time of flight


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time of flight

In artillery, mortar, and naval gunfire support, the time in seconds from the instant a weapon is fired, launched, or released from the delivery vehicle or weapons system to the instant it strikes or detonates.
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This acquisition represents a transfer of certain of Fotonic i Norden AB, including about 35 engineering experts in the field of LiDAR and time of flight cameras, important sensors for autonomous driving.
Johan Lofvenholm, president Autoliv Electronics, said, 'LiDAR and Time of Flight cameras are important sensors to make autonomous driving a reality.
Time of flight is measured in hours when you're doing that.
The 25HP Plus makes thickness, material velocity and time of flight measurements on materials such as composites, rubber and plastics that are difficult or impossible to measure using standard ultrasonic gauges.
The Mary Reveley-trained Time Of Flight, a winner over hurdles at Newcastle in March, can make a winning switch to fences in the Belhaven Best Novices' Chase (2.
Foregoing the usual hydraulic and mechanical measurement methods, the Boltscan system relies on an ultrasonic "pulse-echo" technique, which senses tiebar stretch from changes in a sound wave's time of flight through the metal.
The mass, if it exists, can be estimated from the time of flight between SN 1987A and earth.