19 September 2001 Eye-safe laser radar 3D imaging
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The progenitor for the Advanced Scientific Concepts, Inc. eye-safe 3D imaging system is a non-eye-safe, flash, 3D imaging ladar system, which was successfully tested by the authors in 9.98. This paper reviews the design of the original flash ladar system and presented 3D images taken with the system. In light of this original design, flash ladar eye-safe technologies are reviewed and a particular design is chosen as the most feasible for lightweight, low volume and low power applications. Data is presented from an advanced-design system.
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Roger Stettner, Roger Stettner, Howard Bailey, Howard Bailey, Richard D. Richmond, Richard D. Richmond, } "Eye-safe laser radar 3D imaging", Proc. SPIE 4377, Laser Radar Technology and Applications VI, (19 September 2001); doi: 10.1117/12.440125; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.440125


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