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The accuracy of Digital Models for Road Design
Šafář, Václav

Source: Geoinformatics for Intelligent Transportation : s.241 - 246. ISSN: 1863-2246

Publication type: sbornikove prispevky
Extent6 stran

The paper presents majority of current methods for digital terrain models (DTM) measuring and basic requirements of traffic engineers on accuracy in the process of road design and construction. Conventional geodetic surveying methods are described as well as modern non-contact methods of the ground surface measurement, e.g. the laser scanning measurements from cars. When designing new road infrastructure, all the requirements of the environmental impact assessment imposed by the European Union must be taken into account. In connection with the application of Directive 2011 /92/ EU of the European Parliament saying that all newly constructed multi-lane roads must go through an intense impact on the environment and it also includes repairs of existing roads of more than 10 km length. Calculations of the horizontal and vertical road centreline determine the three-dimensional physical location of a road considering operational, economic and environmental requirements. The density and accur.

Citation: ŠAFÁŘ, Václav. The accuracy of Digital Models for Road Design. In: Geoinformatics for Intelligent Transportation. Printforce, the Netherlands: Springer International Publishing Switzerland, 2015, 241 - 246. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-11463-7_17. ISBN 978-3-319-11462-0. ISSN 1863-2246.

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