Furnished Interiors Modeling with Laser Scanners and RFID

Antonio Adán, Enrique Valero

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It is known that laser scanners can provide accurate, dense and raw 3D data of large scenarios but, in order to obtain a representative 3D model of the scene, such information needs to be hardly processed. This research field, named automatic construction of building models, is a challenging topic which is has been progressing over the last five years. This paper presents an overview that covers all of our research in this field. Our method follows a sequential 3D data processing strategy composed by multiple algorithms which aim to obtain a 3D basic model on furnished interiors. The approach computes a Boundary Representation Model (B-Rep) of the scene and, with the help of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technologies, is able to recognize and precisely place pieces of furniture into the B-Rep model, thus generating a simplified accurate semantic 3D model of the inhabited interior. Extended experimentation of the method has been carried out in real scenarios with laser scanner data yielding encouraging results.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Dec 2014
EventSecond International Conference on 3D Vision - Tokyo, Japan
Duration: 8 Dec 201411 Dec 2014


ConferenceSecond International Conference on 3D Vision


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