Abstract

Building construction is the subject of various factors and their consequences must be regularly monitored; this can be carried out in the form of control measurements or monitoring. This article aims to show the usability of geodetic non-contact methods in defining the dynamic response of structures. The lamella on which various methods for monitoring the dynamic response was used for simulation; the emphasis is on a modern geodetic method using a Robotic Total Station (RTS). To determine the dynamic response, the algorithm for the determination of the harmonic oscillation┬┤s average amplitude and the methods of the spectral analysis of the sampled data is further described. The results obtained with the RTS method have shown a high level of reliability for the determination of dynamic response.

Key words: geodesy, engineering geodesy, civil engineering, dynamic response of the structure, robotic total station