laser radar


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laser radar

[′lā·zər ‚rā‚där]
(optics)
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DENSO's laser radar will be used for technologies (1), (2) and (3), to detect obstacles in front of the vehicle.
The cruising missile uses a three-dimensional laser radar seeker m search large areas, acquire targets, and identify targets.
The airborne remote sensing data acquisition methods that will be applied are LiDAR airborne laser radar (land and near shore bathymetry), high resolution digital photography and airborne geophysics, with a planned commencement in September 2015 and completion by March 2016.
The network combines the information received by the helicopter's sensors and the laser radar with the information generated by the ground vehicle.
Bill Caven looks into the future of the globe-trotting motor show and sees a vision of motoring heaven, where cars can send e-mail, use laser radar, store Jetskis in secret compartments and even wear a grin
The project was created to fill the need of the Department of Defense (DoD) for directional infrared countermeasures (DIRCM), advanced stand-off chemical sensors and Laser Radar (LADAR).
This original synergy shall provide a laser radar instrument (LIDAR) operating at unprecedented speeds (1 MHz refresh rate), capable to retrieve information from a target in multiple dimensions (amplitude, phase and polarization) simultaneously.
Some subjects covered are intelligent cruise control, macroscopic analysis of traffic flow automated vehicles, test methods and results for sensors in a pre-crash detection system, a method for radar-based target tracking in non-uniform road conditions, and target vehicle detection using scanning laser radar.
In the EW realm, Alliant manufactures the AN/AAR-47 missile warner, laser radar (including a recently developed solid-state system), the Mobile Ground-to-Air Radar Jamming System, GPS receivers with the Selective Availability Anti-Spoofing Module, and precision munitions.
The book introduces the reader to laser radar systems in a clear and logical way by examining sensor capability across the entire electromagnetic spectrum.
Burns high-resolution imaging laser radar with Lockheed Martin s more than 40 years of experience in pilotage and sensor systems, the team will work toward developing affordable solutions that improve pilots spatial orientation and situational awareness.
The system combines laser radar technology with a precision scanning mechanism and control and display software, Bruce Gretz of the firm's marketing department told R&D.