1 June 1992 Low-cost hand-held lidar system for automotive speed detection and law enforcement
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A low cost, handheld lidar or laser range finder (LRF) system based on a GaAs laser diode was developed for automotive speed detection and law enforcement. The innovative lidar incorporates a head up display (HUD) to provide both an aiming reticle and data display of range and/or velocity. The design of this eyesafe lidar system is based on shared aperture optics, a pulsed high power Gallium Arsenide laser diode and a proprietary 'telephoto' HUD that allows the use of off the shelf displays. An embedded processor continuously computes range and velocity using a special algorithm optimized for the system.
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Mark A. Samuels, Mark A. Samuels, Scott W. Patterson, Scott W. Patterson, Jonathan A. Eppstein, Jonathan A. Eppstein, Richard L. Fowler, Richard L. Fowler, } "Low-cost hand-held lidar system for automotive speed detection and law enforcement", Proc. SPIE 1633, Laser Radar VII: Advanced Technology for Applications, (1 June 1992); doi: 10.1117/12.59216; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.59216
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