaluate how the CIM contributes to improving public services and the quality of life of citizens, studies conducted by some authors have analyzed the international standard ISO 37120 - Sustainable cities and communities - Indicators for<br>city services and quality of life and City Information Modeling (CIM) data that can be used to obtain useful data for ISO indicators 37120. The CIM paradigm, understood as an approach to a global model of the city, must absolutely be formed<br>by the incorporation of BIM models of buildings that have a geographical insertion in the reference system in use. In this way all the data relating to the cities will be available and attached to the georeferenced representations of the buildings present<br>in the CIM database.</p> 2022-12-02T00:00:00+01:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Dall’OpenBIM allo ScanToBIM 2022-12-02T17:56:49+01:00 Renzo Carlucci 2022-12-02T00:00:00+01:00 Copyright (c) 2022