Event Title

3D Photogrammetric Model of Business Property in Statesboro for Future Modifications/Additions

Location

Virtual

Faculty Mentors

Dr. Gustavo Maldonado and Dr. Marcel Maghiar

Course Name

CENG 4539 (Sr Project) and TCM 4530 (Sr Project)

Session Type

Undergraduate Poster Presentation

Presentation Type and Release Option

Presentation (Open Access)

Start Date

14-4-2020 2:30 PM

Description

This work consists in a service project employing close-range photogrammetry to generate a three-dimensional, point-cloud model of a 4.7-acre commercial site, including two buildings of El Sombrero Restaurant, at 879 Buckhead Drive, Statesboro, GA. It is authored by two groups of Senior-Project students, one majoring in Civil/Construction Engineering and other in Construction Management, at Georgia Southern University. They completed this work as a service-learning project during the Fall-2019 academic term. The final model is donated to the owner of the mentioned restaurant to be used as a free and accurate virtual surveying tool to assist in the design of future modifications/additions to the existing structure, topography and surrounding parking areas. The resulting model could also serve as a marketing resource for the business. This project allowed students to learn state-of-the art techniques and, at the same time, provided them with opportunities to serve a member of the local community.

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Apr 14th, 2:30 PM

3D Photogrammetric Model of Business Property in Statesboro for Future Modifications/Additions

Virtual

This work consists in a service project employing close-range photogrammetry to generate a three-dimensional, point-cloud model of a 4.7-acre commercial site, including two buildings of El Sombrero Restaurant, at 879 Buckhead Drive, Statesboro, GA. It is authored by two groups of Senior-Project students, one majoring in Civil/Construction Engineering and other in Construction Management, at Georgia Southern University. They completed this work as a service-learning project during the Fall-2019 academic term. The final model is donated to the owner of the mentioned restaurant to be used as a free and accurate virtual surveying tool to assist in the design of future modifications/additions to the existing structure, topography and surrounding parking areas. The resulting model could also serve as a marketing resource for the business. This project allowed students to learn state-of-the art techniques and, at the same time, provided them with opportunities to serve a member of the local community.