Minimising Street Works Disruption: An Overview of the VISTA Project
ISBN: 1 84057 567 0
VISTA is a four year joint project with a consortium of partners. UKWIR is the lead co-ordinating partner with Leeds and Nottingham Universities providing the reserach input. In addition there are over 20 utility and other sector partners. The object of the project was to 'research techniques to enhance and integrate existing legacy asset information, together with dynamically acquired accurately geo-referenced data in the street and develop novel techniques to display the resulting knowledge to digging teams and network planners appropriately'. This report describes work carried out by the two main research oorganisations; the School of Computing at the University of Leeds and the Institute of Engineering Surveying and Space Geodesy (IESSG) at the University of Nottingham as well as the field trials of the outputs, and provides an overview of the project.
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