laser radar


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laser radar

n.
See lidar.
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Chapter 1 introduces the reader to the laser radar theory, which includes the range equation, range equation dependence on the target area, noise power considerations, receiver detection techniques, background noise, receiver noise and signal terms.
To consolidate space, the newly developed laser radar features a simpler laser beam generation mechanism than previous versions.
The network combines the information received by the helicopter's sensors and the laser radar with the information generated by the ground vehicle.
Laser radar (or LADAR) technology has benefited greatly from this increased interest.
Infrared, optical and ultraviolet regions of the frequency spectrum have been considered as possible choices for laser radar systems.
Our breakthrough sensor and display technology uses laser radar to help pilots fly, land and take off in degraded visual environments, with emphasis on brownout, cable warning and obstacle avoidance, said Buck Burns, president of H.
Under the acronym CLARA (Compact [CO.sub.2] Laser Radar System), Britain and France are to collaborate on the development of a stealthy laser radar suitable for both fixed-wing and helicopter applications.
The system is equipped with radars, laser radar (Ladar), acoustic sensors and unmanned land sensors.
As with the civil version of the SferiSense helicopter laser radar system, MilOWS the military version is designed for use in helicopters.
While driving at speeds of less than approximately 30km/h, the City-Brake Active System gives audio and visual warnings to the driver when the system recognizes a high risk of collision by the laser radar installed in the upper part of front windshield in order to support the avoidance and to mitigate the level of damage of an accident.
This is the first of such technologies to be trialled has been Nikon Metrology's Laser Radar - a long stand-off laser measurement system, capable of accuracies of better than a hundredth of a millimetre, over distances of several meters.
Responds to vehicles and pedestrians via camera and laser radar. The Adaptive Cruise Control System [ACC] maintains a selected distance between your vehicle and the car ahead via radar for greater safety and peace of mind.