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The Scientific Journal of Vehicles and Roads

Abstract

The article focuses on observations, spatial-coordinate data and laser scanning data to prevent or predict the risk of dangerous geological processes, all of the data obtained in GPS receivers are copied to a table and then horizontal and vertical landslides are generated in graphs. With the help of laser scanners, along with this information, a topographic plan and a 3D model of the avalanche site are created. The 3D model of the site, on the other hand, shows the avalanche section up to and from each avalanche crack. The above information is in the exact avalanche section and is the main research work of the article.

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