linescan

linescan

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The device for scanning successive narrow strips of the ground to produce a picture of the terrain over which the aircraft is flying. An active optical linescan uses an airborne illuminating device such as a laser, whereas a passive optical linescan uses natural daylight and infrared radiation from the ground.
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The new Mycronic MY200 pick-and-place machine has a high speed HYDRA placement head, plus a high-resolution linescan vision system for on-the-fly component inspection.
Its sensor interface permits the flexible use of contact and optical sensors, including the new ZEISS LineScan sensor.
Currently, the US Air Force Defense Meteorological Satellite Program (DMSP) Operational Linescan System (OLS) is the only sensor that collects global outdoor nighttime lights data.
The new additions to the infrared camera range include both area scan and linescan models together with a choice of vision data transfer interfaces and a rich array of features.
Indeed, building the 3D image of a surface is possible using either a sweeping beam (whiskbroom imaging), a linescan camera (pushbroom imaging) or a classical staring array camera (raster imaging).
Air Force Defense Meteorological Satellite Program Operation Linescan System (DMSP-OLS) images to characterize LAN exposures (15).
On the right side is a corresponding oxygen-18 linescan which was generated by drawing a vertical line from the top of the map through to the bottom and then plotting the pixel count value at each linescan point.
The newly adopted name and united website reflects the company's focus on optics technology for LED and Laser Systems, Linescan Illumination and Laser Diodes and unites the strengths and expertise of the two subsidiaries.
It uses high-resolution linescan camera technology to image 100 percent of the print produced at speeds as great at 1,000 feet per minute.
To address this issue an AGA 782 SW thermal imaging camera has been modified, such that it runs in a linescan mode and data are collected using a high speed digitiser to allow capture rates of 2500 lines per second.
The SEM and EDX linescan analysis reveals that immersing ash particles into sulfate containing recirculation water causes sulfur compounds (obviously in the form CaSO4) to concentrate on the surface layer (Fig.