Ayman Habib

Dr Ayman F. Habib is a professor at the Lyles School of Civil Engineering at Purdue University in the USA, co-director of the Civil Engineering Center for Applications of UAS for a Sustainable Environment (CE-CAUSE), and associate director of the Joint Transportation Research Program (JTRP). His research interests span the fields of terrestrial and aerial mobile mapping systems, modelling the perspective geometry of non-traditional imaging scanners, automatic matching and change detection, automatic calibration of low-cost digital cameras, object recognition in imagery and point cloud data, Lidar mapping, and integrating photogrammetric data with other sensors/datasets (e.g. GNSS/INS, GIS databases, multispectral and hyperspectral sensors, and Lidar). Dr Habib has authored more than 350 publications and has served as an editorial board member for several national and international journals in the field of geomatics and civil engineering.


Lidar-based Mobile Mapping for Accurate Documentation of Work Zones along Transportation Corridors

Mobility of people and goods plays an important role in providing economic and social opportunities and benefits. Improving the efficiency and safety of transportation corridors is critical for realising such benefits. Therefore, maintaining and expanding such infrastructure are among the key priori... (read more)