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Abstract. Utility poles located along roads play a key role in road safety and planning as well as communications and electricity distribution. In this regard, new sensing technologies such as Mobile Terrestrial Laser Scanner (MTLS) could be an efficient method to detect utility poles and other planimetric objects along roads. However, due to the vast amount of data collected by MTLS in the form of a point cloud, automated techniques are required to extract objects from this data. This studydoi:10.5194/isprs-archives-xlii-4-w18-1001-2019 fatcat:yf4hsh3x2zb6zcoi7bbiueghwi