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5 October 2006 MOMS: multi-optical mine detection system: project overview
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The objective of this paper is to present the Swedish land mine and UXO detection project "Multi Optical Mine Detection System", MOMS. The goal for MOMS is to provide knowledge and competence for fast detection of mines, especially surface laid mines. The first phase, with duration 2005-2009, is essentially a feasibility study which focuses on the possibilities and limitations of a multi-sensor system with both active and passive EO-sensors. Sensor concepts used, in different combinations or single, includes 3-D imaging, retro reflection detection, multi-spectral imaging, thermal imaging, polarization and fluorescence. The aim of the MOMS project is presented and research and investigations carried out during the first years will be described.
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Anna Linderhed, Stefan Sjökvist, Ove Steinvall, Dietmar Letalick, Gustav Tolt, Tomas Chevalier, Sten Nyberg, Håkan Larsson, Magnus Uppsäll, and Dennis Menning "MOMS: multi-optical mine detection system: project overview", Proc. SPIE 6395, Electro-Optical and Infrared Systems: Technology and Applications III, 639503 (5 October 2006); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.690379
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