Design of a scanning laser range finder for 3D robot vision

M. Manninen, R. Ahola, H. Ailisto, H. Hakalahti, T. Heikkinen

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Abstract

A design of an optical sensor for modeling a large object of metal is described. The sensor is based on a time of flight scanning range finder. A raw 512 times 512 range image created by the sensor is compressed into a form suitable for robot path planning. The scene analysis is realized by a dynamic split and merge method. Preliminary results of the early stages of the design are presented.-Authors

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationImage Science '85 Proceedings
Pages122-125
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 1985
MoE publication typeA4 Article in a conference publication
EventImage Science '85 - Helsinki, Finland
Duration: 11 Jun 198514 Jun 1985

Publication series

NameActa Polytechnica Scandinavica, Applied Physics Series
Number150

Conference

ConferenceImage Science '85
CountryFinland
CityHelsinki
Period11/06/8514/06/85

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Manninen, M., Ahola, R., Ailisto, H., Hakalahti, H., & Heikkinen, T. (1985). Design of a scanning laser range finder for 3D robot vision. In Image Science '85 Proceedings (pp. 122-125). Acta Polytechnica Scandinavica, Applied Physics Series, No. 150
Manninen, M. ; Ahola, R. ; Ailisto, H. ; Hakalahti, H. ; Heikkinen, T. / Design of a scanning laser range finder for 3D robot vision. Image Science '85 Proceedings. 1985. pp. 122-125 (Acta Polytechnica Scandinavica, Applied Physics Series; No. 150).
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Manninen M, Ahola R, Ailisto H, Hakalahti H, Heikkinen T. Design of a scanning laser range finder for 3D robot vision. In Image Science '85 Proceedings. 1985. p. 122-125. (Acta Polytechnica Scandinavica, Applied Physics Series; No. 150).