Effects of the incidence angle and surface type on the LiDAR intensity value

Yu Tien Wu, Chi-Kuei Wang

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摘要

Light Detection and Ranging is an active system, that measures distance by emitting a laser beam to the ground surface and then receiving the reflected signal. The incident angle of the laser beam and the surface type, in addition to its range and atmospheric effects, affect the received signal. Recent studies have utilized the intensity information of airborne LiDAR data for classification. However, such information was not fully explored because these studies only employed single flight lines. Typical airborne LiDAR data consist of multiple flight lines with varying overlaps (40%-60%); this condition implies that a significant portion of the ground objects can be measured from two different viewing aspects (each from adjacent flight lines). The intensity measurements obtained from different viewing aspects can be utilized to exploit the bi-directional reflectance distribution function property of the ground surface for classification. We employed the Rahman-Pinty-Verstraete model to investigate the effects of incident angle and surface type on intensity data, which were obtained with an Optech ALTM Pegasus airborne laser scanner with 60% overlap.

原文English
出版狀態Published - 2014 一月 1
事件35th Asian Conference on Remote Sensing 2014: Sensing for Reintegration of Societies, ACRS 2014 - Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar
持續時間: 2014 十月 272014 十月 31

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Other35th Asian Conference on Remote Sensing 2014: Sensing for Reintegration of Societies, ACRS 2014
國家Myanmar
城市Nay Pyi Taw
期間14-10-2714-10-31

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Computer Networks and Communications

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    Wu, Y. T., & Wang, C-K. (2014). Effects of the incidence angle and surface type on the LiDAR intensity value. 論文發表於 35th Asian Conference on Remote Sensing 2014: Sensing for Reintegration of Societies, ACRS 2014, Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar.