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Vorträge und Posterpräsentationen (mit Tagungsband-Eintrag):

C. Walter, H. Schweinzer, G. Kaniak:
"Improvements on the Robustness of Ultrasonic Bearing Measurement Methods";
Vortrag: Sensor+Test Conference, Nürnberg, Deutschland; 07.06.2011 - 09.06.2011; in: "Sensor+Test Conferences 2011", (2011), ISBN: 978-3-9810993-9-3; S. 193 - 198.



Kurzfassung englisch:
Scene analysis has become an important part of ultrasonic research due to its broad applicability in industrial applications, robotics, supervising and other fields. Some reasons why ultrasonic analysis is so attractive for these applications is the inherent reduction of data, high insensitivity to dust or foggy atmosphere and low cost of the sensors. Over time a lot of different methods have evolved which are distinguished by the number of sensors, by targeting 2D or 3D scene analysis and by the type of additional information they employ like distance, object type, polar- and azimuth angle. The method presented is special in the sense that it requires only one transmitter and receiver but is still able to perform localization in a 3D environment. This works shows improvements to the existing system.

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