A method for three-dimensional reconstruction of a train accident scene using photographs

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Authors: Tang, Z., Nie, Y.Y., Chang, J. and Zhang, J.J.

http://eprints.bournemouth.ac.uk/30135/

Journal: Civil-Comp Proceedings

Volume: 110

ISSN: 1759-3433

© Civil-Comp Press, 2016. Railway accidents that usually cause numerous property and life losses occurred in recent years all around the world. In general, resources such as financial supports and incident rescue programs are required to minimize the losses after an accident. Due to lack of comprehensive information collected from accident sites, most railway emergency management departments face a predicament in setting up rescue schemes. To tackle the issue, realistic three-dimensional virtual accident scene reconstruction technology is developed, which provides and visualises supplementary materials and information about a train accident and can offer assistance to emergency crews when making decisions. We propose a photo-based three-dimensional reconstruction framework of vehicles for measuring the positions and poses of carriages involved in an accident. We implement and examine two case studies to validate this reconstruction method, which performs well in the assigned tasks.

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