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Title Y. K. Kim, Y. Kim, Y. S. Jung, I. G. Jang, K. S. Kim, S. Kim, B. M. Kwak, "Developing accurate long-distance 6-DOF motion detection with one-dimensional laser sensors: three-beam detection system," IEEE Trans. Ind. Electron., vol. 60, no. 8, pp. 33, 2012.
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Abstract:


Strong demands for accurate long-range 6-DOF motion sensors have been arising for the purposes of navigation and object tracking in maritime transportation. Up to now, high-end sensors such as a differential global positioning system, laser tracker, and motion-capture camera have been utilized for long-distance sensing in spite of their high cost. In this paper, we developed a long-range motion-sensing system with the combination of low-cost sensors including infrared markers, three 1-D laser sensors, and vision cameras. A proposed sensing system, referred to as the three-beam detector, can measure the 6-DOF motion of a dynamic target, even in an outdoor environment, without any prior knowledge of the initial condition of the target. Through various static and dynamic experiments, the three-beam detector is validated to have the accuracy of 3 mm at a 30-m distance.

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