26 June 2017 Investigation of the relative orientation of the system of optical sensors to monitor the technosphere objects
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In connection with the development of robotics have become increasingly popular variety of three-dimensional reconstruction of the system mapping and image-set received from the optical sensors. The main objective of technical and robot vision is the detection, tracking and classification of objects of the space in which these systems and robots operate [15,16,18]. Two-dimensional images sometimes don’t contain sufficient information to address those or other problems: the construction of the map of the surrounding area for a route; object identification, tracking their relative position and movement; selection of objects and their attributes to complement the knowledge base. Three-dimensional reconstruction of the surrounding space allows you to obtain information on the relative positions of objects, their shape, surface texture. Systems, providing training on the basis of three-dimensional reconstruction of the results of the comparison can produce two-dimensional images of three-dimensional model that allows for the recognition of volume objects on flat images. The problem of the relative orientation of industrial robots with the ability to build threedimensional scenes of controlled surfaces is becoming actual nowadays.
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Andrey Petrochenko, Andrey Petrochenko, Igor Konyakhin, Igor Konyakhin, } "Investigation of the relative orientation of the system of optical sensors to monitor the technosphere objects", Proc. SPIE 10329, Optical Measurement Systems for Industrial Inspection X, 103294H (26 June 2017); doi: 10.1117/12.2271745; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2271745


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