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Low-power laser scanning techniques provide a powerful tool for a diverse range of automatic inspection tasks. They are more suitable for high component feed rates, less sensitive to changes in ambient lighting and their output requires less processing power than CCD vision systems. In earlier papers [1,2], the authors have described typical automotive-related areas of application for laser scanning. The current paper describes recent work concerned with data capture and signal processing techniques necessary for fully automatic inspection systems with particular reference metal cutting machine tools.
|Title of host publication||31st International Symposium on Automotive Technology and Automation|
|Publisher||Automotive Automation Ltd|
|Number of pages||8|
|Publication status||Published - Jun 1998|
|Event||31st International Symposium on Automotive Technology and Automation - Düsseldorf, Germany|
Duration: 2 Jun 1998 → 5 Jun 1998
|Conference||31st International Symposium on Automotive Technology and Automation|
|Abbreviated title||ISATA ‘98|
|Period||2/06/98 → 5/06/98|
- automotive technology
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- 2 Finished
1/01/90 → 31/12/92
Project: Project at former HEIFile