optical radar

optical radar

[′äp·tə·kəl ′rā‚där]
(engineering)
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Each state's planes flying under the treaty are equipped with optical radar sensors to gather imagery that can be shared among all member states.
Washington, June 4 (ANI): An innovative optical radar system has been developed by Ben-Gurion University of the Negev students that helps blind people manoeuvre around obstacles.
JDSU said that in addition to micromachining, picosecond lasers are used for technology applications related to microsurgery, robotics, biological warfare detection and high-precision optical radar.
7mph and monitors traffic up to six metres in front of the car with the help of an optical radar system integrated into the upper part of the windscreen.
Volvo's City Safety system is active up to 30 km/h and keeps a watchful eye on traffic up to six meters in front of the car with the help of an optical radar system integrated into the upper part of the windscreen.
The system, which uses optical radar, runs a calculation 50 times a second to determine what braking speed is needed to avoid a collision.
Wilkinson, Optical radar using a corner reflector on the moon, J.
The airport weather sensor relies on advanced signal processing algorithms and eye-safe light detection and ranging optical radar.

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