laser tracking

laser tracking

[′lā·zər ¦trak·iŋ]
(engineering)
Determination of the range and direction of a target by echoed coherent light.
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Moreover, manufacturers are increasingly integrating advanced technological features such as enhanced GPS and laser tracking attributes to offer high precision measurements.
The specialized video camera within the Sniper Pod supports weapons targeting, ground visual surveillance, and two-colour laser tracking; among other functions.
Brett Green, sales and marketing director from Hexagon, said: "Combining the relative benefits of automation, combined with our laser tracking technology, can bring real benefits to processes where both point and path-following accuracy is important.
• Track-on-Glass Sensor — The high-definition sensor offers users the ultimate control with laser tracking of hand movements on even the most difficult surfaces, including glass, to allow for peak performance and increased productivity.
Laser tracking and a self-controlled robot enables X-Scan to automate inspection following the weld run.
Laser Tracking System Hexagon Metrology has launched the latest generation of the Leica T-Scan.
At the beginning, people normally used open-loop methods with high precision equipment to measure the robot end-effector pose, such as coordinate measurement machines [4] and laser tracking system [5].
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The car also includes GPS, stereo cameras, radar and light detection and ranging laser tracking. Toyota hopes its technologies will one day lead to a fully autonomous car and that its developments will enhance the skills of the driver, believing a more skillful driver is a safer driver.
Just yesterday, we received information about Nissan working on the Leaf driverless vehicle concept (Read about it here), which also includes a host of laser tracking systems and sensors to assist in similar features that aim to reduce road accidents and fatalities.
Each pixel was transmitted by a laser pulse, with the pulse being fired in one of 4,096 possible time slots during a brief time window allotted for laser tracking. The complete image was transmitted at a data rate of about 300 bits per second.