laser radar


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laser radar

n.
See lidar.
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The Toyota Safety Sense C package features three proprietary active safety technologies, and combines a camera and laser radar for outstanding performance and reliability.
This system is intended to design a low-cost 3D laser radar information collection system, specific studies are as follows:
The company's laser radar jammers are widely welcome by customers in Taiwan, China, the U.
An updated VDI has added many new non-contact measurement and automation controls for the Nikon Metrology Laser Radar, enabling this sophisticated metrology device to perform at its highest level.
Laser radar will be tested in dust at Yuma this summer, but whatever the sensor, the Sandblaster technology is intended for the new UH-60M with digital cockpit and flyby-wire controls.
The new findings indicate that ground-based laser radar can detect volcanic ash in atmospheric concentrations far below those that would cause damage to aircraft, says Dean.
Its precision laser radar system can prevent the robots from bumping into one another or other obstacles and avoid traffic congestion, according to the electronics maker.
At China Lake, the bill provides $3 million for an electronic warfare simulator and $1 million for a laser radar program.
Photometric applications include rangefinders, laser radar and spatial light transmission.
Jeffrey Woffinden, who, as the noncommissioned officer in charge of laser radar support at Hanscom Air Force Base.
it is capable of searching a large area using a laser radar (LADAR) seeker with automatic target recognition.
Consequently, the method used to easily measure deflections remotely is a laser radar system that precisely measures the distance to a remote target.