Emmanuel Moisan

Emmanuel Moisan
Institut national de l’information géographique et forestière | IGN

PhD
Supervisor in mobile mapping

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Additional affiliations
September 2018 - present
Armines
Position
  • Research Associate
September 2017 - August 2018
National Institute of Applied Science
Position
  • Research Associate

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Publications (14)
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en This paper introduces an original method for modelling in 3D the full tube (both vault and canal) of navigable tunnels using data acquired dynamically from a boat. The recording system is composed of cameras that provide images of the vault and a multibeam echo sounder that acquires 3D profiles underwater. Reconstructing partially submerged stru...
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Le présent article décrit l'implémentation d'une méthode de pré-location décimétrique d'images au sein de grands volumes de données dans des tunnels navigables et routiers. Elle repose sur une technique d'odométrie visuelle simplifiée, ce qui la rend rapide et facile à mettre en oeuvre. Cette méthode permet de structurer les données afin d'améliore...
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This paper presents the work accomplished in order to digitize and model the Winter Garden of the Earthenware Museum at Sarreguemines (Moselle, France). The objectives were to create a digital archive of this cultural heritage place and to find appropriate ways of promoting it. Topographic, photogrammetric and lasergrammetric methods were used to m...
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Mechanical Sonar Scanning (MSS) is a recent technology that allows sonar to be used for static measurements in the same way as Terrestrial Laser Scanners (TLS), which makes it an attractive tool for underwater infrastructure surveys. Nevertheless, the metrological capabilities of this type of device have been little explored in the literature, part...
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L'objectif de la thèse est de développer une méthode de modélisation 3D des tunnels canaux en service, afin de les documenter de manière précise. Le levé des structures est effectué en dynamique depuis un bateau, avec un ensemble de caméras au-dessus de l'eau et un sonar pour la partie immergée. La construction du modèle 3D doit combiner des donnée...
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This contribution introduces an original method for dynamically surveying the vault and underwater parts of a canal-tunnel for 3D modeling. The recording system, embedded on a barge, is composed of cameras that provide images of the above-water part of the tunnel, and a sonar that acquires underwater 3D profiles. In this contribution we propose to...
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Mechanical Scanning Sonar (MSS) is a promising technology for surveying underwater environments. Such devices are comprised of a multibeam echosounder attached to a pan & tilt positioner, that allows sweeping the scene in a similar way as Terrestrial Laser Scanners (TLS). In this paper, we report on the experimental assessment of a recent MSS, name...
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In this paper, we focus on the construction of a full 3D model of a canal tunnel by combining terrestrial laser (for its above-water part) and sonar (for its underwater part) scans collected from static acquisitions. The modeling of such a structure is challenging because the sonar device is used in a narrow environment that induces many artifacts....
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Maintaining canal tunnels is not only a matter of cultural and historical preservation, but also a commercial necessity and a security issue. This contribution adresses the problem of building a full 3D reference model of a canal tunnel by merging SONAR (for underwater data recording) and LASER data (for the above-water parts). Although both scanni...
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Abstract. The archaeological cave « Les Fraux » (Saint-Martin-de-Fressengeas, Dordogne) forms a great network of galleries, characterized by the exceptional richness of its archaeological Bronze Age remains such as domestic fireplaces, ceramic and metal deposits, fingerings incised in the clayey-walls. The cave has been closed according to the coll...
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The archaeological cave « Les Fraux » (Saint-Martin-de-Fressengeas, Dordogne) forms a great network of galleries, characterized by the exceptional richness of its archaeological Bronze Age remains such as domestic fireplaces, ceramic and metal deposits, fingerings incised in the clayey-walls. The cave has been closed according to the collapse of it...

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