Uk / RuEn

Trajan’s Wall


Point Cloud


LiDAR Post-processing scans

Time devoted to the project:

Fieldwork — 2 hours Post-processing — 2 days Total time — 4 days
Trajan’s Wall

Project objective

According to one version, its name comes from the name of the Roman emperor Trajan, who lived in the first century. It was built in the third century AD. This embankment stretches for about 125 kilometers. The ramparts themselves are the remains of defensive structures, fortifications, guard camps, and houses. At one time, it was a whole structure of defensive structures, which amazes archaeologists with its length.

About the object

Conduct a UAV LiDAR survey and provide point cloud data for further opportunities to create a digital terrain model. This has helped archaeologists study this cultural heritage.

Work results

Uncolored point cloud

Point cloud model themed by elevation or classification

Point cloud of the canopy

Point Cloud

Point cloud in elevation mode