USS Pampanito Submarine, United States of America


General Attributes
DOI10.26301/qdpd-2250
Project NameUSS Pampanito Submarine
CountryUnited States of America
StatusPublished
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Data Bounds (approx.)

Data Types

Data Type Size Device Name Device Type
LiDAR - Terrestrial4.0 GBTopcon GLS2000 , Leica P16 Pulsed Precise Scan , Time of Flight Scanner
Photogrammetry - Aerial2.1 GB3D Robotics Not available
Background
Site DescriptionUSS Pampanito made six patrols in the Pacific during World War II during which she sank six Imperial Japanese ships and damaged four others. Operated by the Maritime Park Association, Pampanito hosts over 100,000 visitors a year and is one of the most popular historic vessels in the country. In addition to day time visitors, over 1,500 kids a year participate in Pampanito's educational day and overnight programs. Pampanito is a National Historic Landmark.
Project DescriptionUSS Pampanito was towed to Bay Ship & Yacht shipyard and raised out of the water in a dry dock for repairs. On Friday, November 11, 2016 the submarine was scanned. Our goal was to create a baseline scan for future comparison, to inform future repairs, to compare to her builders drawings, and to facilitate interpretation and research.
Additional InformationLearn more
Collection DateN/A
Publication Date2020-01-10
License TypeCC BY-NC-SA
Entities
ContributorsUSS Pampanito
CollectorsAutodesk , Topcon , 3D Robotics , USS Pampanito
FundersAutodesk , Topcon , 3D Robotics , USS Pampanito , CyArk
PartnersN/A
Site AuthoritySan Francisco Maritime National Park Association
Citation
USS Pampanito 2020: USS Pampanito Submarine - LiDAR - Terrestrial , Photogrammetry - Aerial . Collected by Autodesk , Topcon , 3D Robotics , USS Pampanito . Distrubuted by Open Heritage 3D. https://doi.org/10.26301/qdpd-2250

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